Fears of terror attacks involving vehicles — like what happened in Charlottesville and New York City last year — have prompted D.C. police to institute new parking rules along race and parade routes that could force thousands more people to move their cars during major events.
Both suspects have been charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud, as well as conspiracy to commit various forms of computer fraud.
The shooting of an unarmed black motorcyclist by a D.C. police officer in September 2016 has been ruled unjustified by a police review board, D.C. Police Chief Peter Newsham confirmed to WTOP Tuesday.
Violent crime in the nation’s capital has plunged dramatically throughout the year, as 2017 enters its final month.
The ATF is offering a $20,000 reward for information in the fatal shooting of an off-duty D.C. police officer in Baltimore.
According to Chief Peter Newsham, the department had a total of 3,821 sworn members after adding 84 over the course of the 2017 fiscal year, which came to an end in October.
D.C. police are preparing for a busy weekend of marches, parades, rallies and possible counter protests. “The entire police department will be working,” said Chief Peter Newsham.
Metropolitan Police Chief Peter Newsham called the shooting of 17-year-old girl driving through Brentwood “senseless.”
D.C. police officials are now discussing the possibility that an officer would resign after he was cleared of criminal wrongdoing in a fatal shooting. Meanwhile, the mayor insists that he must go.
A D.C. police officer who shot and killed a black motorcyclist last fall will not face any criminal charges, prosecutors said Wednesday.
D.C. police Chief Peter Newsham said he and a number of agency directors are being held accountable by Mayor Muriel Bowser, and he thinks it’s working.
One year after Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich was shot and killed during a robbery gone wrong, police say that video of the robbery-gone-wrong yielded few clues.
A man was injured in a police-involved shooting in Northwest D.C. on Wednesday night after he failed to lower his handgun, according to police.
Despite a violent July Fourth that saw six shootings, one of them fatal, D.C. has seen a marked decrease in violent crime in the first six months of the year.
A former Marine and felon who purchased an assault rifle in an FBI undercover sting has been indicted on federal weapons charges.