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Radio host Pamela Lackner Edie was found beaten to death in her townhouse. Her murder is still unsolved. View Listing »
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Susan Noelle Cvengros was found stabbed to death and with her throat slit in her Northeast Washington basement apartment. Her case remains unsolved. View Listing »
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Florence Eyssalenne, a 22-year-old paralegal, was discovered in the bedroom of locked apartment beaten and with her throat slit. Eyssalenne joined the Spiegel & McDiarmid law firm after graduating from Harvard. According to the 1985 report of the incidence, she was the third employee of the law firm killed since 1981. The case remains unsolved. Greta Rainey was found strangled to death in her partner's, Roxanne Johnson's, apartment. Johnson, who originally discovered the body and notified polic… View Listing »
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At approximately 4:05 am, Cutberto Paredes Nava was stabbed to death on the first floor. A warrant for Jose Manuel Romero has been issued. View Listing »
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Norman Lawrence Rich (aka “Semo,” “Mo”) was fatally shot in his home. The case remains unsolved. View Listing »
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Bessie Mae Duncan and Roy Picott both died due to injuries caused by a fire at their home. Originally, the fire was believed to have been accident, caused by an incorrectly discarded cigarette. However, in 2007, serial arsonist Thomas Sweatt confessed to starting the fire that killed the couple. View Listing »
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Serial arsonist Thomas Sweatt set fire to 1210 Montello Avenue NE. The smoke seeped through the walls into the adjoining house leading to the death of Annie Brown. View Listing »
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At approximately 8:55 pm, Charlene Dorsey was shot and killed. The case remains unsolved. View Listing »
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As summarized by Wikipedia: Robert Eric Wone, aged 32, was an American lawyer who was murdered in Washington, D.C., in August 2006 in the home of a college friend, Joe Price. Wone was living in suburban Oakton, Virginia, but had been working as general counsel at Radio Free Asia in downtown Washington. He had stayed the night at the home of friends located about one mile from his office. According to police affidavits, Wone was believed to have been "restrained, incapacitated, and sexually assau… View Listing »
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Herman Guions, 44, fatally shot Danna Marie Nobles, 29, at her residence during a domestic dispute. View Listing »
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Rabbi Phillip L. Rabinowitz was found stabbed to death inside his home. His murder remains unsolved. View Listing »
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Elvon Miller, Mitchell Johnson, and Daniel Dimoh were found shot to death at an apartment complex. The case remains unsolved. View Listing »
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