Drive-by suspect charged
A teen suspected in the NoMa-area drive-by shooting that injured 13 people has been charged.
Craig Steven Wilson, 19, is charged with assault with intent to kill and was ordered held without bond Saturday.
Video footage of the March 11 incident shows two vehicles driving southbound on North Capitol Street while people run and fall to the ground. One of the vehicles, a Mercedes CLK, was registered to Wilson, according to a charging document.
Data from Wilson's GPS-monitoring bracelet showed that for a period of time before the shooting, Wilson was in the unit block of Patterson Street NE, a block where a nightclub is located near the scene of the shooting, according to a court document.
The GPS data also show that, in the hour before the shooting, Wilson was in a vehicle circling the area where the shooting took place. He was then at the scene of the shooting when it happened, court papers state.
Police as of Friday were seeking 19-year-old Andrew Davon Allen for questioning regarding the incident.
Authorities have determined that four handguns were used during the incident. Based on shell-casing evidence it appears that only two of the guns were used by people in the vehicles, according to the court filing.
Teen who tried to steal D.C. cop's car arrested
A District teenager who tried to steal the car of an off-duty D.C. police officer in Clinton has been arrested, police said.
Demetrice Littles, 19, faces charges including first-degree assault and kidnapping, according to Prince George's County police.
Friday morning, the officer saw a man approach his family's car where his 9-year-old daughter was sitting. The girl jumped out of the car safely, and the man then started to drive across the front lawn toward the officer. The officer shot at the car, the vehicle crashed, and its driver fled in a different vehicle, police said.
Littles was identified as a suspect after he sought treatment for a gunshot wound. - Naomi Jagoda