MPD: Arrest on the unit block of P Street NW for Felon in Possession

felon in possession

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Sent: Tuesday, August 28, 2018 11:16 AM
Subject: [MPD-5D] Narcotics and Special Investigations Division Activity Report [1 Attachment]
 

August 28, 2018                                    

Narcotics and Special Investigations Division Activity Report 

(Washington, DC)  – The Metropolitan Police Department’s Criminal Interdiction Unit and Gun Recovery Unit announced recent arrests that have been made in cases in the District of Columbia.  

Gun Recovery Unit Arrests: 

·         On Tuesday, August 23, 2018, members were patrolling in the Unit block of P Street, Northwest. CCN: 18-140-276. The following person was arrested:

·         44-year-old Timothy Doyle, of Northwest, DC, for Felon in possession.

 The Metropolitan Police Department continues to investigate these offenses. 

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