Week in Review

In brief:

DC is on track to have fewer homicides than last year.

Ricardo Mitchell was ordered held on substantial probability that he killed Wyatt Earp Robinson outside a Minnesota Avenue seafood shop this summer.

Honduran President Porfirio Lobo looked at DC’s homicide record this week while on a visit to the United States. Lobo asked his national security cabinet to look at how DC has lowered the number of reported murders from over 500 yearly to around 100 yearly.

Miguel Angel Drullard Jr. was killed in a hit-and-run crash in Petworth; police said he was intentionally struck and the case is a homicide.

Donald McCorkle was held pending a preliminary hearing on suspicion of second-degree murder in the death of Bruce Parker. McCorkle’s attorney said the slaying might have been in self-defense.

A juvenile died after being found stabbed in Petworth. The victim has not yet been identified by police.

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