Re: [MPD-5D] Assault with a deadly weapon
- Mr Hutson, I just reviewed an email you sent in reference to your neighbor who was assaulted at 10th and RI Ave. The incident appears to have been handled in a manner not consistent with the level of service I expect from my officers.
I would like to have contact information for your neighbor so that I can interview her and take the appropriate steps necessary to correct the lack of service she received. Please call or email me directly with her information if you have a contact number for her. My number is 202 698 0111.
I will also research the incident from this end to find contact info for her as well.
Commander Lamar D. Greene
From: MPD-5D@yahoogroups.com <MPD-5D@yahoogroups.com>
To: Group Police <MPDfirstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: Group brookland <Brookland@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Tue Jan 26 20:46:35 2010
Subject: [MPD-5D] Assault with a deadly weaponMy neighbor was assaulted with a knife on 10th street right near Rhode Island in front of the apartment building. Fortunately, she screamed and pushed the assailant away and was able to run away and a found a couple further down 10th street who escorted her home (12th and Gerard).She called the police. A squad car picked her up and drove around the block twice looking for the assailant. They then asked her "do you want to pursue this, he technically didn't threaten you." Is this the most we can expect from our police? This comes less than a year after my wife's life was threatened in front of our two small children in North Michigan Park. The police responded a day later and said they had no reason to arrest the man.Will any follow up be done on this?