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NBC Washington
DC Police Hope to Identify Suspect in 2 Bank RobberiesPolice are hoping to identify a person of interest in back-to-back bank robberi
DC Police Hope to Identify Suspect in 2 Bank Robberies
NBC Washington / Posted 2 days ago
Police are hoping to identify a person of interest in back-to-back bank robberies in northeast Washington. District of Columbia police said in a news release that a man handed a note demanding money to a teller at the Industrial Bank of Washington... Read more
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Canberra Times
GPS tracker was attached to suspect’s leg, but the leg wasn’t attached to the suspectbracelet secured to his leg after a previous gun arrest showed him in his apart
GPS tracker was attached to suspect’s leg, but the leg wasn’t attached to the suspect
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
bracelet secured to his leg after a previous gun arrest showed him in his apartment, a mile away from the crime scene. But District of Columbia police thought Quincy Green, known as "Q," had tampered with the GPS device. The GPS device was... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Man used prosthetic leg to create an alibibracelet secured to his leg after a previous gun arrest showed him in his apart
Man used prosthetic leg to create an alibi
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 6 days ago
bracelet secured to his leg after a previous gun arrest showed him in his apartment, 1.5km away from the crime scene. But District of Columbia police thought Quincy Green, known as "Q," had tampered with the GPS device. Instead of cutting off or... Read more
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Brisbane Times
GPS tracker was attached to suspect’s leg, but the leg wasn’t attached to the suspectbracelet secured to his leg after a previous gun arrest showed him in his apart
GPS tracker was attached to suspect’s leg, but the leg wasn’t attached to the suspect
Brisbane Times / Posted 6 days ago
bracelet secured to his leg after a previous gun arrest showed him in his apartment, a mile away from the crime scene. But District of Columbia police thought Quincy Green, known as "Q," had tampered with the GPS device. The GPS device was... Read more
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NBC Washington
Man Arrested in 1993 Fatal Stabbing of Woman in DChas been charged in the 1993 stabbing death of a woman in Washington after he w
Man Arrested in 1993 Fatal Stabbing of Woman in DC
NBC Washington / Posted 25 days ago
has been charged in the 1993 stabbing death of a woman in Washington after he was linked to the crime through a DNA match. District of Columbia police announced Thursday that 48-year-old Therion Bryant of Parkville, Maryland, was arrested by a... Read more
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NBC Washington
DC Police Resume Tweeting Crime News After BacklashDistrict of Columbia police have resumed using Twitter to report breaking crime
DC Police Resume Tweeting Crime News After Backlash
NBC Washington / Posted 27 days ago
District of Columbia police have resumed using Twitter to report breaking crime news after the department faced a backlash for discontinuing the practice. The Metropolitan Police Department tweeted Tuesday afternoon that it would continue to tweet... Read more
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CBS Dallas - Fort Worth
DC Police Resume Tweeting Crime News After BacklashWASHINGTON (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — District of Columbia police have resumed using Twi
DC Police Resume Tweeting Crime News After Backlash
CBS Dallas - Fort Worth / Posted 27 days ago
WASHINGTON (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — District of Columbia police have resumed using Twitter to report breaking crime news after the department faced a backlash for discontinuing the practice. The Metropolitan Police Department tweeted Tuesday afternoon that... Read more

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