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  • Haines, John (MPD)
    Around 430 pm today members of the Fourth District Vice Unit were on directed patrol in the 900 block of Decatur Street Northwest. As Sergeant Davis drove by
    Message 1 of 20 , Aug 7 3:00 PM

      Around 430 pm today members of the Fourth District Vice Unit were on directed patrol in the 900 block of Decatur Street Northwest .   As Sergeant Davis drove by an alley he noticed three men in the alley.   One of the men was wielding an axe.   Sergeant Davis immediately directed the Vice Unit to act in order to stop what appeared to be a vicious attack in progress.   The other two persons in the alley seeing the officers began to flee from the scene.  As the officers detained the man with the axe one of the subjects who was running dropped what appeared to be a hand gun.   The second subject who was fleeing pick up the hand gun and continued to run.   The narcotics officers then gave chase to both of these subjects.   The officers concentrated on the now armed suspect and were able to apprehend him without incident and recover a loaded .380 caliber handgun.  The other suspect who fled was able to elude the officers.  Further investigation revealed that the gentleman wielding the axe was actually the victim of a crime and was defending himself and was not charged with a crime.  The subject with the gun was arrested and charged without incident.   The keen sense of their surroundings and swift action by the Forth District Vice Unit under the direction of Sgt Davis resulted in the capture of a very dangerous subject off our streets before any harm could come to anyone.  Their swift action has brought credit to themselves and the members of the Metropolitan Police Department. 

       

      The investigation continues into the suspect that was able to elude the officers.

       

       

      John R. Haines

      Lieutenant

      Fourth Distrcit Vice Unit

      John.Haines@...

      Cell 202.553.7511

       

       

    • Bowser, Muriel (COUNCIL)
      Good news! Thanks for alerting us and getting this gun off the street. Muriel __________________________ Muriel E. Bowser Ward 4 Councilmember 202-724-8052
      Message 2 of 20 , Aug 7 4:18 PM

        Good news! Thanks for alerting us and getting this gun off the street. Muriel

        __________________________
        Muriel E. Bowser
        Ward 4 Councilmember
        202-724-8052
        Please pardon any typos


        From: MPD-4D@yahoogroups.com
        To: MPD-4D@yahoogroups.com
        Sent: Sat Aug 07 18:00:40 2010
        Subject: [MPD-4D] Gun Arrest

         

        Around 430 pm today members of the Fourth District Vice Unit were on directed patrol in the 900 block of Decatur Street Northwest .   As Sergeant Davis drove by an alley he noticed three men in the alley.   One of the men was wielding an axe.   Sergeant Davis immediately directed the Vice Unit to act in order to stop what appeared to be a vicious attack in progress.   The other two persons in the alley seeing the officers began to flee from the scene.  As the officers detained the man with the axe one of the subjects who was running dropped what appeared to be a hand gun.   The second subject who was fleeing pick up the hand gun and continued to run.   The narcotics officers then gave chase to both of these subjects.   The officers concentrated on the now armed suspect and were able to apprehend him without incident and recover a loaded .380 caliber handgun.  The other suspect who fled was able to elude the officers.  Further investigation revealed that the gentleman wielding the axe was actually the victim of a crime and was defending himself and was not charged with a crime.  The subject with the gun was arrested and charged without incident.   The keen sense of their surroundings and swift action by the Forth District Vice Unit under the direction of Sgt Davis resulted in the capture of a very dangerous subject off our streets before any harm could come to anyone.  Their swift action has brought credit to themselves and the members of the Metropolitan Police Department. 

         

        The investigation continues into the suspect that was able to elude the officers.

         

         

        John R. Haines

        Lieutenant

        Fourth Distrcit Vice Unit

        John.Haines@ dc.gov

        Cell 202.553.7511

         

         

      • Anderson, Kevin (MPD)
        Great Work 4D; we on a roll! ________________________________ From: MPD-4D@yahoogroups.com To: MPD-4D@yahoogroups.com
        Message 3 of 20 , Aug 7 5:08 PM
          Great Work 4D; we on a roll!


