Wednesday, July 06, 2016

MPD: Robbery Gun on the 100 block of Adams St NW last night at 11:00 pm; Robbery Gun on the 2300 block of 1st St NW last night at 11:10 pm

See these two messages from MPD:

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From: MPD-5D@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Wednesday, July 6, 2016 4:48 AM
To: MPD-5D@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [MPD-5D] Robbery Gun- 100 block of Adams St NW

To the Fifth District Community:

On Tuesday, July 05, 2016, at approximately 11:00PM, the victim reports while walking on Adams Street NW, the suspect jumped in front of the victim armed with a silver handgun demanding his property.  The suspect ordered the victim to disable his cell phone which the victim complied.  The suspect fled with a second individual on foot eastbound on Adams Street NW. 

Lookout:

Suspect 1: black male, 23-28 years of age, 6’1”, 170 lbs, dark skin tone wearing a black hoodie, black mask, dark sweatpants armed with a silver handgun.

Suspect 2: black male, 23-28 years of age, 5’9”, 150 lbs, dark skin tone wearing a black hoodie, dark pants and black headphones

Any persons with information regarding this crime may contact the Fifth District Detectives’ Office at 202-698-0260, or the MPD Command Information Center at 202-727-9099. Reference CCN# 16-111-231.

Persons with information may also anonymously text via cell phone to 50411. Text, photo and video messages are monitored by members of the department 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Tips on serious or violent crimes will be investigated by members of the department. If you would like a police response for any incident, please call 911. (Because the tip line is anonymous, the sender will not receive a response to the original message. The anonymous text tip line is not an emergency number. If you witness a crime in progress or have an emergency that requires the police, please call 911.)

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From: MPD-5D@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Wednesday, July 6, 2016 4:52 AM
To: MPD-5D@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [MPD-5D] Robbery Gun- 2300 block 1st ST NW
To the Fifth District Community:

On Tuesday, July 05, 2016, at approximately 11:10PM, the victim reports while in the rear of the 2300 block of 1st Street NW, he was approached by a suspect armed with a silber handgun that demanded his phone.  The victim complied and the suspect disabled the phone.  The suspect was accompanied by a second suspect and both fled on foot northbound through the alley.

Lookout:

Suspect 1: black male, 20-29 years of age, 5’10”-6’2”, thin build, dark skin tone wearing a black long sleeve shirt, black mask, black pants armed with a silver handgun.

Suspect 2: black male, 20-29 years of age, wearing a black shirt and black pants

Any persons with information regarding this crime may contact the Fifth District Detectives’ Office at 202-698-0260, or the MPD Command Information Center at 202-727-9099. Reference CCN# 16-111-233.

Persons with information may also anonymously text via cell phone to 50411. Text, photo and video messages are monitored by members of the department 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Tips on serious or violent crimes will be investigated by members of the department. If you would like a police response for any incident, please call 911. (Because the tip line is anonymous, the sender will not receive a response to the original message. The anonymous text tip line is not an emergency number. If you witness a crime in progress or have an emergency that requires the police, please call 911.)

5 comments:

  1. I think it's time to ask DC water to put up security cameras around their construction on 1st and Adams. Blocking off the streets with walls and creating blind corners is making it a preferred spot for robberies and package thieves. Also whatever happened to MPD's push from a few weeks ago?

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    1. Seriously. Use some of that ~$4 million they won't be paying Skanska since they aren't finishing on time.

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  2. I wonder if MPD should put Bloomingdale in the Third District (U Street/Ledroit) instead of the Fifth (most of Northeast). I have to believe that North Cap serves as a psychological barrier that keeps down the frequency of regular patrols in Bloomingdale, given the geography in which they are otherwise working.

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