District Neighbors Lost to Violence Mar 20 – Mar 27

The District of Columbia lost the following individual to violence in recent days:

  • March 23 — 1200 block of Brentwood Road, NE (shooting)
    23-year-old Rafiq Hawkins, of Northeast

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

  • February 22 — 1600 block of Benning Road, NE (stabbing)
    39-year-old Jason Wood, of Northwest
  • February 24 — 600 block of 46th Place, SE (shooting)
    33-year-old Mark Mosley, of Northwest
  • February 24 — 4300 block of Georgia Avenue, NW (shooting)
    30-year-old David Elijah Brandon, of Burtonsville, MD.
  • February 25 — 4700 block of 1st Street, SW (shooting)
    35-year-old Georgette Goodman, of Southwest
  • February 27 — 400 block of 37th Place, SE (2/19/19 shooting)
    19-year-old Corey Farmer, of Southeast
  • February 27 — 1300 block of Monroe Street, NW (shooting)
    23-year-old Jamal Kwame Crump, of Northwest
  • March 1 — 2600 block of Wade Road, SE (shooting)
    64-year-old Jawaid Bhutto, of Southeast
  • March 6– 5000 block of D Street, SE (stabbing)
    40-year-old Natina Kiah, of Southeast
  • March 7 — Unit block of Haley Place SE (shooting elsewhere)
    location of homicide is under investigation
    27-year-old Brian Kennedy, Jr., of Temple Hills, MD
  • March 14 — 1300 block of Columbia Road, NW (shooting)
    25-year-old Dawud Debruhl of Northwest
  • March 17 — 1800 Block of Q Street, SE (assault)
    37-year-old Ahmed Simms, of Southeast
  • March 17 — 500 block of Montana Avenue, NE (stabbing)
    59-year-old Thurman Knight, of Northeast
  • March 19 — 4300 block of G Street, SE (March 16 blunt force)
    3-month-old Skylar Newman of Southeast

#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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