          From: MPD-4D@yahoogroups.com <MPD-4D@yahoogroups.com>
          To: 'MPD-4D@yahoogroups.com' <MPD-4D@yahoogroups.com>
          Sent: Sat Aug 07 19:18:50 2010
          Subject: Re: [MPD-4D] Gun Arrest

           

          Good news! Thanks for alerting us and getting this gun off the street. Muriel

          ____________ _________ _____
          Muriel E. Bowser
          Ward 4 Councilmember
          202-724-8052
          Please pardon any typos


          From: MPD-4D@yahoogroups. com
          To: MPD-4D@yahoogroups. com
          Sent: Sat Aug 07 18:00:40 2010
          Subject: [MPD-4D] Gun Arrest

           

          Around 430 pm today members of the Fourth District Vice Unit were on directed patrol in the 900 block of Decatur Street Northwest .   As Sergeant Davis drove by an alley he noticed three men in the alley.   One of the men was wielding an axe.   Sergeant Davis immediately directed the Vice Unit to act in order to stop what appeared to be a vicious attack in progress.   The other two persons in the alley seeing the officers began to flee from the scene.  As the officers detained the man with the axe one of the subjects who was running dropped what appeared to be a hand gun.   The second subject who was fleeing pick up the hand gun and continued to run.   The narcotics officers then gave chase to both of these subjects.   The officers concentrated on the now armed suspect and were able to apprehend him without incident and recover a loaded .380 caliber handgun.  The other suspect who fled was able to elude the officers.  Further investigation revealed that the gentleman wielding the axe was actually the victim of a crime and was defending himself and was not charged with a crime.  The subject with the gun was arrested and charged without incident.   The keen sense of their surroundings and swift action by the Forth District Vice Unit under the direction of Sgt Davis resulted in the capture of a very dangerous subject off our streets before any harm could come to anyone.  Their swift action has brought credit to themselves and the members of the Metropolitan Police Department. 

           

          The investigation continues into the suspect that was able to elude the officers.

           

           

          John R. Haines

          Lieutenant

          Fourth Distrcit Vice Unit

          John.Haines@ dc.gov

          Cell 202.553.7511

           

           

        • Jeff
          Great team work! On Aug 7, 2010, at 6:00 PM, Haines, John (MPD) wrote: Around 430 pm today members of the Fourth District
          Message 4 of 20 , Aug 7 5:15 PM
            Great team work!




            On Aug 7, 2010, at 6:00 PM, "Haines, John (MPD)" <john.haines@...> wrote:

             

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            Around 430 pm today members of the Fourth District Vice Unit were on directed patrol in the 900 block of Decatur Street Northwest .   As Sergeant Davis drove by an alley he noticed three men in the alley.   One of the men was wielding an axe.   Sergeant Davis immediately directed the Vice Unit to act in order to stop what appeared to be a vicious attack in progress.   The other two persons in the alley seeing the officers began to flee from the scene.  As the officers detained the man with the axe one of the subjects who was running dropped what appeared to be a hand gun.   The second subject who was fleeing pick up the hand gun and continued to run.   The narcotics officers then gave chase to both of these subjects.   The officers concentrated on the now armed suspect and were able to apprehend him without incident and recover a loaded .380 caliber handgun.  The other suspect who fled was able to elude the officers.  Further investigation revealed that the gentleman wielding the axe was actually the victim of a crime and was defending himself and was not charged with a crime.  The subject with the gun was arrested and charged without incident.   The keen sense of their surroundings and swift action by the Forth District Vice Unit under the direction of Sgt Davis resulted in the capture of a very dangerous subject off our streets before any harm could come to anyone.  Their swift action has brought credit to themselves and the members of the Metropolitan Police Department. 

             

            The investigation continues into the suspect that was able to elude the officers.

             

             

            John R. Haines

            Lieutenant

            Fourth Distrcit Vice Unit

            John.Haines@dc.gov

            Cell 202.553.7511

             

             

          • Faith Wheeler
            Dear Lt. Haines, Looks like the officers were on the spot just in the nick of time to *prevent *serious injury or worse. Good *preventive* policing!
            Message 5 of 20 , Aug 7 6:05 PM
              Dear Lt. Haines,

              Looks like the officers were on the spot just in the nick of time to prevent serious injury or worse.  Good preventive policing!  Congratulations to Sgt. Davis for being alert to possible dangers in alleys, and to the Vice Unit for apprehending 2 of the 3 people involved and quickly differentiating between victim and assailant.  And thanks very much for recovering the gun. 

