District Neighbors Lost to Violence July 6 – July 12, 2017

The District of Columbia lost the following individuals due to violence in the past week:

  • July 5 — 300 block of 50th Street, NE (shooting)
    43 year-old Malachi Yisrael of Southeast
  • July 8 — 3500 block of Water Street, NW (shooting)
    19 year-old Kennedy Javier Amaya-Olivares, of Severn, Maryland

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

  • June 7 — 1100 block of Queen Street, NE (assault, smoke)
    Incident 1/26/17; cause of death, homicide declared 6/7.
    66-year-old Awlachew Ayele, of Northeast.
  • June 9 — 800 block Chesapeake Street, SE (stabbing)
    29 year-old Dominic Brooks, of Southeast
  • June 12 — 500 block of Parkland Place, SE (shooting)
    33-year-old Jason Antonio Dale, of Southeast.
  • June 14 — 5800 block of Fields Place, NE (shooting)
    28-year-old Julius Leroy Foreman, of Northeast, DC.
  • June 16 — 2700 block of Langston Place, SE (shooting)
    25-year-old Malik Hill, of Southeast
  • June 19 — 300 block of 54th Street, SE (shooting)
    51-year-old Reginald Parks, of Northeast
  • June 21 — 700 block of 51st Street, NE (shooting)
    41-year-old Robin Fitzgerald, of Northeast
  • June 26 — 1600 block of R Street, SE (6/17 stabbing)
    23 year-old Leonte Cox, of Southeast
  • June 26 — 1300 block of Southern Avenue, SE (shooting)
    Victim shot April 9; succumbed May 17; homicide declared 6/26/17
    24-year-old Zaan Scott, of Southeast
  • June 28 — 1300 block of Trinidad Avenue, NE (trauma)
    29-year-old Michael Vest, of Northeast
  • June 29 — 800 block of 46th Street, NE (shooting)
    33-year-old Jeffery Lawrence King, of Woodbridge, VA
  • July 5 — Unit block of Galveston Street, SW (shooting)
    46-year-old George Denny Jr., 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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