The District of Columbia lost the following individuals to violence in recent days:
- June 13 — 1200 block of North Capitol Street, NW (shooting)
24-year-old Devin Butler, of No Fixed Address.
- June 14 — 1600 block of West Virginia Avenue, NE (shooting)
43-year-old Damon Bell, of no fixed address.
- June 15 — 1300 block of Pennsylvania Avenue, SE (shooting)
37-year-old Richfield Chang, of Southeast
- June 16 — 4300 block of 4th Street, SE (shooting)
30 year-old Arkeem Jackson, of Southeast
- June 19 — 700 block of Princeton Place, NW (shooting)
29-year-old Juan Marcell Grant, of Northwest
We are still in the 30-day mourning period for the following individuals lost to violence in the District:
- May 18 — 100 block of T Street, NE (shooting)
25-year-old Jonathan Hernandez of Southeast
- May 22 — 2300 block of Shannon Place, SE (shooting)
33-year-old Pierre Mercer, of Southeast
- May 26 — 3500 block of Wheeler Road, SE (shooting)
15-year-old Maurice Scott, of Southeast
- May 26 — 2700 block of Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue, SE (stabbing)
44-year-old Michael Hooker, of Southeast
- May 28 — 2600 block of Birney Place, SE (shooting)
36-year-old William Boykin, of District Heights, MD
- May 29 — 4600 block of Reed Terrace, SE (shooting)
34-year-old Eric Marshall, of Capitol Heights, MD
- June 1 — 5300 block of E Street, SE (shooting)
39-year-old Anthony Harris, of Northeast
- June 5 — 3500 block of 22nd Street, SE (shooting)
39-year-old Bruce Gilmore of Southeast
- June 7 — 4300 block of Windom Place, NW (shooting)
45-year-old Lola Gulomova, of Northwest
- June 7 — 4300 block of Windom Place, NW (shooting–appears self-inflicted)
51-year-old Jason Rieff, of Northwest
- June 8 — 800 Block of Crittenden Street, NW (shooting)
46-year-old Bryant McClain, of No Fixed Address
- June 12 — 300 block of 62nd Street, NE (shooting)
27-year-old Darryl Johnson, of Northeast
9:00 a.m., reportedly on the way to his child’s graduation
#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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