Foxglove Court, Prince William County Police, Manassas Park Police discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News


Today and schedule your free in home estimate. 7 11 now in exchange of gunfire last night in woodbridge. Members of a narcotics task force and a suspect shot at each other at foxglove court, police say they were investigating fentanyl distribution, two men who were being investigated were shot, police aren't releasing their conditions. A lot of law enforcement agencies were there on the scene, Prince William county police, but NASA's police, manassas park police, the FBI, and the ATF. A local prosecutor says a wave of gun cases has been flooding courts in recent weeks. He's asking for help now from the General Assembly. We have a problem with ghost guns. Steve discount out fairfax county, Commonwealth's attorney. Guns that don't have serial numbers. Or where their serial numbers were scratched off. A bill that would have made it unlawful in Virginia to have a gun with altered or removed serial numbers, and another bill that would have required serial numbers on parts and ghost gun kits did not pass this year's General Assembly. The only reason to have a gun that's done traceable like that is to commit crimes. Critics of gun control measures say they only serve to disarm law abiding citizens in Northern Virginia. Christy king, WTO P news. A new army survey finds soldiers and their families aren't happy with military housing. We get that from federal news network to Scott marcion. The army saw a drop in satisfaction with residents of its government owned and government leased housing this year, privatized military housing satisfaction scores dropped nearly two points compared to last year with an overall rating of 74 out of 100. Army owned housing dropped about half a satisfaction point with an overall score of 72. The army is currently investing billions of dollars to improve its barracks and on base housing, the military is a whole still reckoning with privatized housing scandals that left service members in substandard living conditions. Scott marioni, federal news network. As a heat wave hits California, residents are being asked to cut back on how much electricity they use, including the juice they use for their electric cars. Owners of teslas and other electric cars here in California are being asked not to charge their vehicles between 4 p.m. and 9 p.m.. That has prompted some to ask questions about and eventual complete conversion to electric cars. Well, there's no way we could keep up right now if we suddenly went to a 100% clean cars. Severin bornstein of the University of California says 100% will consume a lot of power. It's about an extra 30%. Experts in the field say this will be one of the challenges as clean cars become more popular. Steve hunter man CBS News, Los Angeles. Coming up a recall of some dried mushrooms, 7 13

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