Police responded to the 4000 block of 27th Road N. about 9:30 p.m. Monday after a female 911 caller said a man “hit her in the head with a chair,” and “there’s someone going crazy at her house,” according to scanner traffic.
The female victim was struck “several times,” police said Tuesday, leaving her with a head wound. She was transported to Virginia Hospital Center.
Reached at the diplomatic residence, Rebeca Maye, who identified herself as Nsue’s secretary, said the ambassador’s 16-year-old daughter was released from the hospital Wednesday. “She’s fine,” she said.
Nsue did not respond to multiple inquiries.
The ambassador has protections as a member of a foreign diplomatic mission, the State Department and police said.
“The subject has full diplomatic immunity and was not arrested,” ACPD said in a crime report issued Tuesday.
The U.S. State Department has informed the government of Equatorial Guinea of the reported crime and expects a response next week, a department representative said.