D.C.: The Not So Little Wannabee Chicago

Sadly over the last two years Washington, D.C. has become a haven for criminals. It is not only the smash and grab crowd, it is getting beyond the point of insanity. This happened in D.C., the not so little wannabee Chicago. Beware of mistaken identity. The hate and vigilante sentiments that have taken over this nation are a monstrosity.

On January 27, 2022, a Northeast D.C. couple was caught two culprits on their home surveillance camera. Police hope to use the doorbell video to find who is responsible. Two masked suspects followed the couple into their home in the 4900 block of Jay Street Northeast after the couple had just come back from the store Thursday night. When the couple entered their home, the two men, armed with a handgun, made their way inside and forced both the victims to the ground. The suspects then began to pat down and remove one of the victim’s belongings from their pockets.

The second suspect went into the hallway of the apartment and shut a door where there were children. At one point the children opened the door to see what was going on. As one of the suspects was patting down the victim on the ground, the suspect asked “where is it?” The second suspect replied, “it’s probably not them”. According to the police report, one of the suspects said that the victim’s car looked like the car that just shot at his cousin.

Detectives on this case released the video to the public. They have now asked for help identifying two people of interest in this case. Metro D.C. Police are offering a reward of $10,000 to any person who provides information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible for this violent crime committed.  These actions are outrageously offensive and wrong.

2 thoughts on “D.C.: The Not So Little Wannabee Chicago

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  1. Northeast has always had some spotty crime — in large part because of the warehouse district there.

    But I also see in the news that mostly-posh Northwest is also having crime problems now. That didn’t used to be the case.

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