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District Man Ejected From Truck Dies, Mercedes Driver Hospitalized In Montgomery County Crash District Man Ejected From Truck Dies, Mercedes Driver Hospitalized In Montgomery County Crash
District Man Ejected From Truck Dies, Mercedes Driver Hospitalized In Montgomery County Crash A District man was killed after being ejected from his pick-up truck while crashing with a Mercedes on Saturday night in Montgomery County. Police have identified 29-year-old Jobani Alfredo Cruz as the person who was killed in an early morning crash on March 9 in Chevy Chase. Montgomery County Police, Chevy Chase Village Police, and Montgomery County Fire/Rescue all responded shortly before 12:20 a.m. on Saturday to the area of Connecticut Avenue and Quincy Street, where there was a reported crash involving a Dodge Ram 1500 and 2012 Mercedes SLK. Connecticut Avenue at Quincy Stree…
'Don't Tell On Me': Man Gets Time For Shooting That Caused Chaos Outside Busy Chevy Chase Bar 'Don't Tell On Me': Man Gets Time For Shooting That Caused Chaos Outside Busy Chevy Chase Bar
'Don't Tell On Me': Man Gets Time For Shooting That Caused Chaos Outside Busy Chevy Chase Bar The 29-year-old District man who caused mayhem outside a popular Maryland bar before shooting a man amid an ongoing argument will spend decades behind bars. It will be a night to forget for David Lee Brown III, 30, who was sentenced to 55 years in prison with all but 35 years to serve after being convicted of multiple counts of assault and other offenses for his role in the shooting of Mame Faye during a dispute outside Clyde's Restaurant in Chevy Chase, officials in Montgomery County announced. Faye and several of his co-workers - including Sala Coleman - from Maggiano Little Italy in DC w…
Five Maryland Billionaires Make Forbes 400 List Of 'Richest In America' Five Maryland Billionaires Make Forbes 400 List Of 'Richest In America'
Five Maryland Billionaires Make Forbes 400 List Of 'Richest In America' Maryland is home to five of the richest people in America, according to Forbes. In the last year, two have made money, two have lost money, and one is brand-new to the list. The residents on the Forbes 400, the definitive list of the richest people in the nation, are worth $4.5 trillion in total, tying the 2021 record, according to the business outlet. The Maryland billionaires on the list are: 161. Annette Lerner & family, of Chevy Chase, are new to the list, and are worth $6.5 billion. According to Forbes, in 1952, Lerner, now 93 years old, lent $250 to her 26-year-old husband, Ted…
Traffic Delays Expected As Biden Makes Trek From White House To McLean Traffic Delays Expected As Biden Makes Trek From White House To McLean
Traffic Delays Expected As Biden Makes Trek From White House To McLean President Joe Biden is en route to Virginia. Biden is expected to pay a visit to McLean on Wednesday, Sept. 13, for a campaign reception at 6:30 p.m. The president's exact travel route hasn't been made public, and the the timing couldn't be better: Right after rush hour.  The president is expected to leave the white house at 6:15 p.m., and return at approximately 8:30. In June, his visit to Chevy Chase notoriously jammed the Capital Beltway.
Philly Retail Theft Crew Busted With $15K In Merch From Fairfax County Saks Fifth Ave Philly Retail Theft Crew Busted With $15K In Merch From Fairfax County Saks Fifth Ave
Philly Retail Theft Crew Busted With $15K In Merch From Fairfax County Saks Fifth Ave A Philadelphia-based retail theft crew was busted with $15,000 in luxury items swiped from Saks Fifth Avenue stores in Virginia and Maryland, authorities said. Ericka Williams, 26, Amin Shamsid-Deen, 30, and Tunisia Amina Shamsid-Deen, 32, were found with Givenchy and Louis Vuitton bags and YSL perfume all totaling approximately $15,000, when police in Fairfax County stopped them on Thursday, July 13. Stolen merchFairfax County PD The crew had just left the Saks Fifth Avenue store in Chevy Chase, MD, with the luxury items, and fled in a gold Chevrolet Impala with Pennsylvania tags, poli…
Was Beltway Closure Due To Biden's Chevy Chase Visit? Was Beltway Closure Due To Biden's Chevy Chase Visit?
