Posts Tagged ‘Cathy Lanier’

The Needle: Boot It

Boot and Rally: There are so many people stealing Dacha beer garden's beer boots that nearby Ivy & Coney is recovering the large beer boot-shaped glasses at its own bar on a weekly basis. This is why we can't have nice things! -3
Guns Down: A federal judge issued D.C. a 90-stay before a ruling overturning the city's ban on handguns in public spaces goes into effect. Police Chief Cathy Lanier [...]

D.C. Attorney General Files Motion to Halt Implementation of Judge’s Ruling on Gun Laws

The District's Office of the Attorney General filed a motion this afternoon requesting that a federal court delay overturning a gun law until the city's appeal is heard. A U.S. District Court ruled this weekend that a D.C. gun law that prevents people from legally carrying handguns in the District's public places is unconstitutional.
D.C. Police Chief Cathy [...]

District Line Daily: Domestic Violence in D.C.

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D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier addressed the recent spate of murders this past week and said there [...]

The Police Complaints Board Wants D.C. Cops to Wear Body Cameras

The Metropolitan Police Department should outfit its officers with on-body cameras as a way to resolve citizen complaints and train officers on department procedures, according to a report the Police Complaints Board submitted today to Police Chief Cathy Lanier and Mayor Vince Gray.
This is far from a new idea in the District, and Lanier doesn't [...]

District Line Daily: Slowing Down

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Speed and traffic cameras in the District issued 125,461 fewer tickets in 2013 than the prior [...]

Volunteers Search for Relisha Rudd: “We Don’t Believe in Too Little Too Late”

Markita Bryant walked down Bladensburg Avenue NE Saturday with a bullhorn yelling, "Relisha Rudd. Eight years old. Gone missing in this area." A handful of other people followed her with stacks of fliers as they passed by the Holiday Inn Express—one of the last places the missing girl was seen with her presumed abductor, Kahlil Tatum, [...]

District Line Daily: Best of D.C. 2014!

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Make sure to read Washington City Paper's Best Of D.C. 2014 issue—192 pages of the [...]

MPD Identifies Man in Relisha Rudd Case Video, Finds No Answers

The Metropolitan Police Department has come up dry once again in its search for 8-year-old Relisha Rudd, who was last seen March 1.
On Friday, MPD released a video asking for the public's help in identifying a man in the footage in connection with the missing girl's case. Officials announced today that they interviewed the man, [...]

The Needle: MomoFuckYeah

 
Fingers Crossed: There's a chance David Chang's famous New York-based Momofuku is headed to CityCenterDC.  +4
Fashion-No-No: Are Nats-themed tights paired with heels a new trend? Let's hope not. -3

Police on Relisha Rudd: It’s “Heart-Wrenchingly Frustrating That We Don’t Have Answers”

Metropolitan Police Department Chief Cathy Lanier called the end to an exhaustive, week-long search today at Kenilworth Park and Aquatic Gardens for missing 8-year-old Relisha Rudd "bittersweet." While the fact that police didn't find her body there leaves hope that she is still alive, police still have no clues where Relisha could be.
"It is heart-wrenchingly frustrating that we don't [...]

District Line Daily: Bowser Ousts The Mayor

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Come 2015, Mayor Vince Gray will definitely not be the mayor of D.C. Ward 4 [...]

Police: Relisha Rudd Could Still Be Alive

The search for missing 8-year-old Relisha Rudd at the 700-acre Kenilworth Park and Aquatic Gardens in Northeast D.C. could be complete as early as tomorrow, Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy Lanier said at a press conference today at the park.
Police have been searching the sprawling park since last Thursday because Lanier said there was evidence that made [...]

Lanier: Man Found Dead in Kenilworth Park Appears to Have Committed Suicide (Updated)

The search for missing 8-year-old Relisha Rudd continues as officials comb through the 700-acre Kenilworth Park and Aquatic Gardens searching for signs of the girl, Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy Lanier told reporters this afternoon.
Lanier confirmed reports that police recovered a dead man's body today at the park and that the man appears to have committed [...]

Police on Relisha Rudd: “He May Have Killed Her”

Kahlil Tatum, the man authorities are seeking in connection with the disappearance of 8-year-old Relisha Rudd, could have killed her, Metropolitan Police Department Chief Cathy Lanier said Thursday afternoon.
Officials are now searching the sprawling Kenilworth Park and Aquatic Gardens, off Anacostia Avenue NE, for any signs of the missing girl.
The last sighting of Relisha was March 1, Lanier [...]

Police Chief Cathy Lanier: The Most Powerful Woman in Nonfederal D.C.?

Elle magazine released its 2014 "Women in Washington Power List," and only one woman working in D.C. government made the cut—and it's not mayoral candidate Muriel Bowser.
Police Chief Cathy Lanier made the list of 10 women, which included U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker, U.S. Sen. Susan Collins, and CNN's Dana Bash.
Lanier's power [...]

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