District Neighbors Lost to Violence July 28-Aug 3, 2016

The District lost the following individuals to homicide this past week:

  • July 30 — 3500 block of 14th Street, NW (shooting)
    29-year-old Edward Roberts Jr, of an unknown address
  • July 30 — 2300 block of Good Hope Road, SE (shooting)
    19-year-old Anaiona Gaston of Hyattsville.
  • July 31 — I-295/Firth Sterling Avenue, SE overpass (shooting)
    25-year-old Judonne Stephens, of Northeast.
  • August 2 — 1800 block of Newton Street, NW (stabbing)
    32-year-old Pedro Sixto Esparragoza, of Northwest.
  • August 3 — 1600 block of V Street, SE (shooting)
    20-year-old Robert Lee Vinson, of Northwest, DC.

We are still in the 30-day mourning period for the following individuals lost to violence in the District:

  • June 29 — 800 block of Bladensburg Road, NE (shooting)
    25-year-old Matheno El of no fixed address. (Victim identified 7/1)
  • July 2 — 200 block of 50th Street, NE (shooting)
    35-year-old John Williams III of Northeast.
  • July 2 — 3500 block of 18th Street, SE (shooting)
    30-year-old Antoine McCullough of Southeast
  • July 3 — 300 block of V Street, NE (shooting)
    42-year-old Omar Lindsay of no fixed address.
  • July 4 — 1300 block of 49th Street, NE (Metro police shooting)
    21-year-old Sidney Washington Jr. of Southeast
  • July 9 — 2300 block of Hartford Street, SE (stabbing)
    50-year-old Alan Smith, of Southeast, DC.
  • July 10 — 2100 block of Flagler Place, NW (shooting)
    27-year-old Seth Conrad Rich, of Northwest
  • July 13 — 200 block of Division, NE (July 4 shooting)
    22-year-old Deeniqua Dodds of Northeast.
  • July 15 — 400 block of Burbank Street, SE (trauma)
    29-year-old Jerimi Stephan Meade of Southeast.
  • July 15 — 4300 block of 4th Street, SE (shooting)
    20-year-old Sharod Harris of Southwest.

#SayThisName for each person lost.

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Data are taken from DC’s Metropolitan Police Department notices. (See “About” for a little more.)

For thoughts on responding from a faith perspective, please visit Song Every Day.


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