Neighbors Lost to Violence Mar 18 – 24

The District of Columbia recently experienced the following losses to homicide:

  • March 20 — 1200 block of Southern Avenue, SE (shooting)
    Seventh District, Ward 8
    23-year-old Deonte Minor, of King George, VA
  • March 20 — unit block of Madison Street, NE (shooting)
    Fourth District
    21-year-old Demetris Johnson, of Southeast
  • March 22 — 1200 block of Orren Street, NE shooting)
    Fifth District
    28-year-old Ervin Henderson, Jr., of Northeast

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

  • February 18 — 1000 block of Thomas Jefferson Street, NW (shooting)
    Second District
    30-year-old Youness Zarouaki, of Alexandria, VA.
  • February 19 — 6000 block of Chillum Place, NE (shooting)
    Fourth District
    60-year-old Geno Freeman, of Hyattsville, MD
  • February 21 — 3900 block of Minnesota Avenue, NE (stabbing)
    Sixth District, Ward 7
    50-year-old Walter Lee Rogers, of no fixed address.
  • February 23 — 1100 block of Howard Road, SE (shooting)
    Seventh District, Ward 8
    Victim succumbed on February 24
    49-year-old Marcus Covington, of Southwest
  • February 26 — announcement re: 3600 block of F Street, SE (shooting)
    Sixth District, Ward 7 2/4 report of human skeletal remains in Fort Dupont Park
    death subsequently ruled homicide
    44-year-old Keith Johnson, of Southeast
  • March 1 (1/14) — 2600 block of Sheridan Road, SE (strangulation)
    announcement on March 1** of 1/14/21 homicide
    Seventh District, Ward 8
    42-year-old Lakisha Barnes, of no fixed address
  • March 3 — unit block of 35th Street, NE (shooting)
    Sixth District, Ward 7
    30-year-old Antonio Wilkinson, of Northeast
  • March 13 — 1200 block of Irving Street, NE (shooting)
    Fifth District, Ward 5
    18-year-old Isaiah Armstead, of Southeast
  • March 13 — 600 block of O Street, NW (shooting)
    Third District, Ward 6
    29-year-old Nicolas Hawkins, of Greenbelt, MD

#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.

#SayThisName for each person lost.

Mourn. Organize.
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