              Any idea what led to this assault, and is it likely to recur?   Was the victim assaulted in his home, then grabbed an axe and ran after the assailants?  Do the victim and assailants know each other?  It's a pretty safe bet that the victim was not just walking along the sidewalk with an axe in hand for the heck of it.   Or is it a tool for his job?  Are there any measures that can be taken to prevent a recurrence? 

              Faith Wheeler
              ANC 4B02
              Takoma
              ~ ~ ~ ~ ~   

              On Sat, Aug 7, 2010 at 6:00 PM, Haines, John (MPD) <john.haines@...> wrote:
               

              Around 430 pm today members of the Fourth District Vice Unit were on directed patrol in the 900 block of Decatur Street Northwest.   As Sergeant Davis drove by an alley he noticed three men in the alley.   One of the men was wielding an axe.   Sergeant Davis immediately directed the Vice Unit to act in order to stop what appeared to be a vicious attack in progress.   The other two persons in the alley seeing the officers began to flee from the scene.  As the officers detained the man with the axe one of the subjects who was running dropped what appeared to be a hand gun.   The second subject who was fleeing pick up the hand gun and continued to run.   The narcotics officers then gave chase to both of these subjects.   The officers concentrated on the now armed suspect and were able to apprehend him without incident and recover a loaded .380 caliber handgun.  The other suspect who fled was able to elude the officers.  Further investigation revealed that the gentleman wielding the axe was actually the victim of a crime and was defending himself and was not charged with a crime.  The subject with the gun was arrested and charged without incident.   The keen sense of their surroundings and swift action by the Forth District Vice Unit under the direction of Sgt Davis resulted in the capture of a very dangerous subject off our streets before any harm could come to anyone.  Their swift action has brought credit to themselves and the members of the Metropolitan Police Department. 

               

              The investigation continues into the suspect that was able to elude the officers.

               

               

              John R. Haines

              Lieutenant

              Fourth Distrcit Vice Unit

              John.Haines@...

              Cell 202.553.7511

               

               


            • Haines, John (MPD)
              Since this is still an open investigation some details we are unable to discuss in order to protect the innocent. We are confident that this is an isolated
              Message 6 of 20 , Aug 7 6:56 PM

                Since this is still an open investigation some details we are unable to discuss in order to protect the innocent. We are confident that this is an isolated incident and that the public should not feel concerned for their safety at this time.  We have addressed this incent and are confident that there will not be a recurrence and that there is no threat to the public.    Thank you for your kind words to my officers I will be sure to let them know how appreciated they are. 

                 

                John

                 

                John R. Haines

                Lieutenant

                Fourth Distrcit Vice Unit

                John.Haines@...

                Cell 202.553.7511

                 


                From: MPD-4D@yahoogroups.com [mailto: MPD-4D@yahoogroups.com ] On Behalf Of Faith Wheeler
                Sent: Saturday, August 07, 2010 9:05 PM
                To: MPD-4D@yahoogroups.com
                Subject: Re: [MPD-4D] Gun Arrest

                 

                 

                Dear Lt. Haines,

                Looks like the officers were on the spot just in the nick of time to prevent serious injury or worse.  Good preventive policing!  Congratulations to Sgt. Davis for being alert to possible dangers in alleys, and to the Vice Unit for apprehending 2 of the 3 people involved and quickly differentiating between victim and assailant.  And thanks very much for recovering the gun. 

                Any idea what led to this assault, and is it likely to recur?   Was the victim assaulted in his home, then grabbed an axe and ran after the assailants?  Do the victim and assailants know each other?  It's a pretty safe bet that the victim was not just walking along the sidewalk with an axe in hand for the heck of it.   Or is it a tool for his job?  Are there any measures that can be taken to prevent a recurrence? 

