District Neighbors Lost to Violence Jan 25 – Feb 1, 2017

The District of Columbia lost the following individual to violence this past week:

  • January 29 — 200 block of 51st Street, NE (shooting)
    34-year-old Wilson Agbebaku, of Oxon Hill, MD.

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

  • Dec 25 — 3200 block of Walnut Street, NE (officer-involved shooting)
    29-year-old Gerald Hall of Northeast.
  • Dec 26 — 200 Block of Cedar Street, NW (shooting)
    37-year-old James Dorsey Jr., of no fixed address.
  • Dec 26 — 2200 block of M Street, NW (strangulation, trauma)
    46-year-old Tricia McCauley of Northwest
  • Dec 27 — 800 block of Xenia Street, SE (shooting)
    22-year-old Herbert Dowtin, of Southeast.
  • December 16/July 23 — 2700 block of New York Ave NE (trauma)
    one-month-old Christopher Antonio Conley, Jr., of Northeast
    (child injured on 7/9, died on 7/23;
    homicide determined 12/16, announced 12/28)
  • December 31 — 4600 block of East Capitol Street NE (stabbing)
    25-year-old Antoinios Deangelo Butler, of Southeast
  • January 6 — unit block of Massachusetts, NE (assault)
    57-year-old Richard Lewis, of no fixed address
    assault occurred on 10/2/16; victim succumbed on 1/6/17
  • January 7 — 3500 block of 6th Street, SE (shooting)
    23-year-old Devin Hall of Temple Hills, MD.
  • January 8 — 1400 block of W Street, NW (stabbing)
    23-year-old Waliyatou Amadou of Northwest.
  • January 16 — 2400 block of Elvans Road, SE (shooting)
    68-year-old Vivian Marrow of Southeast
    mother of 3, grandmother of 11; important community presence
  • January 17 — 600 block of 14th Place, NE (shooting)
    22-year-old Ronnell Tye Reaves of Suitland, MD.
  • January 17 — 4400 block of Hayes Street, NE (shooting)
    44-year-old Anthony Irving, of Northeast.
    advocate for returning citizens
  • January 24 — 1600 block of Benning Road, NE (shooting)
    35-year-old Willie Starkey, of Northeast

#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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