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May Crime Report: Tips for Securing Your Home

Overall property crime is up in AU Park, Friendship Heights, and Tenleytown this month, increasing 71 percent compared to April. The rise is driven mostly by car break-ins in residential areas and retail thefts in the Wisconsin Avenue commercial corridor, according to MPD Second District Commander Melvin Gresham.

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Tenley View Project, PEPCO Merger on Tonight’s ANC Agenda

Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 3E rings in the new year with its first meeting of 2015 tonight at 7:30 p.m. The meeting also marks the start of a new two-year term, with incumbents Jonathan Bender and Tom Quinn returning to the commission and newly elected representatives Anne Wallace, Amy Hall, and Jonathan McHugh taking their seats for the first time. Commission officers

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Burglaries Up 39% in Tenleytown Area

A recent spate of burglaries in the Metropolitan Police Department’s Second District, which encompasses most of Washington, D.C.’s northwest quadrant, has residents understandably concerned. This past Tuesday, September 7, 11 burglaries were reported in a single 24-hour period in the Second District, including two in our own neighborhood on Butterworth Place. At a September 24 meeting, Commander Michael Reese reported

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August Crime Report

Through the quick action of a school resource officer the perpetrator of a sexual assault against a juvenile in Tenleytown was apprehended late last week. While burglaries, thefts, and thefts from autos remained the most prevalent crimes across the Second District (MPD 2D) and the Tenleytown area.

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Neighborhood Watch Update: Overall Crime Down, But Burglaries Up

by Jon Bender Neighborhood Watch Director, PSA 202; Vice Chair, Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 3E  After a long hiatus, the Neighborhood Watch Update for Police Service Area 202 (AU Park, Friendship Heights, Tenleytown) is back with a good news/bad news edition. Compared to the same period in 2013, violent crime has declined for the period March to August, as has

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