Posts Tagged ‘stabbing’

District Line Daily: Housing Prey

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A Washington Post investigation found that the D.C. government has auctioned off tax liens for decades, resulting [...]

Metro Bad News Roundup: Stabbed Legs, Protesting Employees Edition

The Metro system, once a reliable point of pride for D.C.'s boosters, has had a rough few years: Safety problems, escalator outages, and rising prices have made the subway a regular subject of local griping. At times, it can be hard to keep up with the torrent of unflattering Metro-related scoops. As a public service,Washington [...]

Would You Like a Stabbing With That?

Despite the arrival of such benchmarks of gentrification as cheesy reality shows and pot delivery services, the District remains a place where you could be stabbed at dinner. Today, the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board will conduct a fact-finding hearing regarding a July 31 brawl between four men (two against two) at Gloria's [...]

Not Guilty! Judge Exonerates Defendants in Robert Wone Case

Three Dupont Circle men accused of conspiring to cover up the 2006 murder of D.C. attorney Robert Wone will go free.
Judge Lynn Leibovitz on Tuesday exonerated defendants Joseph Price, Victor Zaborsky and Dylan Ward in the sensational trial which captivated Washington for weeks. The three housemates were charged with conspiracy and obstruction of justice. Price was also on trial for evidence tampering.
"It is [...]

Romantic Woes Weighed On Wone Suspects Weeks Before Murder

Just six weeks before the grisly murder of D.C. lawyer Robert Wone in their guest room, the housemates at 1509 Swann Street NW may have been struggling to keep their romantic threesome intact.
Documents recently filed by prosecutors suggest that defendant Dylan Ward may have been losing interest in lover Joseph Price. Both Ward and co-defendant [...]

Closing Arguments Set For Today in Robert Wone Trial

It was an intruder that stabbed Robert Wone, one who entered through an unlocked back door. That's their story, but prosecutors seeking to convict Joseph Price, Victor Zaborsky and Dylan Ward don't buy it. They think the gay threesome, now facing charges of conspiracy and obstruction of justice, made up their accounts of what happened on August 2, 2006. Prosecutors say [...]

Getting Stabbed ‘Actually Not Painful,’ Expert Says in Wone Case

As far as we know, Robert Wone stayed really still for his murderer. Even as the killer plunged a kitchen knife, estimated at between four-and-a-half to five-and-a-half inches long, through him three times, one time with enough force to break through the bone of his sternum. Even as he oozed blood into his gray William and Mary t-shirt [...]

Forensic Expert Applies the Heinz 57 Defense in Robert Wone Case

Forensic scientist to the stars, Dr. Henry Lee (seen above discussing the death of Michael Jackson with CNN's Larry King), testified Monday in the sensational trial of three Dupont Circle men accused of conspiring to cover up the 2006 murder of D.C. attorney Robert Wone.
Analyzing photos of a kitchen knife found at the crime scene, Lee testified that blood stains on [...]

Stabbing Expert Testifies On Robert Wone’s Oddly Uniform Wounds

Maryland chief medical examiner Dr. David Richard Fowler took the stand Wednesday in the sensational trial of three Dupont Circle men accused of conspiring to cover up the 2006 murder of D.C. attorney Robert Wone.
D.C. investigators had asked Fowler to review Wone's autopsy report, x-rays and crime scene photos. The forensic pathologist, with some 6,000 autopsies under [...]

Defense Hounds Cops for Questioning Robert Wone’s Sexuality

Defense attorneys hounded investigators on Tuesday about their apparent obsession with murdered attorney Robert Wone's sexuality.
The subject is a recurring line of questioning during video footage of police interrogations of supects Joe Price and Dylan Ward, who alongside housemate Victor Zaborsky, stand accused of covering up Wone's killing.
While interviewing defendant Price on the night of crime, for instance, Detective Daniel [...]

Stabbing at Shaw-Howard U. Metro Station

D.C. Fire and EMS says two patients have been transported to area hospitals following a stabbing either in or around the Shaw-Howard University Metro Station around 10:30 a.m. this morning. Their injuries are not serious.
According to a preliminary report filed by Metro police, the violence erupted on account of a domestic dispute between a man and [...]

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