Was Beltway Closure Due To Biden's Chevy Chase Visit? The inner loop of the Beltway was closed Tuesday afternoon, June 27, in Fairfax County — and some Twitter users are speculating the cause was due to President Joe Biden's Chevy Chase visit. According to Virginia State Police, the closure was at the request of US Secret Service. It had reportedly reopened as of 5:30 p.m. The highway was closed leading up to the American Legion Bridge in McLean, jamming traffic for nearly five miles up to Tyson's Corner as of 4:45 p.m. Biden's visit to MD hasn't been confirmed as the cause of the shutdown. The Hill, however, confirmed Biden was set to atten…
This Baltimore Ice Cream Shop Ranks Best In All Of Maryland, Website Says This Baltimore Ice Cream Shop Ranks Best In All Of Maryland, Website Says
This Baltimore Ice Cream Shop Ranks Best In All Of Maryland, Website Says Baltimore has plenty of ice cream spots to choose from as summer temps rise — and one of them ranks a bit above the others, a new Reader’s Digest report says. The report identified the best place to grab a cool treat in each state this summer with a sprinkling of the shop’s history and menu specialties. So, which shop topped Maryland’s list? The Charmery in Baltimore, best known for its homemade scoops and its close proximity to Johns Hopkins University. View this post on Instagram A post shared by fat ass adventures (@fat.ass.adventures) …
Seemingly Benevolent President, CEO In DC Admits To Bilking Nonprofit Out Of $336K: Feds Seemingly Benevolent President, CEO In DC Admits To Bilking Nonprofit Out Of $336K: Feds
Seemingly Benevolent President, CEO In DC Admits To Bilking Nonprofit Out Of $336K: Feds An executive from Maryland operating out of Washington, DC, will face decades in prison after admitting to stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from a non-profit organization, federal authorities announced. Chevy Chase resident Graham Hauck, 50, pleaded guilty this week to stealing more than $330,000 from a nonprofit trade organization while serving as the president and CEO of a company bearing his own family’s name. While serving as the head of Hauck & Associates in Washington, DC, Hauck agreed with the nonprofit organization to an agreement paying his company nearly $150,000 for …
Handsy Robber Gets Frisky With Woman Before Threatening To Kill Her In Chevy Chase: Police Handsy Robber Gets Frisky With Woman Before Threatening To Kill Her In Chevy Chase: Police
Handsy Robber Gets Frisky With Woman Before Threatening To Kill Her In Chevy Chase: Police Seen him? Police investigators in Montgomery County are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying and locating a man who acted inappropriately with a woman inside a Chevy Chase business and threatened to kill her. New surveillance photos were released by the Montgomery County Department of Police on Tuesday, May 9, as the agency continues to investigate an incident that was reported earlier this month. Officers were first called on Monday, May 1, to the 5500 block of Wisconsin Avenue, where there was a reported armed robbery that had just taken place inside a nearby business. The in…
Washington Nationals Owner Ted Lerner, Who Brought Baseball Back To His Hometown, Dies At 97 Washington Nationals Owner Ted Lerner, Who Brought Baseball Back To His Hometown, Dies At 97
Washington Nationals Owner Ted Lerner, Who Brought Baseball Back To His Hometown, Dies At 97 Ted Lerner, the man who brought a World Series title to DC with the Washington Nationals and Montgomery County native has died at the age of 97. A real estate mogul who made his millions after founding one of the largest development companies in the region, Lerner purchased the Nationals from Major League Baseball for a reported $450 million after their transition from the Montreal Expos in 2006. He died on Sunday, Feb. 12 at his Montgomery County home in Chevy Chase.  Lerner was born in DC in 1925 and worked as an usher at Griffith Stadium to help foster his passion for baseball, accord…
Violent Armed Carjacker Gets Eight Years For Chevy Chase Gas Station Heist (VIDEO) Violent Armed Carjacker Gets Eight Years For Chevy Chase Gas Station Heist (VIDEO)
Violent Armed Carjacker Gets Eight Years For Chevy Chase Gas Station Heist (Video) A Prince George's County man will spend years behind bars for the violent carjacking of a 42-year-old woman at a Chevy Chase gas station two years ago while he was a teenager, authorities announced. Tyrece Jones, 21, has been sentenced to 25 years in prison with all but eight years suspended for a 2021 carjacking that was caught on camera (see above), Montgomery County State’s Attorney John McCarthy said. ICYMI: Defendant, Tyrece Jones, 21, of Oxon Hill, sentenced to eight years in prison (25 yrs suspend all but 8) for this violent carjacking of a 42-year-old woman that occurred at a Ch…
ABC News Producer Dax Tejera Dead At 37 ABC News Producer Dax Tejera Dead At 37
ABC News Producer Dax Tejera Dead At 37 ABC News' "This Week with George Stephanopoulos" producer Dax Tejera died suddenly on Friday, Dec. 23. He was 37 years old. The Chevy Chase native is survived by his wife, Veronica, and their daughters, Sofia and Ella. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Dax Tejera (@daxtejera) Tejera joined the ABC News team in 2017 and worked as a senior producer in Washington DC. He helmed the Sunday show since just before the COVID-19 pandemic. Previously, Tejera was the executive producer of Jorge Ramos' program with ABC-Univision and worked f…
Elderly Maryland Man Arrested For Long-Running Pickpocketing Scheme Elderly Maryland Man Arrested For Long-Running Pickpocketing Scheme
