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HBO actor stabbed at D.C. nightclub

Anwan “Big G” Glover, the actor who played gang member Slim Charles in the acclaimed HBO series “The Wire,” was stabbed at a D.C. nightclub […]

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Crime History, Aug. 21, 1911: Mona Lisa stolen in heist of the century

On this day, Aug. 21, in 1911, the Mona Lisa painting was stolen from a Paris museum in what has been described as the greatest art heist of the 20th century. Vincenzo Peruggia hid in a storeroom in the Lourve museum on a Sunday, knowing that the Paris museum would be closed on Monday. The next morning, […]

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Crime History, Aug. 20, 1971: FBI starts covert probe of journalist Daniel Schorr

On this day, Aug. 20, in 1971, the FBI began an investigation of CBS White House reporter Daniel Schorr.Schorr caught the ire of President Richard Nixon’s administration after he refused to retract a story about the president’s failure to set up a program to fund Catholic schools. The FBI started a background check on Schorr, interviewing […]

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Crime History, Aug. 18, 1988: Judge kills himself amid sex scandal allegations

On this day, Aug. 18, in 1988, a Washington judge shot himself just hours before the Seattle Post-Intelligencer published an article accusing him of sexually exploiting juvenile defendants who appeared before him. King County Superior Court Gary M. Little was admonished by a commission in 1991 for having inappropriate contact with three juvenile offenders, but the report […]

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Police seek defendant who walked out of armed robbery trial

A man on trial for the armed robbery of a Laurel liquor store apparently had a good idea which way the jury was leaning and decided to not stick around to hear the verdict. While the Prince George’s County jury deliberated his fate Tuesday, 40-year-old Michael Anderson slipped out of the Upper Marlboro courthouse and disappeared. Anderson’s hunch may […]

An unidentified Ohio man is facing charges after a YouTube video appeared showing him urinating on the Baltimore grave off former Ravens owner Art Modell.

Browns fan faces charge for urinating on Ravens owner’s grave

A Cleveland Browns fan will be prosecuted for urinating on the grave of Baltimore Ravens owner Art Modell. The charges came as a result of a YouTube posting in which a man is seen ripping off a Ravens team jersey to reveal a Browns jersey before using a catheter to whiz on to the mausoleum of the […]


Crime History, July 29, 1862: ‘Cleopatra’ of Civil War thrown in D.C. prison

On this day, July 29, in 1862, teenage Confederate spy Belle Boyd, “the Cleopatra of the Secession,” was arrested by Union troops and detained at the Old Capitol Prison in Washington, D.C.” Born May 1844 in Bunker Hill, Va. (now West Virginia), family lore has it that when she was excluded from an family discussion because she was too […]


Crime History, June 28, 1971: Daniel Ellsberg turns self in for leak of Pentagon Papers

On this day, June 28, in 1971, Daniel Ellsberg turned himself in to the United States government and admitted to leaking the Pentagon Papers. His surrender came two weeks after the New York Times had begun publishing excerpts of the secret history of the U.S. involvement in Vietnam showing that the American people had been deceived about the war. Ellsberg, […]

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Fred Davis turns self in on charges of assaulting his ex-girlfriend

Former Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis turned himself over to D.C. police after a warrant was issued for his arrest on charges of domestic violence simple assault. The arrest comes a day after police released information asking the public to help find Davis in connection with a incident at The Diner in Adams Morgan. According to […]

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Pork lobbyist arrested trying to enter Capitol with loaded gun

A South Carolina lobbyist was arrested Wednesday morning trying to enter the U.S. Capitol with a loaded gun. Capitol Police discovered a 9-mm Ruger handgun in a bag as Ronald William Prestage tried enter the Cannon House Office building. “A firearm was recovered as a result of an administrative search at the rotunda door of the Cannon […]

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Former Redskins Fred Davis wanted for domestic violence incident in Adams Morgan

D.C. police are searching for former  Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis, who is wanted for a domestic violence for an incident last month in Adams Morgan. According to police, Davis attacked the woman around The Diner at a popular 24-hour eatery, in the 2400 block of 18th Street NW. The incident happened around 3 […]

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John Walsh hopes to nab more bad guys with debut of ‘The Hunt’

John Walsh, whose groundbreaking television show “America’s Most Wanted” helped capture more than 1,200 fugitives, is starting a new show with CNN this week called “The Hunt.” The show’s aim is basically the same as the defunct “AMW:” Shine a white hot spotlight on the bad guys. “The Hunt” premieres 9 p.m., Sunday. The first show features Shane Miller, […]

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Crime History, July 9, 2000: Fugitive killer of DEA agent captured in Mexico

On this day, July 9, in 2000, FBI most wanted fugitive Agustin Vasquez-Mendoza was arrested for the murder of an undercover federal agent in Arizona that led to one of the most intense manhunts in recent U.S. and Mexican law enforcement history. Vasquez-Mendoza headed a Mexican gang that made and smuggled methamphetamine into the United States. In […]

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Gunman sought in Fairfax bank heist

The FBI has released surveillance photos of an armed robbery of a Fairfax bank, and authorities are asking the public for information that could lead to an arrest. It happened around 7 p.m., Thursday, at the TD Bank located at 11098 Fairfax Boulevard. A male subject entered the bank, approached the teller and demanded money while brandishing […]


Crime History, July 7, 1997: Three workers executed in Starbucks freezer in Georgetown

On this date, July 7, in 1997, three Starbucks workers were forced into a coffeehouse freezer and murdered in the District of Columbia. One of three victims nearly escaped, making it to the Georgetown sidewalk before the gunman wrestled her back inside.When the rampage ended, Caitry Mahoney, 25, Emory Evans, 25, and Aaron Goodrich, 18, were […]

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Another pedestrian killed near University of Maryland bar scene

A 21-year-old woman was killed in a hit-and-run in College Park this weekend, the third fatal pedestrian collision this year along a busy stretch of bars and restaurants near the University of Maryland campus. Janelle Marie Oni, a recent graduate of Salisbury University, was crossing Route 1 near Hartwick Road about 3 a.m. Sunday when she was struck […]