D.C., Jenny Glick, Marshall Service discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

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Be for sale with proceeds going to the preservation of the mansion Hogans are also asking guests to bring unwrapped toys to be donated to children in need Jenny glick WTP news The U.S. Marshals service has begun transferring inmates from the D.C. jail to other federal facilities because of concerns about conditions at the jail So far 200 people have been transferred to a federal prison lewisburg Pennsylvania lewisburg Pennsylvania I should say among other facilities family members and advocates have been concerned about which inmates were being transferred and when the Marshall service has said it intends to move all of the approximately 400 inmates from the D.C. jail after a surprise inspection turned up a lengthy list of serious complaints including clogged toilets guards withholding food and water as punishment and other abuses Detectives from the D.C. police homicide branch investigating a man shot to death early this morning in southeast where there's a report of a shooting in the false terrace area just off Alabama avenue in southeast That happened about 1 a.m. this morning Officers found the man suffering from multiple gunshot wounds He's been identified as Willie Spain junior He's 40 years old lives in southeast D.C. the Metropolitan Police department offers a reward of up to $25,000 to anyone who provides information leading to a homicide conviction A Virginia man has been sentenced to more than 17 years in prison for weapons charges and threatening to kill a witness set to testify against him The U.S. attorney's office for the eastern district of Virginia says 5 time convicted felon 32 year old Adonis marquise took pictures of himself holding a variety of firearms This after his arrest during a traffic stop prosecutors say he spent the next 7 months making recorded calls threatening to kill a witness and her family members if she testified against him Perry is also accused of threatening to hurt or kill at least 5 of his 7 court appointed attorneys and even lunged at one of them in the middle of a status hearing in federal court Last year Ford's theater did a radio play of Scrooge during the pandemic this year it's back to doing live in person productions of a Christmas Carol We're doing kind of a reimagined version this year So it's scaled down but it's still the essence of the play Actor Craig Wallace enjoys charting Scrooge's character arc It's just really a beautiful journey because as an actor I start locked and by the end of the play I'm completely open So to travel that trajectory is so great part of his transformation is learning what generosity is As always the cast will accept charitable donations The charity is theater Washington's taking care fund So far they've given out over $700,000 in emergency grants to artists in D.C. Maryland and Virginia Jason Riley WTP news Money news next on WT but just before the break a reminder for you to check out WTF entertainment editor Jason Philly's conversation with Motown founder Berry Gordy All I started you know writing great Great thoughts that I had that I felt that everybody in the world would relate to Gordy is being honored at the Kennedy Center this weekend You can find Jason's beyond the fame podcast wherever you get your podcast.

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