Morning Rundown

by Andrew Ramonas February 25, 2016 at 9:15 am 0

Blind Whino SW Arts Club

Man With Hammer Arrested for Sex Abuse on Capitol Hill — U.S. Capitol Police arrested a hammer-wielding man for sex abuse, threats to do bodily harm and assault with a deadly weapon on the 100 block of Constitution Avenue NE last week. [WJLA]

Police Warn of Scammers Posing as Verizon Workers — Authorities are warning Capitol Hill-area residents to call police if they are visited by individuals identifying themselves as Verizon Internet technicians. [Hill Rag]

Planned Movie Theater in Navy Yard Faces Delays — The movie theater planned for N Place SE on D.C. Water property is facing delays as the agency works to leave the area. [JDLand]

Site Near NoMa Considered for Ward 6 Homeless Shelter — Though the District is moving forward with plans to build its new Ward 6 transitional housing facility next to the site of the Blind Whino art space at 700 Delaware Ave. SW, that wasn’t the only site it considered. [Hill Now]


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