U.S. CAPITAL — In the wake of a deadly shooting in Northeast DC on Thursday night, Metropolitan Police Department officers are looking for a red SUV with four people inside.
At approximately 7:16 p.m., detectives were dispatched to the 2700 block of 7th Street Northeast in reference to a shooting that had just taken place there. They arrived on the scene and found a man who had been shot. When police found him, he was unresponsive and not taking any breaths.
After the shooting, emergency responders took the man to a local hospital. Now that he’s been found, he’s officially dead.
Four people inside a red SUV are wanted by police for questioning in connection with the shooting. They say the suspect’s car was last seen in the 600 block of Franklin Street Northeast, traveling westbound.
Those who see the red car or have any information about its whereabouts are urged to contact the police at once.
A woman has been arrested by the Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office after months of investigation into allegations that she stole thousands of dollars from a Virginia Boy Scouts of America (BSA) troop.
On Tuesday, December 27th, police in Remington, Washington, arrested Michelle Clark, the person who had been designated as the troop’s official treasurer, on suspicion that she had stolen money from the group. Over the course of several months, the Sheriff’s Criminal Investigation Division (CID) reportedly uncovered suspicious financial transactions totaling over $7,000.
Release Of The Suspect In The Fatal Road Rage Shooting In DC’s Southeast
A judge in D.C. Superior Court ruled on Thursday that the man accused in a deadly road rage shooting on Wednesday in Southeast D.C. can be released from jail.
Anthony Williams, 44, of Gaithersburg, Maryland, was granted GPS monitoring and release from custody by the judge. Furthermore, he must take part in a program of intensive supervision.
Williams showed up to Thursday’s bond hearing. On Wednesday, D.C. police arrested Williams for a shooting that they believe was motivated by road rage in Southeast D.C. Williams was charged with second-degree murder while armed. The U.S. attorney for the District, however, did not include murder in the charges filed. Williams had his bond hearing for Pistol Possession without a Permit on Thursday.
On Wednesday, Williams was on his way to work when he was involved in a car accident. After the accident, Williams’ lawyer told the judge that his client had been “violently attacked” by the partner of the person driving the other car.
On Thursday Morning, FOX 5 Spoke With The Stepfather Of The Victim, 33-Year-Old Brooklyn Michael Lynn From Southeast D.C., Who Was Shot And Killed
Tyrone Weaks claimed ignorance of the full story, but the family maintains that Lynn did not deserve to die.
“My family’s car got hit, so you know who it was. For what, exactly, did his life end in death? That which I mean, you understand, right? He’s a father, and he’s got a big brood. Without their dad, they wouldn’t be who they are today. My wife, on the other hand, is dependent on her son “added Tyrone Weaks.
According to newly filed court documents from Thursday afternoon, Williams was driving a red Dodge on Good Hope Road SE near Naylor Rd. when he collided with a black Infinity that was exiting a parking lot. The incident occurred at approximately 2:45 p.m.
According to reliable reports, the Infinity’s female driver dialed her boyfriend’s number. It turned out to be Brooklyn Lynn, 33 years old.
According to the court documents, both a nearby surveillance camera and a witness saw Lynn arrive and, at one point, “hastily” approach Williams’ car, giving the impression that she was about to “aggressively” open Williams’ door.
A man was shot on Monday in southeast Calgary, and his condition is currently serious but stable.
At approximately 7:20 p.m., emergency services were dispatched to 11 Erin Woods Court S.E. due to reports of gunfire. They were redirected to northbound Deerfoot Trail, where the victim’s vehicle, a white Ford F-150, was located at the 16th Avenue N.E. interchange.
A police detail accompanied the male victim as he was taken by ambulance to Foothills hospital in critical condition. The victim of Monday night’s shooting is in stable but serious condition, according to police reports released Tuesday morning.No one has been reported to have been arrested in connection with the shooting.
It is expected that a search warrant will be executed on Tuesday at a residence in Erin Woods, and investigators are currently reviewing a “significant amount of video surveillance footage” obtained from the shooting scene.
The victim’s car has been impounded, and the police are looking for a grey Ford F-150 pickup that they believe was used in the shooting.