                Faith Wheeler
                ANC 4B02
                Takoma
                ~ ~ ~ ~ ~   

                On Sat, Aug 7, 2010 at 6:00 PM, Haines, John (MPD) <john.haines@ dc.gov> wrote:

                 

                Around 430 pm today members of the Fourth District Vice Unit were on directed patrol in the 900 block of Decatur Street Northwest .   As Sergeant Davis drove by an alley he noticed three men in the alley.   One of the men was wielding an axe.   Sergeant Davis immediately directed the Vice Unit to act in order to stop what appeared to be a vicious attack in progress.   The other two persons in the alley seeing the officers began to flee from the scene.  As the officers detained the man with the axe one of the subjects who was running dropped what appeared to be a hand gun.   The second subject who was fleeing pick up the hand gun and continued to run.   The narcotics officers then gave chase to both of these subjects.   The officers concentrated on the now armed suspect and were able to apprehend him without incident and recover a loaded .380 caliber handgun.  The other suspect who fled was able to elude the officers.  Further investigation revealed that the gentleman wielding the axe was actually the victim of a crime and was defending himself and was not charged with a crime.  The subject with the gun was arrested and charged without incident.   The keen sense of their surroundings and swift action by the Forth District Vice Unit under the direction of Sgt Davis resulted in the capture of a very dangerous subject off our streets before any harm could come to anyone.  Their swift action has brought credit to themselves and the members of the Metropolitan Police Department. 

                 

                The investigation continues into the suspect that was able to elude the officers.

                 

                 

                John R. Haines

                Lieutenant

                Fourth Distrcit Vice Unit

                John.Haines@ dc.gov

                Cell 202.553.7511

                 

                 

                 

              • Lanier, Cathy (MPD)
                I agree. And the community has been a significant part of that team. Thanks everyone Cathy L. Lanier Chief of Police ________________________________ From:
                Message 7 of 20 , Aug 7 6:59 PM
                  I agree. And the community has been a significant part of that team. Thanks everyone
                  Cathy L. Lanier
                  Chief of Police


                  From: MPD-4D@yahoogroups.com <MPD-4D@yahoogroups.com>
                  To: MPD-4D@yahoogroups.com <MPD-4D@yahoogroups.com>
                  Cc: MPD-4D@yahoogroups.com <MPD-4D@yahoogroups.com>
                  Sent: Sat Aug 07 20:15:28 2010
                  Subject: Re: [MPD-4D] Gun Arrest

                   

                  Great team work!




                  On Aug 7, 2010, at 6:00 PM, "Haines, John (MPD)" <john.haines@ dc.gov> wrote:

                   

                  <image001.jpg>

                  Around 430 pm today members of the Fourth District Vice Unit were on directed patrol in the 900 block of Decatur Street Northwest .   As Sergeant Davis drove by an alley he noticed three men in the alley.   One of the men was wielding an axe.   Sergeant Davis immediately directed the Vice Unit to act in order to stop what appeared to be a vicious attack in progress.   The other two persons in the alley seeing the officers began to flee from the scene.  As the officers detained the man with the axe one of the subjects who was running dropped what appeared to be a hand gun.   The second subject who was fleeing pick up the hand gun and continued to run.   The narcotics officers then gave chase to both of these subjects.   The officers concentrated on the now armed suspect and were able to apprehend him without incident and recover a loaded .380 caliber handgun.  The other suspect who fled was able to elude the officers.  Further investigation revealed that the gentleman wielding the axe was actually the victim of a crime and was defending himself and was not charged with a crime.  The subject with the gun was arrested and charged without incident.   The keen sense of their surroundings and swift action by the Forth District Vice Unit under the direction of Sgt Davis resulted in the capture of a very dangerous subject off our streets before any harm could come to anyone.  Their swift action has brought credit to themselves and the members of the Metropolitan Police Department. 

                   

                  The investigation continues into the suspect that was able to elude the officers.

                   

                   

                  John R. Haines

                  Lieutenant

                  Fourth Distrcit Vice Unit

                  John.Haines@dc.gov

                  Cell 202.553.7511

                   

                   

                • Keith Jarrell
                  Thanks for reporting this great accommplishment. We are all proud of the incredible being done on our streets and the big step forward in over all policing.
                  Message 8 of 20 , Aug 7 7:00 PM

                    Thanks for reporting this great accommplishment.  We are all proud of the incredible being done on our
                    streets and the big step forward in over all policing.

