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4 Found Dead After House Fire In Upscale Washington Neighborhood

WASHINGTON (WJZ) — Three members of a family and their housekeeper are killed. Their house–set on fire in Washington, D.C.

Amy Yensi has some new information on the crime. 325 more words

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DC Police Chief Lanier: "No Marijuana Arrests of Any Kind" Since Legalization via @BruceJohnson9

This result follows last year’s extraordinary drop in marijuana arrests from 2,682 to 226, following decriminalization. Chief Lanier has been supportive of marijuana law reform.

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Reporter: DC Police Chief Cathy Lanier 'threw me out' of scheduled interview

WUSA-9 reporter Russ Ptacek had some questions for the DC police department that they apparently didn’t want to answer. Police escorted Ptacek out of an interview after he asked questions about police not having to pay fines for speed camera and red light camera violations. 371 more words

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2 Killed, Club Closed Over Weekend in D.C.

WASHINGTON — Police say two people have been slain in D.C. during a weekend in which all the city’s police officers were on duty as part of an initiative called All Hands on Deck. 154 more words

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DC Officers Honored for Response to Navy Massacre

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WASHINGTON (CBSDC/AP) — District of Columbia police officers who responded to the Washington Navy Yard massacre in September have been honored by the department. 179 more words

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Chief: Officer Death Appears to Be Suicide

WASHINGTON (CBSDC/AP) — District of Columbia Police Chief Cathy Lanier says a police officer who died after being charged with child pornography last month appears to have committed suicide. 224 more words

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Does the DC Police Chief Understand what Civil Disobedience Really Means?

Adam Kokesh has called for an open carry march on Washington, D.C. as an act of civil disobedience.  Basically what he wants to do is to push back against the government and stand up for Second Amendment rights.  392 more words