A somber start to today’s P.M. Buzz: Montgomery County police have found human remains they believe are those of 11-year-old William McQuain, who was last seen about two weeks ago. The discovery comes six days after the body of William’s mother was found slain in their Germantown home; Jane McQuain’s estranged husband, Curtis Lopez, has been charged in her killing and is the “prime suspect” in William’s death, police say.
• Man struck by Orange Line train last week dies. The 39-year-old McLean man who allegedly placed himself in front of an oncoming train on the Orange Line at the Clarendon station last week has died, according to Metro officials.
• Cracks found in overpasses. Inspectors have found hairline cracks in three newly built bridges that cross the Intercounty Connector in Montgomery County, requiring work to reinforce them long-term, ICC officials said Tuesday.
• Currie trial update. U.S. House Minority Whip Steny H. Hoyer (D-Md.) called state Sen. Ulysses Currie a “decent, honest person of integrity” during a brief appearance as a defense witness Tuesday in Currie’s trial on bribery charges.
• Occupying Occupy DC. The 99 percent in the District are on Day 18, and they’re getting organized with digital protest guides.