Teacher Robbed A Suitland High School teacher was robbed at gunpoint of his car keys and car yesterday as he walked to the vehicle at lunchtime, Prince George's County police said.
The teacher was not harmed, police said.
Police said they do not have a description of the suspects and do not know whether they are students.
Stabbing Victim Identified Prince George's County police have identified the victim of a Sept. 17 fatal stabbing as Wilbert Gonzalez, 33. The death was ruled a homicide last week, police said yesterday.
Police found Gonzalez wounded in the 1800 block of University Boulevard in Langley Park. Gonzalez, of no known address, was taken to a hospital, where he died Sept. 24, police said.
Detectives arrested Margaret Johnson, 42, of no fixed address and charged her with first-degree murder in the slaying, police said.
Two Charged in Burglary Two men were arrested on charges of trying to take jackets and other items from a sporting goods store yesterday through a hole cut in the roof, D.C. police said.
Police said Marcus Boatright, 27, of the 3100 block of Georgia Avenue NW and Christopher Bush, 32, of the 600 block of Edgewood Street NE were charged with burglary in the incident at the Downtown Locker Room in the 1900 block of 14th Street NW.
* A District man was fatally shot early yesterday in Southwest Washington, D.C. police said.
Kenneth Nelson, 25, of the 1500 block of First Street SW was shot in the head and body about 2:30 a.m. in the 1400 block of First Street SW, police said. A woman was wounded in the same shooting, police said.
Woman Assaulted A woman was sexually assaulted Friday night in her house in the Springfield area, Fairfax County police said.
A man entered the woman's house, west of Interstate 95, through a back door about 11:30 p.m., police said. He was described as white, with a Spanish accent, 22 to 24 years old, about 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighing about 165 pounds. He had short black hair and wore a white T-shirt and dark pants.
Man Charged With Rape A man who allegedly raped one 12-year-old girl and molested another in a Fairfax County park has been arrested, police said yesterday.
The incident occurred in Jefferson District Park, just east of the Capital Beltway in Merrifield, on the night of Oct. 1. According to court documents, the man made advances on one of the girls, who resisted him, then had sex with the second girl.
Last Friday, police arrested Edebiri Tempitope Aihevba, 22, of the 7300 block of Lee Highway in the Falls Church area, and charged him with rape and two counts of indecent liberties with a minor.
Teen Charged in Stabbing A 14-year-old girl was stabbed outside a Herndon townhouse complex Monday night, and Herndon police arrested her 15-year-old boyfriend and charged him with aggravated malicious wounding, police said yesterday.
The attack occurred about 11:20 p.m. behind townhouses in the 1000 block of Charles Street, Sgt. Darcy L. Burns said. The victim, a Prince William County resident, was flown to Inova Fairfax Hospital in extremely critical condition. She was listed as stable but still critical yesterday afternoon, Burns said.
The teenagers were not identified because both are minors, although the boy is a Herndon resident. Police said the case was not gang-related.
Stabbing Arrest A gas station clerk in Baileys Crossroads was robbed and stabbed Monday evening, and a suspect was arrested in Montgomery County yesterday. Fairfax County police are investigating whether the same man robbed and stabbed a gas station clerk in Annandale last week.
Monday's holdup occurred at the Shell station in the 5700 block of Seminary Road about 5:45 p.m. The robber stabbed the clerk, took the cash drawer and fled in a green Pontiac Grand Am, police spokeswoman Mary Mulrenan said. The victim was hospitalized with a serious stab wound, police said.
Police arrested Kenneth R. McDuffie, 47, of the 14000 block of Castle Boulevard in Silver Spring, Mulrenan said.
Child Neglect Plea A Haymarket woman pleaded guilty yesterday to child neglect for leaving her baby locked in a hot car in July while she shopped, said Jeanice Wiethop, a Prince William County assistant commonwealth's attorney.
Regina Bailey was ordered to complete 100 hours of community service and support a local program that raises awareness about the dangers of leaving children locked in vehicles in hot weather, Wiethop said. If Bailey completes the volunteer service within one year, the misdemeanor charge will be dismissed, she said.
Bailey left her son, who was 4 months old at the time, in her car for a "brief period" in 90-degree weather July 16 while she shopped at the Costco on Sudley Manor Road in Manassas, Wiethop said. The baby suffered no serious injury, Wiethop said.
Compiled from reports by staff writers.