Two fatally shot: Two men were found dead inside a Suitland apartment late yesterday by a woman who was returning home with her daughter, Prince George's County police said.
The woman found her front door in the 4500 block of Davis Avenue ajar and saw a man on her living room floor with an apparent gunshot wound, said Cpl. Diane Richardson, a police spokeswoman. When officers arrived, just after 5 p.m., they found a second man dead in a back bedroom, also with an apparent gunshot wound, she said.
Late last night, police identified the men as Dewayne Womack, who they said had addresses in Suitland and the District, and Vincent Brian Young, who lived in the apartment where he was found. Both were 28. Police did not know the relationship between Young and the woman. Investigators knew of no motives or suspects last night, Richardson said.
Body identified: A man whose burned body was found in September and who remained unidentified for almost a year was identified Tuesday as Rodney V. Shackelford, 38, of Forestville, Prince George's County police said yesterday.
Working from a photograph obtained from the autopsy, a forensic artist provided investigators with an approximate facial sketch of the man, who was found inside a vehicle set afire in the 5800 block of South Hil-Mar Circle in Forestville on Sept. 2. He had been shot, police said. After the sketch was made available to the media and shown on television, several people called with a name, police said.
Neither a motive nor a suspect has been identified. Police ask that anyone with information call 301-735-1111.
Fatality identified: D.C. police yesterday identified a man fatally shot late Wednesday in Northwest Washington as 26-year-old Antonio Hardie.
Hardie, of the 500 block of Ingraham Street NW, was shot about 10:30 p.m. in the 600 block of Kennedy Street NW, police said. He died soon after.
Compiled from reports by staff writers.