Brown blames the missing cash on his former treasurer. (Michael Temchine/For The Washington Post)

In other news:

On the bright side, Brown is safely on the ballot (Post, WaTimes, Examiner, Loose Lips)

Howard Brooks, thanks to “substantial assistance to the government,” is unlikely to get jail time for his role in the Sulaimon Brown scheme (Post, Examiner, WaTimes)

In order to allow Kwame Brown to “complete his cooperation,” sentencing is pushed back to November (Post, Loose Lips)

Cop parks SUV in front of hydrant near fire scene (STATter911)

Colby King explains it all (C-SPAN)

Today five men will be sentenced in the South Capitol Street shootings; a family deals with the aftermath two-and-half years later (Post)

Guilty verdict in Neil Godleski’s 2010 murder (Post, WJLA-TV, WUSA-TV)

With bill’s House passage, D.C.’s Frederick Douglass statue is closer to finding a home in the Capitol (D.C. Wire)

Uber chafes at regulations “designed to pick winners and losers” (Examiner)

School-closings audit has Jonetta Rose Barras upset (Examiner)

Someone used Capital Bikeshare in the Nation’s Triathlon (DCist)

Charter schools are trying to coordinate their admissions schedules (D.C. Schools Insider)

Can police do more to help Homicide Watch succeed? (GGW)

Let’s spitball some charter amendments (Blade)

Andy Shallal says a Busboys and Poets for Anacostia is a “work in progress” (Washingtonian)

Making affordable housing work in Langston Terrace (Capital Business)

Affordable housing project gets underway near Minnesota and Benning (WJLA-TV)

Cardinal Bank makes move into D.C. (WBJ)

Wanted: Man who beat his cousin with a baseball bat Sunday afternoon (WaTimes)

D.C. House overseer Trey Gowdy has an encounter with gun violence ... in South Carolina (Politico)

What’s the Nats’ magic number? Consult Stoney’s. (Sports Bog)