Crime Report, Nov. 15: Armed Robbery at 29th & M St. NW, Two G.U. Incidents


From the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), here are the latest crime and police reports in or near Georgetown.

Nov. 15 – Robbery (Gun): Incident occurred at 29th and M Streets NW. MPD is on the lookout for a black male and a Hispanic male in a black Jeep Cherokee with unknown Maryland tags.

Nov. 14 – Robbery Investigation: Underway for an incident in the 600 block of F Street NW. MPD is on the lookout for three suspects. Suspect 1: black male, 5’10”, slim build, wearing a black ski mask, and black and purple jacket. Suspect 2: black male, 18-20 years-old, heavy set, wearing a black ski mask, and armed with a knife. Suspect 3: black female, 18-20 years-old and heavy set.

Nov. 14 – Assault with a Dangerous Weapon (Gun) Arrest: The incident occurred on Oct. 16 in the 600 block of H Street NW.

Nov. 14 – Robbery (Force and Violence) Arrest: Incident occurred on Nov. 12 in the 400 block of O Street NW.

Nov. 14 – Robbery Investigation: Underway for an incident in the 4200 block of Massachusetts Avenue NW. MPD is on the lookout for four-to-five black males wearing hoodies and Covid masks.

Nov. 14 – Robbery Investigation: Underway for an incident in the 1000 block of U Street NW. MPD is on the lookout for four black males.

Nov. 13 – Traffic Fatality: A pedestrian was struck by a vehicle crossing the street from north to south in the 1800 block of Columbia Road NW. The vehicle, an Infinity EX35, was traveling westbound and had just crossed over Biltmore Street NW. The victim, 24-year-old Nina Larson, was pronounced dead after being transported to the hospital.

Nov. 13 – Hit and Run: A bicyclist was struck by a vehicle in the 100 block of Florida Avenue NW where it was turning from eastbound to westbound. The vehicle that fled the scene is described as a 2003-2006 Lincoln Navigator. The incident occurred at 2:30 a.m. and the victim was transported to a local hospital for life-threatening injuries.

Nov. 13 – Shooting Investigation: Incident occurred in the 700 block of Kenilworth Avenue NW. No identification of the suspect is available.

Nov. 13 – Destruction of Property: A Georgetown University (GU) student vandalized a smoke detector causing damage at Reynolds Hall located at 1351 West Road NW.

Nov. 12 – Homicide: The incident occurred in the unit block of Florida Avenue NW. The victim, 35-year-old Chanae McLaughlin, was pronounced dead after being transported to a local hospital.

Nov. 12 – Burglary Arrest: MPD announced an arrest was made for an incident on Oct. 3 in the 2800 block of 11th Street NW.

Nov. 12 – Robbery Arrests Made: MPD sent out a news release linked here that lists details on multiple robbery related arrests throughout the city that involved force and violence, and a gun.

Nov. 11 – Aggravated Assault Arrest: Incident occurred on Nov. 9 in the 1400 block of Varnum Street NW.

Nov. 11 – Robbery (Force and Violence): Incident occurred in the 1500 block of 13th Street NW.

Nov. 10 – Assault with a Dangerous Weapon (Knife): Incident occurred in the 4500 block of Wisconsin Avenue NW.

Nov. 10 – Robbery (Snatch): Incident occurred in the 600 block of H Street NW.

Nov. 10 – Burglary: Incident occurred in the 4100 block of Wisconsin Avenue NW.

Nov. 9 – Property Theft: A GU staff member reported that the incident occurred at Healey Hall located at 37th and O Streets NW.

Nov. 9 – Burglary: Incident occurred in the 1600 block of 31st Street NW.

Anyone who can identify individuals or has knowledge of the incidents above should NOT take action but call police at 202- 727-9099 or text your tip to the Department’s TEXT TIP LINE at 50411. Crime Solvers of Washington, D.C. currently offers a reward to anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest and indictment of the person or persons responsible for a crime committed in the District of Columbia.

Editors’ note: the incidents reported here are culled from police reports and have not necessarily been adjudicated or resolved; a legal presumption of innocence applies.

 

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