Two men were shot to death, one during a card game in northwest Washington and the other in a street fight in Southeast, late Friday night, D.C. police reported.

A Southeast man also was shot in his chest during a fracas in front of his home and a 69-year-old Northeast woman was stabbed during a family argument at her home, according to police.

In the first of the two fatal shootings, Edward Lunday, 28, of 1125 12th St. NW was shot several times at about 8:30 p.m. when he was accused of cheating at a card game, according to police. Johnny Trawick, 26, also of 1125 12th St. NW, the scene of the shooting, was charged with homicide in connection with the shooting, according to police.

In the second homicide, police said Michael Gregory Bottoms, 23, of 800 Southern Ave. SE was shot several times at 9:10 p.m. after he became involved in a street fight in the 800 block of Xenia Street SE.

In another Friday night shooting, Sandy Sneed, 32, of 3970 Pennsylvania Ave. SE was shot in the chest during a fight in front of his home, police reported. Sneed remained in critical condition at Greater Southeast Community Hospital yesterday. Police said Terry Johnson, 25, of 3819 S St. SE was charged with assault with intent to kill in connection with the shooting of Sneed.

Judy Sinclair, 60, of 1245 G St. NE was seriously injured when she was repeatedly stabbed Friday night during a family dispute, police said. Bruce Sinclair, 70, the victim's husband who also resides at the G Street address, was charged with assault with intent to kill in connection with the stabbing, according to police.