Metro Weekly

All posts tagged "crime"

  • No Wone Murder Charge

    Following a status hearing regarding the Robert Wone murder case, U.S. Attorney Glenn Kirschner confirmed on Friday, Jan. 16, that the U.S. does not plan...

  • Fenty, Lanier Meet with GLOV

    Chris Farris and Todd Metrokin, co-chairs of the newly re-formed Gays and Lesbians Opposing Violence (GLOV), met with D.C. Mayor Adrian M. Fenty, Metropolitan Police...

  • Flight Risk Dismissed

    D.C. Superior Court Judge Frederick Weisberg ordered Dec. 19 that three gay men indicted on ''obstruction of justice'' charges in the investigation of the murder...

  • GLOV Presses Fenty

    The newly re-formed GLOV -- Gays and Lesbians Opposing Violence -- on Dec. 17 sent a letter to Mayor Adrian Fenty asking that he take...

  • Focus on Frustration

    Wes Della Volla wants to know why the man who was arrested on Oct. 1 for allegedly threatening to run over him and his boyfriend...

  • Logan/Shaw Murder

    The Washington Metropolitan Police Department is requesting the public's help in gathering information about the murder of a 35-year-old Portuguese gay man, who was shot...

  • Southeast Stabbing

    A Dec. 4 altercation -- including homophobic epithets -- that left one man hospitalized with knife wounds, may have been a hate crime, according to...

  • Wone Widow Files Suit

    Kathy Wone has spoken publicly only once since her husband, Robert Wone, was murdered in the Dupont Circle-area townhouse of Joseph Price, his partner Victor...

  • Indictments in Wone Case

    News Channel 8 reported, Nov. 20, that local attorney Joseph Price, his partner Victor Zaborsky, and their roommate, Dylan Ward, have been indicted by a...

  • Guilt Confirmed

    The Washington Metropolitan Police Department announced Nov. 12 that 19-year-old Virginia resident, Ruddad Abdulgader, originally from Sudan, has pleaded guilty to two criminal counts before...

  • The GLBT Beat

    On election night, Nov. 4, Steven Kensinger and Zack Pesavento were just like so many other Washingtonians who poured out onto District streets to celebrate...

  • Robbery at Fireplace

    Washington Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) Acting Lt. Brett Parson reported an unsuccessful robbery attempt occurred Tuesday, Oct. 21, at the Fireplace, a gay bar at...

  • Intersection Altercation

    The intersection of P and 15th Streets NW sits squarely in some of the District's gayest real estate. Accordingly, ''John'' and ''Mike,'' a 20-something gay...

  • Arrest in Shaw Attack

    The Washington Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) announced Wednesday, Oct. 15, the arrest of 18-year-old Robert Lee Hanna, of the 1100 block of McCullough Court NW....

  • Day in Court

    ''This is not a big deal because I know I'm innocent,'' Saad Elarch (aka Saad Elorch) insisted to D.C. Superior Court Judge Frederick H. Weisberg...