D.C. police say they've arrested a man who is accused of purposely running down a transgender woman and driving away in Northeast last week. Police said Anderson used his car like a weapon when he struck 26-year-old Davon Washington. Amia Bagley, Washington's friend, said they were walking along K Street NE about 2 a.m. July 5 after leaving a club when two men in a dark hatchback vehicle approached them.
The mom of a 1-year-old boy who was shot after getting caught in the crossfire of a brazen shooting in Northeast D.C. says she's amazed and grateful he has survived and is already making great strides in his recovery. On Monday, Jeremiah was sitting in his stroller as his dad was walking him inside for the night when three men started arguing and opened fire steps away from their home in the 1300 block of I Street NE. Jeremiah was shot. "The doctors found one bullet and fragments of another.
D.C. police are looking for the driver who struck a transgender woman and drove away in Northeast last week. Friends of 26-year-old Davon Washington say she was struck intentionally. Amia Bagley said they were walking along K Street NE about 2 a.m. after a club they were at closed when two men in a dark hatchback vehicle approached them. Bagley said the men wanted to talk to Washington, but she wasn’t interested, so the group of friends continued walking when the driver ran over Washington.
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