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"On air on Alexa and on the W T. O P s. It is four Oh, three on a Saturday May the 22nd 2021 87 degrees right now headed up to near 90. Good to have you along this afternoon. I'm Mike Murillo. The top local stories. We're following this our new details this afternoon, a deadly car crash that happened in Aspen Hill. We now know the identities of the two elderly passengers that died in that crash. Montgomery County Police say the crash happened at around 5 30 yesterday afternoon on Park Vista Drive near Hatteras Way of 2018. Toyota Avalon crashed into an unoccupied parked vehicle and was on Fire with three people trapped inside early arriving officers among them an off duty. Maryland state trooper used fire extinguishers. Firefighters got there and ripped off the roof. But it was too late 78 year old Martha Louise Ross, the front seat passenger and 91 year old Joan Williams Jenkins, the rear seat passenger were dead. The driver was 86 year old Carl Neil Ross. They all lived in the 3200 block of North Leisure World Boulevard. Police say they don't know why the crash happened. Christopher Cruz w T. O p knew a person is found dead. Weston home this morning. Police say they're investigating the case as a homicide that was found in apartment on Shire Court right off of Glade Drive just before nine this morning. Fairfax County Police say they have a person of interest in custody and are awaiting a medical examiner's report. For the cause of death. There is no threat to the public, they say. Easy. Police have located a piece of evidence they were looking for after a grandmother who shot was shot and killed in South East L. A main Neil was the 65 year old grandmother, who was shot outside her home Wednesday on Cue Street near Minnesota Avenue. Police said they were looking for a silver sedan that was caught on surveillance footage. And we've learned that police have found that car. It was located on the Baltimore Washington Parkway, and it was on fire the victim's daughter location Neal on NBC four. Hoping to help with the case up, Vega found a fellow who actually did this. Investigators say the victim was not the intended target in the shooting. There's a $25,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest. Nick I. Nelly w T. O P. News 405 D C recognized some of its most dedicated employees during a ceremony last night honoring them for their hard work during the pandemic from D C police officers for their response to the capital riot to the district's homeland security team. The district's employee appreciation ceremony handed out more than 30 awards. I want to say on behalf of our entire community. Thank you. Public works and murals, D C were also recognized for the creation of black lives matter. Plaza. City leaders also honored the teams at the core of setting policies during the pandemic for their leadership. I'm also extremely thankful And like Peacock, proud of the.
"north leisure world boulevard" Discussed on WTOP
"Is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T. O P s one of three on Saturday may 22nd 2021 84 degrees another hot day highs near 90. Good afternoon. I'm Sandy coz l with the top local stories we're following this hour. Two elderly passengers are dead and their driver's been seriously injured in a crash in Montgomery County. Police say it happened late yesterday afternoon and the Aspen Hill area 2018 Toyota crashed into an unoccupied vehicle on Park Vista Drive. The Toyota quickly caught on fire, trapping the driver and his passengers early arriving. Police used Fire extinguishers and firefighters ripped off the roof, but the two passengers died there. Identified a 78 year old Martha Louise Ross and 91 year old Joan Williams. Jenkins be 86 year old driver, Carl Neil Ross is expected to survive. They all lived on the 3200 block of North Leisure World Boulevard. Police are still trying to figure out what caused the crash. Christopher Cruz w T. O P News the vehicle's been found that may be connected to the shooting death of a grandmother in D. C. We are following new developments in the shooting that left A 65 year old grandmother dead outside of her home Wednesday on Cue Street near Minnesota Avenue Southeast. Police say they have now located a vehicle of interest in the case. The silver sedan was found on the Baltimore Washington Parkway on fire. The same car was seen on surveillance footage. The night that Ella Mae Neil was shot not only just take her from me Obstacle away from her mom that he let her get a chance to live her mom each that's the victim's daughter. Location. Neal on NBC four when compared to the same time last year, D. C. Homicides are up 35%. Nikolai Nelly. W T. O P. News. A fight between the Montgomery County Police, union and county leaders now has the union suing the county. It's related to a use of force bill that was passed by the county Council last year. Corporate vice president of F O P. Lodge 35 Leigh Holland says the suit against Montgomery County filed this week doesn't take issue with all reforms within the bill. Rather that law enforcement didn't have a seat at the table. We're the ones rather doing the work or the one that she had the voice of how this policy will protect our health and safety, he says. Some officers aren't clear about the parameters of the use of force policy passed in August. 2020, for example, using on Lee Proportional force meaning If the person's using hand against you, you could only his hands when we have other equipment are helps to try to counter act the struggles that just pepper spray look. Emery County Police says it will not comment on pending litigation. Megan Cloherty w. T. O P News Montgomery County Council member Will Jawando is reacting to the lawsuit. Any suit that would see you say that this is not a legal piece of law or piece of legislation? We just don't think of accurate, he says. The new policy says basic rules such as keeping police from firing at moving cars and hitting restrain suspects. District is honoring the resilience and heroism of those who responded to the January 6th insurrection and recognized the impact the pandemic his head on the city during the district's employee appreciation ceremony, D. C. Police officers and others who responded to the attack on the Capitol were honored with a commendation of valor for their bravery. And perseverance. We salute these agencies and thank them for their selfless protection of our democracy. Chris Guild Art is the deputy mayor of public safety and justice. Those who have responded to the pandemic and works tirelessly to keep the city running during the shutdown also received awards in all 30 awards were handed out. I couldn't be prouder of our team here, marry a Bowser. I want to say on behalf of our entire community. Thank you. And thank you from the bottom of my heart. Melissa. How w t O P news. It's one of seven. Okay, parachutes ready or the things I go through to get on all our rights and.