Months after 35-year-old Wendy Martinez was stabbed to death during an evening run in D.C., her fiance says he vows to fulfill a major goal she couldn’t reach: running the Boston Marathon.
Following a full evaluation and a nearly monthlong delay in court proceedings, the man charged with fatally stabbing a D.C. woman last September as she was running in D.C.’s Logan Circle neighborhood has been found competent to stand trial.
Family members of Wendy Martinez, who was fatally stabbed Sept. 18 while out for a run in her Logan Circle neighborhood, had flown in from Florida for the preliminary hearing. Approximately a dozen family and friends of the defendant, 23-year-old Anthony Crawford, were also in the courtroom.
D.C. police say they misidentified the suspect who allegedly attacked a man with a hammer inside a Logan Circle wine store on Thursday, Oct. 4. See updated photos of the suspect.
Though D.C. police said Thursday that they didn’t have a motive for the fatal stabbing of Wendy Martinez, court documents give some insight as to what happened Tuesday night and who the suspect, Anthony Crawford, may be.
During an emotional vigil in Northwest D.C. Thursday, the mother of slain runner Wendy Martinez said she forgives the man who killed her daughter. Wendy will be buried in the dress she planned to wear at her upcoming wedding, the dress mother and daughter shopped for just last weekend.
The family of Wendy Martinez have released a statement Wednesday urging anyone with any information of her fatal stabbing to contact police.
Police in D.C. say the woman stabbed in Logan Circle Tuesday was an avid runner out jogging when she was attacked shortly before 8 p.m. near 11th and O Streets Northwest. During a news conference Wednesday afternoon, D.C. Police Chief Peter Newsham identified the woman as 35-year-old Wendy Karina Martinez, of Northwest D.C.
Police are asking for the public’s help identifying a suspect who sexually assaulted multiple women near Logan Circle in Northwest D.C. earlier this week.
Two people are in the hospital after a fire engulfed a three-story town house in Northwest D.C., sending black smoke into the air that was visible for miles.
The victim was asleep in her residence when she felt someone touch her and saw a man standing over her.
Through oral storytelling and other live performances, this annual D.C. film and arts festival pushes beyond the screen to immerse audiences in varied and complex perspectives. It runs Thursday, Oct. 5 to Sunday, Oct. 8.
Hilton has opened its first Curio Collection-branded hotel in D.C. The Darcy, in Logan Circle, includes offerings from local chefs and businesses.
Construction is underway on luxury condo communities in two of D.C.’s hottest neighborhoods.
A D.C. firefighter has died after battling a two-alarm blaze at a high-rise apartment building in Logan Circle Wednesday.
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