                    Thanks to everyone.

                    Keith

                    From my mobile device. . .

                    On Aug 7, 2010 8:08 PM, "Anderson, Kevin (MPD)" <kevin.anderson2@...> wrote:

                     

                    Great Work 4D; we on a roll!


                    From: MPD-4D@yahoogroups.com <MPD-4D@yahoogroups.com>
                    To: 'MPD-4D@yahoogroups.com' <MPD-4D@yahoogroups.com>
                    Sent: Sat Aug 07 19:18:50 2010
                    Subject: Re: [MPD-4D] Gun Arrest

                     

                    Good news! Thanks for alerting us and getting this gun off the street. Muriel

                    _________________...

                  • Haines, John (MPD)
                    This morning members of the Fourth District Vice Unit were conducting operations in PSA 403 to target and combat violent drug dealers and gang members. As
                    Message 9 of 20 , Jun 2, 2011

                      This morning members of the Fourth District Vice Unit were conducting operations in PSA 403 to target and combat violent drug dealers and gang members.  As part of this operation the unit conducted an operation in the 5300 block of 8th Street Northwest .  As part of that operation a male suspect with a history of drug dealing in the area was located and arrest for the possession of a semi-automatic hand gun. 

                       

                      After a criminal history check of the arrestee it was determined that the suspect had been twice convicted of felonies in the District of Columbia .  Based on this information the suspect was charged under Title 18 of United States Federal Code for a Felon in Possession of a Firearm.  

                       

                      The operation resulted in another armed and dangerous drug dealing felon being removed from the streets of the Fourth District. 

                       

                      John R. Haines

                      Lieutenant

                      Fourth District

                      Vice, Auto Theft, and

                      Crime Suppression Units

                      John.Haines@...

                      Cell 202.553.7511

                      Office 202.730.0611

                       

                       

                      Preventing terrorism is everybody’s business.

                      If you SEE something, SAY something.

                      Call the Metropolitan Police Department at (202) 727-9099 or email at SAR@... to report suspicious activity or behavior that has already occurred.

                      Call 911 to report in-progress threats or emergencies.

                                                                                                                     

                      To learn more, visit http://www.mpdc.dc.gov/operationtipp.

                       
                    • Emily Lucio
                      I wanted to let everyone know that there was a break in today at around Noon in the Emerson Park housing development.  Apparently there was another break in
                      Message 10 of 20 , Jun 2, 2011
                        I wanted to let everyone know that there was a break in today at
                        around Noon in the Emerson Park housing development.  Apparently there
                        was another break in earlier this week as well.

                        Any information would be appreciated.  Please watch out for your neighbors.
                      • Keith Jarrell
                        Great work everyone. On Jun 2, 2011 1:39 PM, Emily Lucio wrote: I wanted to let everyone know that there was a break in today at
                        Message 11 of 20 , Jun 2, 2011

                          Great work everyone.

                          On Jun 2, 2011 1:39 PM, "Emily Lucio" <emilyksinger@...> wrote:

                           

                          I wanted to let everyone know that there was a break in today at
                          around Noon in the Emerson Park housing development.  Apparently there
                          was another break in earlier this week as well.

                          Any information would be appreciated.  Please watch out for your neighbors.

                        • Lisa
                          Thank you. We live a block away and are glad to see increased attention to the problems of this area. ... Thank you. We live a block away and are glad to see
                          Message 12 of 20 , Jun 2, 2011
                            Thank you. We live a block away and are glad to see increased attention to the problems of this area.

                            On Thu, Jun 2, 2011 at 1:19 PM, Haines, John (MPD) <john.haines@...> wrote:
                             

                            This morning members of the Fourth District Vice Unit were conducting operations in PSA 403 to target and combat violent drug dealers and gang members.  As part of this operation the unit conducted an operation in the 5300 block of 8th Street Northwest.  As part of that operation a male suspect with a history of drug dealing in the area was located and arrest for the possession of a semi-automatic hand gun. 

