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Man fatally stabbed at Woodley Park Metro station

A man was was fatally stabbed inside the Woodley Park Metro station early Saturday morning, according to authorities.

Few details were available about the stabbing, which occurred at approximately 1:17 a.m., according to police spokesman Officer Paul Metcalf. The victim, described only as an adult male, was taken to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead Saturday morning.

It is unclear what preceded the stabbing, Metcalf said, though D.C. police have several suspects in custody. The incident remains under investigation.

P.G. officers suspended for crude Internet video

Two Prince George's County police officers who appeared in uniform in a racially-charged YouTube video were suspended without pay on Friday, Chief Mark Magaw announced.

The officers, both patrolmen from District V, appeared in what Magaw described as a spoof video about "driving while black." The two black officers are shown pulling over a black driver while dressed in their police uniforms and driving a Prince George's County police cruiser.

During the traffic stop, the officers' conversation with the driver was littered with "demeaning language, racial slurs, and crude stereotypes," he said.

Magaw was made aware of the video, which was posted on YouTube, after an anonymous tip was placed to the department's internal affairs division Friday morning.

Police officials did not identify the officers. One is a 10-year veteran of the department. The other has spent three years with Prince George's County police.

D.C. police charge man for indecent exposure

D.C. police arrested a man for allegedly exposing himself to a juvenile, and are trying to determine if the suspect has been involved in any other offenses.

Kwame Booker, 22, was arrested Friday and charged with indecent exposure.

Authorities say Booker exposed himself to a juvenile on the 2900 block of Georgia Avenue NW on Oct. 20. shortly after midnight.

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