Elderly Maryland Man Arrested For Long-Running Pickpocketing Scheme Officers have charged an elderly man for a series of pickpocket thefts that occurred between April and September 2022 throughout several locations in Montgomery County, authorities announce. Arthur Earnest Kelly, 71, was arrested after being accused of distracting elderly victims in grocery stores before stealing their wallets and using their credit cards to purchase items at other stores, according to Montgomery County police. On Friday, Dec. 2, Kelly was arrested by officers in Chevy Chase. Officers were able to search Kelly's vehicle where they also found items of evidentiary value. Kel…
Motorcyclist Killed In Head-On Collision Under Investigation In Bethesda, Police Say Motorcyclist Killed In Head-On Collision Under Investigation In Bethesda, Police Say
Motorcyclist Killed In Head-On Collision Under Investigation In Bethesda, Police Say Police in Maryland are investigating after a 24-year-old motorcyclist was killed in a two-vehicle crash in Montgomery County. Chevy Chase resident Abdesselam Beggar was killed shortly after 7 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 12, according to the Montgomery County Department of Police, which announced their investigation into the fatal crash. The crash happened n Wisconsin Avenue near Chestnut Street in Bethesda.   Officials say that the initial investigation determined that Beggar was driving a blue 2018 Yamaha XV1900 motorcycle north on Wisconsin Avenue when he was struck by a Toyo…
Search Continues For Chevy Chase Woman Who Went Missing Overnight Search Continues For Chevy Chase Woman Who Went Missing Overnight
Search Continues For Chevy Chase Woman Who Went Missing Overnight A silver alert has been issued for a Chevy Chase woman who went missing overnight, authorities say. Gail Jacobs, 60, was last seen leaving the 7400 block of Wyndale Lane around 10:40 p.m., Wednesday, June 8, according to Montgomery County Police. Jacobs may be driving a black Mercedes Benz GLK with the Maryland tags 5DG3292. She was last seen wearing a red long-sleeve shirt, black pants, brown sandals, and eye glasses. Jacobs is described as 5-feet 7-inches tall with long brown hair and brown eyes. She weighs around 140 pounds. Police and family are concerned for her welfare. Anyone with…
California Man Went To Justice Kavanaugh's Home With Intent To Kill: Feds California Man Went To Justice Kavanaugh's Home With Intent To Kill: Feds
California Man Went To Justice Kavanaugh's Home With Intent To Kill: Feds A California man has been charged with the attempted murder of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh after telling dispatchers his intent was to do just that Wednesday, June 8, federal officials said. Nicholas John Roske, 26, of Simi Valley was found dressed in all black carrying a backpack and suitcase outside of Justice Kavanaugh's home in Chevy Chase, Maryland, the US Justice Department said. Here's the perp who wanted to kill Kavanaugh, Nicholas John Roske pic.twitter.com/Zt0hZJEv80 — 🍊 Terrance 🌴 (@Orsin_Buggy) June 8, 2022 Roske called the Montgomery County Emergency line saying …
Armed Man Threatened To Kill Justice Brett Kavanaugh Near His Maryland Home: What We Know Armed Man Threatened To Kill Justice Brett Kavanaugh Near His Maryland Home: What We Know
Armed Man Threatened To Kill Justice Brett Kavanaugh Near His Maryland Home: What We Know An armed California man who threatened to kill Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh near his Maryland home was in custody Wednesday, June 8, officials said. The man was reportedly upset over the leaked draft opinion that the high court was set to overturn Roe v. Wade. He was armed with multiple weapons in Montgomery County when he was apprehended near the justice’s home in Chevy Chase,  According to officials, the suspect - whose ID has not been released by police - never made it to Kavanaugh's property, but was apprehended on a nearby street. “As the President has consistently made…
Cold Case Killing Of Maryland's Leslie Jennings Remains Open Investigation Cold Case Killing Of Maryland's Leslie Jennings Remains Open Investigation
Cold Case Killing Of Maryland's Leslie Jennings Remains Open Investigation Monday, May 2 marked 21 years since Leslie Preer, 50, was found slain in her Montgomery County home.  Detectives however, have never stopped investigating the murder — and won't untl they have answers, they said. Preer's husband and went to check on her when she failed to show up to work that fateful day in 2001. Her blood was found in the foyer, and her coworker called the police to the Chevy Chase home on the 4800 block of Drummond Avenue around 11:47 a.m., reported the Washington Post.  Leslie was found dead inside of the residence with apparent trauma to her body. T…
Maryland Mom, Former News Producer Dies Months After Fiery Crash Maryland Mom, Former News Producer Dies Months After Fiery Crash
Maryland Mom, Former News Producer Dies Months After Fiery Crash A 61-year-old Maryland woman who struck a tree in her Audi sedan last September has died of injuries sustained in the accident, authorities said. Mary Frances Walsh, of Chevy Chase, struck a tree on Montgomery Avenue near East West Highway around 6:55 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 23, 2021, Montgomery County police said. Walsh was trapped in a 2014 Audi Q5, which was up in flames and had filled with smoke when firefighters arrived.  An off-duty county police officer and good Samaritan removed Walsh from the car, while a 14-year-old passenger was able to escape. The passenger was taken&…