Five minutes, 12 seconds. That’s what elapsed between when, early on the morning of Oct. 2, 2010, a 911 caller gave the location where he needed police to be — the Clay Terrace homes — and when a salvo of gunshots, captured on the call, struck down Angelo Jones, 31. But in that time, the 911 dispatcher did not send police to Clay Terrace, or anywhere else. Homicide Watch reveals how she sought in vain a precise street address from the caller, who knew he was at “5339,” but never put that number together with Clay Terrace NE — a short, U-shaped street that is well known to police. “Well, if you could come, Clay Terrace ...,” the caller implores. Replies the operator, “Sir, I’m not coming.” One minute, 50 seconds later — bang, bang, bang, bang, bang, bang.

In other news:

First six medical-marijuana cultivation facilities get health department’s OK — including Montel Williams’s (Post)

At Wilson High, pass your tests and win $50 (D.C. Schools Insider)

Former Airports Authority chair kills Alzheimer’s-stricken wife, self (Post, Morning Call)

Erich Martel, gadfly history teacher, leaves DCPS after four decades (Class Struggle)

Listen, it’s not easy owning a gun in Maryland, either (WaTimes)

Some speed cameras were deployed without the recommended road stripes (WRC-TV)

Whither the red-top parking meters? (Post, WRC-TV, WTTG-TV)

Why did Vincent Gray’s campaign treasurer get paid $106,178? (Loose Lips)

Jeffrey Thompson’s accounting partner has run afoul of Maryland campaign finance regulators (WaTimes)

Washington Harbour restaurants are going strong one year after flooding (WAMU-FM)

“Jock tax” again included in this year’s budget legislation (to be stripped later by feds) (Examiner)

Kwame Brown responds to “13 chancellors” editorial (Post letter)

Gray proposes to send $9.4 million in surplus money to charters (D.C. Schools Insider)

Proposed furlough repay does not go over well down on New York Avenue (WaTimes editorial)

How to fill the streetcar funding gap? (Examiner)

Does the campaign against CareFirst’s reserves still have legs? (WBJ)

Chuck Thies sees “nothing more than sporadic excitement” for council challengers (WRC-TV)

No cars in front of Ford’s Theater? (Housing Complex)

More crosswalks, traffic signals for Washington Circle (GGW)

Why not put a streetcar on the “High Line” bridge? (GGW)

Gray finally offers nominees for Property Tax Appeals Commission (WBJ)

Renee Bowser gets Head-Roc’s endorsement (Loose Lips)

D.C. planners study what makes great retail corridors (WBJ)

Idea for Bruce-Monroe site: retail and a park? (Housing Complex)

D.C. Public Library introduces its new late fee system in a week (DCPL)

Norma Holloway Johnson remembered by lawyers, clerks and her fellow judges (Legal Times)

Robert Bobb to assist Richmond schools with finances (WTVR-TV)

Should non-lawyers be allowed to hold places in the lawyers’ SCOTUS line? (Post letter)

At high noon: The at-large Democratic candidates debate on the Politics Hour (WAMU-FM)