The District of Columbia lost the following individuals to violence this past week:
- March 23 — 1900 block of 13th Street, SE (shooting)
38-year-old Daquan Hooks, of Northeast
- March 24 — 1900 block of Fairlawn Avenue, SE (shooting)
32-year-old Maurice Nathaniel Jackson of Southeast
- March 25 — 1500 block of White Place, SE (shooting)
24-year-old Nathaniel Davis, of Accokeek, MD.
- March 28 — 2100 block of Alabama Avenue, SE (shooting)
31-year-old Antwan Jones, of Arlington, VA.
- February 24 — 1200 block of Holbrook Street, NE (officer-involved shooting)
47-year-old Timothy Lionel Williams, of no fixed address.
- February 27 — Unit Block of Hanover Place, NW (shooting)
31-year-old James Mace III, of Northwest.
- March 3 — 200 block of Rhode Island Avenue, NE (3/2 assault)
41-year-old Desmond Joseph, of Northeast
- March 4 — 2700 block of Langston Place, SE (shooting)
34-year-old Delonta Alexander, of Southwest
- March 5 — 3500 block of Wheeler Road, SE (3/1 shooting)
28-year-old Andrew McPhatter, of Southeast
- March 10 — 2300 block of Pennsylvania Avenue, SE (shooting)
24-year-old Tyrone Johnson, of Southeast
- March 11 — 1800 block of Bruce Place, SE (stabbing)
51-year-old Dennis Lee Wise, of Southeast
- March 11 — 4000 block of South Capitol Street, SE (stabbing)
26-year-old Leonte Butler, of no fixed address.
- March 17 — 2200 block of Minnesota Avenue, SE (shooting)
33-year-old Steven Edward Stewart Jr., of Southeast
- March 17 — 4000 block of Cole Boulevard, SE (shooting)
43-year-old Bernard Coleman, of Southeast
- March 21 — 4300 block of Benning Road, NE (3/20 shooting)
18-year-old Ayana McAllister, of Upper Marlboro, MD
college student home on break (WUSA9 story; story in Washington Post)
- March 21 — 600 block of 14th Street, NE (stabbing)
34-year-old Corrina Mehiel, of Burnsville, NC
artist/art teacher at Corcoran School of the Arts & Design (NBC report)
#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.)
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