                             

                            After a criminal history check of the arrestee it was determined that the suspect had been twice convicted of felonies in the District of Columbia.  Based on this information the suspect was charged under Title 18 of United States Federal Code for a Felon in Possession of a Firearm.  

                             

                            The operation resulted in another armed and dangerous drug dealing felon being removed from the streets of the Fourth District. 

                             

                            John R. Haines

                            Lieutenant

                            Fourth District

                            Vice, Auto Theft, and

                            Crime Suppression Units

                            John.Haines@...

                            Cell 202.553.7511

                            Office 202.730.0611

                             

                             

                            Preventing terrorism is everybody’s business.

                            If you SEE something, SAY something.

                            Call the Metropolitan Police Department at (202) 727-9099 or email at SAR@... to report suspicious activity or behavior that has already occurred.

                            Call 911 to report in-progress threats or emergencies.

                                                                                                                           

                            To learn more, visit http://www.mpdc.dc.gov/operationtipp.

                             



                          • michele leftwich
                            To Lt. Haines, Vice and MPD......The recent drug arrests in our community have been fantastic!  Continue making our homes and community safe. MDLeftwich ...
                            Message 13 of 20 , Jun 2, 2011
                              To Lt. Haines, Vice and MPD......The recent drug arrests in our community have been fantastic!  Continue making our homes and community safe.
                              MDLeftwich

                              --- On Thu, 6/2/11, Haines, John (MPD) <john.haines@...> wrote:

                              From: Haines, John (MPD) <john.haines@...>
                              Subject: [MPD-4D] Gun Arrest
                              To: "MPD-4D@yahoogroups.com" <MPD-4D@yahoogroups.com>
                              Date: Thursday, June 2, 2011, 1:19 PM

                               

                              This morning members of the Fourth District Vice Unit were conducting operations in PSA 403 to target and combat violent drug dealers and gang members.  As part of this operation the unit conducted an operation in the 5300 block of 8th Street Northwest .  As part of that operation a male suspect with a history of drug dealing in the area was located and arrest for the possession of a semi-automatic hand gun. 

                               

                              After a criminal history check of the arrestee it was determined that the suspect had been twice convicted of felonies in the District of Columbia .  Based on this information the suspect was charged under Title 18 of United States Federal Code for a Felon in Possession of a Firearm.  

                               

                              The operation resulted in another armed and dangerous drug dealing felon being removed from the streets of the Fourth District. 

                               

                              John R. Haines

                              Lieutenant

                              Fourth District

                              Vice, Auto Theft, and

                              Crime Suppression Units

                              John.Haines@...

                              Cell 202.553.7511

                              Office 202.730.0611

                               

                               

                              Preventing terrorism is everybody’s business.

                              If you SEE something, SAY something.

                              Call the Metropolitan Police Department at (202) 727-9099 or email at SAR@... to report suspicious activity or behavior that has already occurred.

                              Call 911 to report in-progress threats or emergencies.

                                                                                                                             

                              To learn more, visit http://www.mpdc.dc.gov/operationtipp.

                               
                            • Lamond, Shane (MPD)
                              Good Evening, At approximately 5:30 PM on October 31, 2012, members of the Fourth District Vice Unit were attempting to contact a group of individuals in the
                              Message 14 of 20 , Oct 31, 2012
                                Good Evening,
                                 
                                At approximately 5:30 PM on October 31, 2012, members of the Fourth District Vice Unit were attempting to contact a group of individuals in the 300 block of Allison Street, NW,  when one of the individuals fled from the police.  The individual fled into the 4400 block of New Hampshire Avenue, NW, where he was observed hiding an object in the area.  MPD officers detained the individual, and upon canvassing the area where they observed him hiding the object, the officers discovered a loaded pistol.  The individual, a juvenile male, was placed under arrest for unlawful possession of a pistol.
                                 
                                Congratulations go out to the Fourth District Vice Unit for apprehending a dangerous juvenile and removing one more gun from the streets of DC!

