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Overall reported crimes for Georgetown and Burleith are up for May 2017; 82 were reported, compared with 78 in May 2016.

A road-rage incident along the 1300 block of Wisconsin Ave. NW was reported last week. A Cadillac Escalade ran over a Rideshare bicycle, but no one was hurt.

MPD reported an armed robbery last month in which a gun was found at 31st and N Streets NW. There was also a burglary on May 25 in the 1000-1099 block of Thomas Jefferson Street.

A resident on Prospect Street provided footage of 17 drivers “blowing through a stop sign” in her neighborhood in just two minutes. MPD will be stepping up traffic enforcement in the specified intersection. Additionally, a new traffic-enforcement officer will be assigned to ensure that traffic laws are obeyed and ticketed accordingly.

Locations of thefts during the last
week of May:
May 22, 3200-3275 block, M St.
May 23, 1000-1099 block, Thomas Jefferson St.
May 23, 1000-1099 block, Thomas Jefferson St.
May 24, 3200-3275 block, M St.
May 24, 1401-1498 block, Wisconsin Ave.
May 24, 1200-1237 block, Wisconsin Ave.
May 25, 3200-3275 block, M St.
May 26, 3276-3299 block, M St.
May 26, 1200-1237 block, Wisconsin Ave.
May 27, 3200-3275 block, M St.
May 27, 1048-1099 block, Wisconsin Ave.
May 27, 3100-3199 block, K St.
May 27, 3200-3275 block, M St.
May 27, 1020-1199 block, 33rd St.
May 28, 3600-3699 block, Reservoir Road
May 28, 3036-3099 block, M St.

Thefts from automobiles:
May 24, 1224-1299 block, Wisconsin Ave.
May 24, 3100-3199 block, O St.
May 24, 3100-3199 block, O St.
May 24, 3200-3223 block, Grace St.
May 24, 3100-3199 block, South St.
May 26, 3100-3199 block, South St.
May 27, 1851-2008 block, Wisconsin Ave.
May 27, 1000-1039 block, Potomac St.

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