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An ex-Marine was convicted of first-degree murder Tuesday. He is already serving a life sentence for previous crimes and could face execution.
Catherine Fuller's son didn't look down the alley at 8th and H streets NE on that October day in 1984. He had heard about the police investigation, says Barbara Wade, Fuller's sister, and a friend goaded him on, telling him to take a peek. But the Fuller boy had band practice that day, was waiting for his bus and didn't care to be nosy. So the boy didn't look down the alley, and didn't see his mother dead on the ground.
More than 30,000 wanted felons are allowed to walk the streets due to regional police departments' backlog in serving warrants, which in some cases are so old they can not longer be prosecuted.
The fourth and final young man charged with the murder of a popular D.C. middle school principal Brian Betts is set to enter a guilty plea in connection to the death, WTOP has learned.
As Prince George's County detectives investigate a new murder Wednesday morning -- the 14th in 2011 -- county leadership is reaching out to both the federal government and local citizens to help stay the killing streak.
2011 has been violent for Prince George's County, with at least 13 murders in first 13 days of the new year.
It was exactly six months ago that police discovered the murder of 19-year-old Vanessa Pham, a graduate of Madison High School in Vienna, Va., and a freshman at Savannah College of Art and Design in Georgia.
When Adele Freeman fired five .38-caliber bullets into her boyfriend in 2000, she contributed to an often-overlooked statistic within the sometimes deadly world of partner abuse: namely, that more than one-third of all homicides each year connected to domestic violence are perpetrated by women.
A body found in a trash can in a Columbia Heights alley is that of a missing girl from Prince George's County, D.C. Police say.
One of the charges has been dropped against the man accused of stealing the car of an American University professor, who hours earlier was found murdered in her home.