                                 

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                              • diane miller
                                Yes! Salamata To: mpd-4D@yahoogroups.com From: shane.lamond@dc.gov Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2012 23:06:38 -0400 Subject: [MPD-4D] Gun Arrest Good Evening, At
                                Message 15 of 20 , Oct 31, 2012
                                  Yes!

                                  Salamata
                                   

                                  To: mpd-4D@yahoogroups.com
                                  From: shane.lamond@...
                                  Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2012 23:06:38 -0400
                                  Subject: [MPD-4D] Gun Arrest

                                   
                                  Good Evening,
                                   
                                  At approximately 5:30 PM on October 31, 2012, members of the Fourth District Vice Unit were attempting to contact a group of individuals in the 300 block of Allison Street, NW,  when one of the individuals fled from the police.  The individual fled into the 4400 block of New Hampshire Avenue, NW, where he was observed hiding an object in the area.  MPD officers detained the individual, and upon canvassing the area where they observed him hiding the object, the officers discovered a loaded pistol.  The individual, a juvenile male, was placed under arrest for unlawful possession of a pistol.
                                   
                                  Congratulations go out to the Fourth District Vice Unit for apprehending a dangerous juvenile and removing one more gun from the streets of DC!

                                   

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                                • Vicki Williams
                                  THANK U SO VERY MUCH.
                                  Message 16 of 20 , Oct 31, 2012

                                    THANK U SO VERY MUCH.

                                    On Oct 31, 2012 11:06 PM, "Lamond, Shane (MPD)" <shane.lamond@...> wrote:

                                     

                                    Good Evening,
                                     
                                    At approximately 5:30 PM on October 31, 2012, members of the Fourth District Vice Unit were attempting to contact a group of individuals in the 300 block of Allison Street, NW,  when one of the individuals fled from the police.  The individual fled into the 4400 block of New Hampshire Avenue, NW, where he was observed hiding an object in the area.  MPD officers detained the individual, and upon canvassing the area where they observed him hiding the object, the officers discovered a loaded pistol.  The individual, a juvenile male, was placed under arrest for unlawful possession of a pistol.
                                     
                                    Congratulations go out to the Fourth District Vice Unit for apprehending a dangerous juvenile and removing one more gun from the streets of DC!

                                     

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                                  • Mr. Keith Jarrell
                                    Great work. Thanks to everyone. Sent from my iPad On Oct 31, 2012, at 11:07 PM, Lamond, Shane (MPD) wrote: Good Evening, At
                                    Message 17 of 20 , Oct 31, 2012
                                      Great work. Thanks to everyone.

                                      Sent from my iPad

                                      On Oct 31, 2012, at 11:07 PM, "Lamond, Shane (MPD)" <shane.lamond@...> wrote:

                                       

                                      Good Evening,
                                       
                                      At approximately 5:30 PM on October 31, 2012, members of the Fourth District Vice Unit were attempting to contact a group of individuals in the 300 block of Allison Street, NW,  when one of the individuals fled from the police.  The individual fled into the 4400 block of New Hampshire Avenue, NW, where he was observed hiding an object in the area.  MPD officers detained the individual, and upon canvassing the area where they observed him hiding the object, the officers discovered a loaded pistol.  The individual, a juvenile male, was placed under arrest for unlawful possession of a pistol.
                                       
                                      Congratulations go out to the Fourth District Vice Unit for apprehending a dangerous juvenile and removing one more gun from the streets of DC!

                                       

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                                    • angelmedina4d
                                      Earlier today, the U.S. Marshals Service Eviction Unit responded to the unit block of Gallatin St. NW to evict tenants from a residence. During their entry
                                      Message 18 of 20 , Oct 9, 2013

                                        Earlier today, the U.S. Marshals Service Eviction Unit responded to the unit block of Gallatin St. NW to evict tenants from a residence. During their entry into the house, they encountered an adult male within the premises.  After determining that the person did not have any extraditable warrants out for his arrest, the Marshals released the person at which time he left the scene.

                                        A short time later, during the eviction process,  a Deputy US Marshal was removing items and discovered a hidden black handgun.

                                        Immediately, the Marshals ceased their operations and notified the Metropolitan Police Department of their discovery. The Gun Recovery Unit, Narcotics and Special Investigations Division, responded to the scene to conduct their investigation and recover the weapon – a black semi-automatic handgun.

