D.C. police find no signs of foul play. Cause of death has yet to be determined, but hypothermia is being considered.
Akil Darnell Ings and the victim, Marcus Antonio Jones, were thought to be members of rival gangs.
An Arlington mother of 3 was killed in the February accident.
The pond is near a family home of a man officials called a “person of interest” in three shootings.
Darrell Bellard, 47, is charged in the 2010 fatal shootings of two women and two children in Prince George’s.
Man walked into a bank, pulled a gun and demanded money, Prince George’s police say.
A memorial is being planned for the 18 law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty.
The state delegate says he lacks the necessary funds to compete in a crowded Democratic primary.
Sinisa Simic admitted to cocaine trafficking and other offenses.
Alexandria police want to question him in connection with three high-profile murders.
Severance, a “person of interest” in three Alexandria slayings, is jailed in West Virginia on an unrelated charge.
Recommendations on Virginia’s emergency psychiatric care went unheeded for nearly two years.
A man who is not a student has been charged in connection with the incident, police said.
Severance, a “person of interest” in three killings, faces an unrelated weapons charge in Loudoun County.
State officials have withheld publishing the report until a criminal investigation is completed.
The two-story house that burned was on the site of the older structure that was for years a family centerpiece.
Yvonne Barrie, 73, and Bobbie Nelson Goins, 77, died in the March 15 blaze.
A cabdriver accused of critically wounding an Alexandria police officer has been sent back to a hospital.
Shirley Ann Vigneau admitted starting fires in a building in an Alexandria apartment complex, authorities said.
Prosecutors said authorities are investigating whether Charles Severance is linked to killings.
Rachel Weiner came to The Post as a politics web editor. She spent the past two years writing for The Fix and running The Post’s 2012 election blog, appropriately (if not very creatively) called Election 2012. By the end of that race she decided it was time for a long break from national politics. She now covers cops and courts in Arlington and Alexandria.