The nation’s capital is set to pay out $3.5 million to the family of Terrence Sterling, an unarmed black motorcyclist who was gunned down by a Metropolitan Police Department officer.
From the way they tweeted it, you would think that Washington, D.C., police had nabbed Pablo Escobar himself.
An internal investigation has found that the Washington, D.C., police officer who shot and killed unarmed motorcyclist Terrence Sterling had no reason to pull his weapon, let alone fire it, since he was in no danger.
Updated Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017, 2:47 p.m.: The Metropolitan Police Department has confirmed that all buildings have been cleared and Howard University’s campus is safe. No gunman was found.
A Washington, D.C., police officer who fatally shot and killed an unarmed black motorcyclist in September 2016 will not face charges, federal prosecutors announced Wednesday.
Last month an officer with the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, D.C., was placed on “noncontact status” after he was accused of wearing a shirt bearing an image of the Grim Reaper, the name of his police unit and a symbol believed to represent racist ideology. On Tuesday a judge dismissed a…
Washington, D.C., Police Chief Peter Newsham has reached out to a Chevy Chase, Md., woman who was arrested after neighbors complained about music from a party being too loud, telling her that it was wrong for an officer to take her into custody, D.C.’s Metropolitan Police Department confirmed Wednesday.
A Washington, D.C., police officer has been arrested in Maryland after allegedly assaulting a 15-year-old girl before robbing her earlier this year.
A black Washington, D.C., police officer who had been off-duty and dressed in plain clothes is accusing Prince George's County, Md., officers of inappropriately searching him, as well as tackling him and striking him in the face in their search for a gunman Tuesday afternoon, the Washington Post reports.
Washington, D.C., police are launching an internal investigation after a Twitter video surfaced showing a black woman being lifted off her feet and pinned to a police vehicle by an officer, the Washington Post reports.