                                        Subsequently, the male returned to the scene and was placed under arrest and charged with multiple weapon and drug offenses. A criminal records check of the suspect revealed several prior arrests for misdemeanor and felony offenses.

                                        We extend our appreciation to the U.S. Marshals’ for their diligence in carrying out their duties. Needless to say, the coordination between the two agencies brought about the desired results and removed a hardened criminal from our streets.

                                      • Jeff Standish
                                        Thank you for posting this information and great job in coordinating this work between the US Marshals and MPD. One question though that I am sure many
                                        Message 19 of 20 , Oct 9, 2013
                                          Thank you for posting this information and great job in coordinating this work between the US Marshals and MPD.  One question though that I am sure many readers of this post would have ... how long would this individual be off our streets for these offenses?

                                          Jeff Standish
                                          ANC 4C03


                                          On Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 5:47 PM, <angel.medina@...> wrote:
                                           

                                          Earlier today, the U.S. Marshals Service Eviction Unit responded to the unit block of Gallatin St. NW to evict tenants from a residence. During their entry into the house, they encountered an adult male within the premises.  After determining that the person did not have any extraditable warrants out for his arrest, the Marshals released the person at which time he left the scene.

                                          A short time later, during the eviction process,  a Deputy US Marshal was removing items and discovered a hidden black handgun.

                                          Immediately, the Marshals ceased their operations and notified the Metropolitan Police Department of their discovery. The Gun Recovery Unit, Narcotics and Special Investigations Division, responded to the scene to conduct their investigation and recover the weapon – a black semi-automatic handgun.

                                          Subsequently, the male returned to the scene and was placed under arrest and charged with multiple weapon and drug offenses. A criminal records check of the suspect revealed several prior arrests for misdemeanor and felony offenses.

                                          We extend our appreciation to the U.S. Marshals’ for their diligence in carrying out their duties. Needless to say, the coordination between the two agencies brought about the desired results and removed a hardened criminal from our streets.


                                        • Medina, Angel (MPD)
                                          All defendants are entitled to due process under the law and ultimately the courts determine whether pre-trial release or detention is appropriate. Convictions
                                          Message 20 of 20 , Oct 10, 2013

                                            All defendants are entitled to due process under the law and ultimately the courts determine whether pre-trial release or detention is appropriate. Convictions may lead to incarceration as determined by the courts.

                                             

                                             

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                                            From: MPD-4D@yahoogroups.com [mailto:MPD-4D@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Jeff Standish
                                            Sent: Wednesday, October 09, 2013 11:04 PM
                                            To: MPD-4D@yahoogroups.com
                                            Subject: Re: [MPD-4D] Gun Arrest

                                             

                                             

                                            Thank you for posting this information and great job in coordinating this work between the US Marshals and MPD.  One question though that I am sure many readers of this post would have ... how long would this individual be off our streets for these offenses?

                                             

                                            Jeff Standish

                                            ANC 4C03

                                             

                                            On Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 5:47 PM, <angel.medina@...> wrote:

                                             

                                            Earlier today, the U.S. Marshals Service Eviction Unit responded to the unit block of Gallatin St. NW to evict tenants from a residence. During their entry into the house, they encountered an adult male within the premises.  After determining that the person did not have any extraditable warrants out for his arrest, the Marshals released the person at which time he left the scene.

                                            A short time later, during the eviction process,  a Deputy US Marshal was removing items and discovered a hidden black handgun.

                                            Immediately, the Marshals ceased their operations and notified the Metropolitan Police Department of their discovery. The Gun Recovery Unit, Narcotics and Special Investigations Division, responded to the scene to conduct their investigation and recover the weapon – a black semi-automatic handgun.

                                            Subsequently, the male returned to the scene and was placed under arrest and charged with multiple weapon and drug offenses. A criminal records check of the suspect revealed several prior arrests for misdemeanor and felony offenses.

                                            We extend our appreciation to the U.S. Marshals’ for their diligence in carrying out their duties. Needless to say, the coordination between the two agencies brought about the desired results and removed a hardened criminal from our streets.

                                             

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