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Peter Hermann

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  • The Baltimore Sun
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Past articles by Peter:

Secret Service investigating suspicious substance found in White House

A field test indicated the substance was cocaine. Authorities sent the sample to a lab for further testing. → Read More

Fire damages Ristorante Piccolo in Georgetown

Two firefighters suffered minor injuries and were treated and released from a hospital. → Read More

Teen, 15, fatally shot in Southeast Washington

A teenager, 15, was fatally shot in Southeast Washington, according to police. The youth is the 12th juvenile fatally shot in D.C. this year. → Read More

Police, prosecutors target Kennedy Street Crew in Northwest D.C.

Authorities said that 12 members of the group were arrested and that 42 illegal firearms and large quantities of drugs were seized. → Read More

Two-alarm fire burns building on H Street in Northeast Washington

A two-alarm fire burned an unoccupied building on H Street in Northeast Washington. → Read More

Man dies in apartment fire in Southeast Washington

The fatal fire early Monday in the Washington Highlands neighborhood was confined to the victim's kitchen, officials say. → Read More

Shootings in D.C. kill two teen cousins, critically injure 6-year-old

Teenager killed, youngster shot and critically wounded in spate of shootings involving young people in D.C. → Read More

Teen slain, child critical after two D.C. shootings

A teen was slain and a child was in critical condition after separate shootings in Southeast Washington. → Read More

Woman missing from D.C. is found dead in Maryland, police say

Danielle Denise Moss's body was discovered in Waldorf, Md. She had been missing since April. → Read More

Police arrest suspect in fatal shooting aboard Metro train

The suspect is accused of shooting a 17-year-old during a dispute aboard a Metro train as it pulled into the Waterfront station. → Read More

Bystander struck and killed after dispute, gunfire in Shaw, police say

Gunfire erupted after a dispute between three men, authorities said. The victim did not appear to be connected to the dispute. → Read More

Prosecutors say no charges in fatal shooting by FBI agent at Metro Center

The U.S. attorney’s office said 28-year-old Troy “TJ” Bullock pushed the agent over a wall on the platform of the station. → Read More

Man fatally shot in Brentwood in Northeast Washington

D.C. police arrest a suspect in an unrelated fatal stabbing in Southeast. → Read More

AG seeks deal with D.C. police lodge over allegedly illegal whiskey sales

The police lodge was selling Jack Daniels online. The Attorney General's office said in a proposed settlement that the practice might have broke the law. → Read More

D.C. police investigating two homicides in Southeast Washington

A man stabbed on May 25 in Southeast Washington has died; police identify woman fatally stabbed in Potomac Avenue apartment → Read More

Departing D.C. police chief says he pushed city to ‘think differently’

In an interview, Robert J. Contee III said he instituted reforms, but he also tried to advocate for punishment to be a part of the justice system. → Read More

Man, 19, fatally shot in Southwest Washington

The 19-year-old was fatally shot in Southwest Washington’s Bellevue neighborhood, according to D.C. police. → Read More

Man slain in daylight shooting, D.C. police say

The man was shot about 4:20 p.m. in the 3900 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue SW, police said. → Read More

Police rescue woman who says she was abducted, kept naked in U-Haul truck

A Maryland man was arrested and charged with kidnapping the woman, who said he drove her around for hours after forcing her into the truck. → Read More

Three killed in three days in D.C. shootings, police say

As of Friday, homicides in the District were up about 8 percent over this time last year. → Read More