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November 2012

November 30, 2012

District Man Sentenced to 15 Years in Prison For January 2012 Slaying in Southeast Washington -Victim Was Shot While Running Away from Confrontation -

District Man Convicted of Second-Degree Murder While Armed And Other Charges in 2009 Slaying in Northwest Washington -Defendant Attacked Victim in Parking Lot -

District Man Sentenced to Four-Year Prison Term For August 2012 Robbery in Northwest Washington -Defendant Pointed Gun at Three People in Separate Incidents That Day -

Former Caregiver Pleads Guilty to Neglect Charges

November 29, 2012

More Than 30 People Indicted on Federal Drug Charges, Accused of Conspiring to Distribute Cocaine, Heroin And Other Drugs in Washington, D.C. Region Arrests Today Follow FBI/MPD Investigation; Drugs, Weapons, and About $100,000 Seized in Searches at 31 Locations -

Former Background Investigator for Federal Government Pleads Guilty to Making a False Statement

November 27, 2012

District Man Sentenced to 120 Days in Jail For Felony Animal Cruelty in Violent Killing of Puppy -Defendant Dropped Cement Slab on Sleeping Dog -

November 21, 2012

District Man Sentenced to Four-Year Prison Term For Pulling Gun During Dispute With Babysitter -Defendant Caught After Throwing Gun and Cocaine Out of Bedroom Window -

November 20, 2012

Three Men Found Guilty of Conspiring to Distribute Cocaine In the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area -Evidence Included Nearly 30 Kilograms of Cocaine, Found in a Storage Locker -

District Man Pleads Guilty to First-Degree Murder In Kidnapping and Killing of 18-Year-Old Latisha Frazier -After Murder, Defendant Disposed of the Victim's Body in Dumpster -

Maryland Man Pleads Guilty to Voluntary Manslaughter For Taking Part in Robbery That Led to Victim's Death -Victim, Stabbed in the Attack, Died Weeks Later -

November 19, 2012

Maryland Man Pleads Guilty to Voluntary Manslaughter For Taking Part in Robbery That Led to Victim's Death -Victim, Stabbed in the Attack, Died Weeks Later -

Three Men Plead Guilty to Second-Degree Murder While Armed In 2011 Stabbing in Southeast Washington -Defendants Lured Victim to Scene, Stabbed, and Robbed Him; Attack Captured on Victim's 911 Call -

November 16, 2012

District Woman Pleads Guilty to Charges in Two Stabbings, Including One That Killed a Man -Attacks Took Place This Year in Northeast Washington -

Two District Men Sentenced to Decades in Prison For 2010 Murder in Southeast Washington -Third Defendant, the Gunman, Earlier Pled Guilty, Sentenced to 25-Year Term -

District Man Sentenced to 45 Years in Prison On Murder and Other Charges For Shooting at Group of Unarmed Young Men -Attack Killed One, Wounded Two Others, Near a Playground in Southeast Washington -

District Man Sentenced to Seven-Year Prison Term In Sexual Assault of an Acquaintance -Defendant Brandished a Knife, Then Attacked Victim at Her Apartment -

Business Owner Sentenced to 3 1/2 Years in Prison In $1.7 Million Mortgage Fraud Scheme -Homeowners Turned to Her to Avoid Foreclosure, Wound up Evicted -

November 15, 2012

Five People Indicted on Federal Charges in Drug Conspiracy, Accused of Distributing Heroin in Washington, D.C. Area -Second Major Enforcement Action This Month, Totaling Ten Arrests -

Nine Alleged Gang Members Indicted for Conspiring to Commit Robberies and Other Crimes in Northwest Washington -Group Targeted Victims in Chinatown, Adams Morgan and U Street Areas -

November 13, 2012

Former Council Chairman Kwame R. Brown Sentenced For Bank Fraud and Campaign Finance Violation -False Documents Used for Home Equity Loan and to Purchase a Boat -

Security Contractor to Pay $1 Million To Resolve Allegations of Overbilling at the Library of Congress -Claims Involved Work at Facilities on Capitol Hill -

November 9, 2012

Man Pleads Guilty to Traveling to the District of Columbia To Have Sex With Under-Aged Child

Woman Found Guilty of Second-Degree Murder While Armed In August 2011 Stabbing of Boyfriend -Murder Followed Argument at Wedding Reception -

Three Men, Including Two Former Employees, Found Guilty Of Conspiring to Steal Books From University Bookstore -Fourth Man Pled Guilty to Charges Weeks Before Trial -

November 8, 2012

District Man Pleads Guilty to Sexual Abuse Charges In Attacks on Women in Dupont Circle Area -Defendant Grabbed Victims As He Rode By on a Bicycle -

November 7, 2012

Two Pakistani Nationals Indicted For Conspiring to Illegally Ship Pharmaceuticals Into the United States Defendants Allegedly Shipped Nearly $780,000 of Drugs Into U.S.

Former U.S. Embassy Employee Pleads Guilty to Federal Charge In Scheme Involving Visa Applications -Defendant Worked at Embassy in Venezuela -

District Man Sentenced to 20-Month Prison Term For Making Bomb Threats Against Amtrak -Threats Caused Delays That Affected More Than 1,000 Rail Passengers -

November 6, 2012

California Man Sentenced to 15 Months in Prison For Conspiracy to Defraud USAID of $386,279 -Admitted Scheme to Embezzle Agency Funds Meant for Global Health -

November 2, 2012

District Man Sentenced to 14 Years in Prison For Armed Robbery of Couple in Northeast Washington-Good Samaritans Quick Work Helped Lead to Arrest-

District Man Sentenced to 14-Year Prison Term For Armed Robbery of Northeast Washington Liquor Store-Defendant Robbed Two Cashiers at Gunpoint-

Couple Indicted For Wire Fraud and Other Charges In Scheme to Steal Grant Funds Intended for Charitable Youth Boxing Program -Defendants Allegedly Used Money for Gambling, Other Personal Expenses-

Maryland Woman Sentenced to 75 Months in Prison For Defrauding D.C. Medicaid Program By Submitting Over $7 Million in Phony Claims - Defendant Billed Some Patients For More Than 24 Hours of Therapy In A Single Day -

Owner of Northwest Washington Carry-Out Pleads Guilty to Drug Distribution Charge-Defendant and Others Sold Cocaine Out of the Store-

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