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Crime Alerts

October 25, 2009

Alert #1

Release Date 10/25/09

Incident:

On October 24, 2009 at approximately 7:30 p.m., DC Fire & EMS Service, and units of the Metropolitan Police Department responded to the area of 1300 block of Euclid Street, NW, for a report of an injured female. Preliminary investigation revealed that the victim was a Howard University female student walking in that area where two men were arguing with a third male subject. During the argument a gun was produced and fired by one of the suspects at the male subject missing him, but striking the victim once on one of her upper legs. The victim was transported to a local hospital for treatment. The Metropolitan Police department (MPD) is conducting an investigation.

Suspect’s Description:    #1- B/Male/16 -17 years of age/dark complexion/short hair wearing a black jacket, blue jeans pants/armed with a handgun/NFD.
                                        #2 – B/Male/16 – 17 years of age/dark complexion/shoulder length dread locks/wearing a blue jacket, and blue jeans/NFD.

Alert #2

Release Date 10/24/09

Incident:
On October 24, 2009 at approximately 2:30 am, Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) units were called to the area of 2nd Street and Elm Street N.W. for the sound of gunshots. MPD Units canvassed the area and located a crime scene in the 2200 block of 2nd Street where two adult victims were found suffering from gunshots wounds. Both victims were transported to local hospitals for treatment. MPD is continuing their investigation.

Alerts are sent by the Howard University Police Department.

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