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Police were investigating the fatal shooting of a woman when the confrontation occurred Friday.
Police said the man fled from the officer, who was investigating a homicide, and then pulled a gun.
One victim was critically wounded in a residential area near East Capitol Street in Southeast Washington.
The victim was shot in an alley, and was taken to a hospital.
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The incident began when police received a call from a man saying he had shot two people at a house.
Police search for two men who fled the scene after the shooting.
A gunman shot a D.C. fire captain in an apparent robbery attempt in Southeast Washington.
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Montgomery County police say a Frederick man brought a revolver and drug paraphernalia to school campus.
Firefighters rescued a woman from a burning building.
No injuries were reported, but the blaze displaced about 20 people.
An off-duty U.S. Park Police officer fired at his mother’s car after a thief took it for a ride in Maryland.
D.C. police hunt for a thief armed with a $100 bill, fast talk and distractions targeting businesses.
Victim tells police that he was assaulted by 10 young men, who took his phone and hit him in the head.
Clarence Williams has spent the better part of 13 years standing next to crime scene tape, riding in police cars or waking officials in the middle of night to gather information about breaking news in and around Washington as the night police reporter for The Washington Post.
Clarence has been pepper-sprayed at a World Bank-IMF protest, covered a crime scene of a D.C. Sniper victim, uncovered a deaf man wrongly jailed for 22 months in the District, and chased stories of fire, drug dealing and mayhem across the Washington region.
His reporting travels have carried from the Rugby World Cup in Sydney, Australia to the shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords in Tuscon, Arizona, and nearly every difficult neighborhood in the city. When away from reporting, Clarence spends time doing damage to his own body during old boy rugby games or coaching youth in the sport he loves.