- More than 100 federal agents and local police have spent the week in Baltimore serving arrests warrants for what have been described as violent offenders, FOX 5 has learned. Operation 7 Centuries kicked off Tuesday and included The U.S. Marshals Service, DEA, FBI, ATF and local police. According to two law enforcement sources, the operation was ordered by Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and had been planned for weeks.
- A grieving mother gathered friends and family on a Southeast D.C. street corner Monday where they remembered her 21-year-old son. Malik Thomas was found shot to death in a burning car more than two years ago, but there have been no arrests made in the case. In the bitter cold on this Martin Luther King Jr. Day, more than 30 people came together to pray for justice.
- Prince George’s County police have identified an armed man who was struck and killed in the parking lot of an Upper Marlboro shopping center on Monday. According to police, 21-year-old Nathaniel McKinnon was struck intentionally by the driver of the SUV on Brown Station Road at around 8:30 a.m. Detectives are now trying to determine if it was self-defense.
New-Uber driver who hit Bijan Ghaisar on GW Parkway says there was no traffic in front of the 25 yr old accountant when he suddenly stopped in the left lane. He then made no eye contact or hand gesture before driving off. Ghaisar was dead 10 min later https://goo.gl/images/WyCw2s
New-Uber driver who hit Bijan Ghaisar from behind on GW Parkway before he was killed by Park Police tells Fox 5 Ghaisar drove off immediately after the collision. He made no effort to see what happened. Uber driver sayshe & passenger called police w/tag https://goo.gl/images/WyCw2s
New-This is the narrative from the accident report involving Bijan Ghaisar the night he was shot to death by US Park Police. It raises new intrigue to a troubling case. Why would Park Police chase a man involved in a fender bender he did not cause? https://t.co/mFcNFG1r4z
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