On Thursday, the police in the District of Columbia arrested an 18-year-old guy for 20 different violent acts. May was the month that witnessed the earliest crime.
Malique Tyrone Outland, age 18, from Northwest, District of Columbia was taken into custody by the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) after a search warrant was executed in the 2000 block of 1st Street Northwest.
The Metropolitan Police Department stated that the warrant was issued in connection with an armed carjacking that occurred on September 3 in the Northwest, District of Columbia.
Outland was also charged with unauthorized use of a vehicle and unlawful entrance, in addition to having probable cause for six armed robberies, nine armed carjackings, one assault with a dangerous weapon, two auto thefts, and one assault with a weapon. It was stated that he was accused of a total of twenty acts of violent crime.
On May 25, there was an armed robbery that took place in the Southeast, District of Columbia. All of the incidents, dates, and locations were documented on the webpage that the Metropolitan Police Department maintains.
According to the police, all of the instances are still being looked into at this time. Call the number (202) 727-9099 or send a text message to 50411 if you have any information.
During the course of the search, the cops located and confiscated a handgun.