Teenager Shot and Killed In Waldorf, Alleged Rockville Rapist Arrested, Kavanaugh FBI Investigation Wraps

Waldorf teen shot and killed

A Waldorf teen is dead. Shot down while standing on a residential street. Police are now searching for the killer or killers.  It happened around 8 o’clock Wednesday night. Police say 17-year-old Elisha Cole was among a group standing in front of a home in the eleven-thousand block of Wildmeadows Street in Waldorf when police say another group showed up and started shooting. Cole died at the scene. Police say possible witnesses left the scene once police arrived. Anyone with information is asked to contact police.

Man charged in Rockville sexual assault

Montgmery County police say they have the man that attacked a women Tuesday night in Rockville as she was walking home. 25-year-old Dustin Rogers faces first degree rape and assault charges. The victim told police she was walking alone in the area of West Gude Drive just before midnight after leaving the Shady Grove metro. She says Rogers grabbed her from behind, forced her into the woods, then beat and sexually assaulted her. Police say Rogers was already facing charges for allegedly assaulting his ex-girlfriend last week and then pulling a knife on her brother.

Kavanaugh FBI probe completed

The latest FBI probe of Brett Kavanaugh is done and submitted. It’s been reviewed by the Senate. Now Senate Republicans say the are ready to vote to confirm Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.  Hundreds opposing that confirmation were on the steps of the Supreme Court Thursday, raising their voices in protest.  The Senate could vote on Kavanaugh’s confirmation as early as Saturday.

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