Correction: An earlier version of the article misidentified a woman killed in a traffic accident in Prince George’s County. She was ­Kiyomi Williams, not Aayoni Williams. This version has been corrected.

Prince George’s crash leaves 2 dead, 1 hurt

Two Alexandria residents were killed and another man was injured Monday when their SUV barreled off an overpass in the Oxon Hill area of Prince George’s County and crashed onto the roadway beneath it, authorities said.

The crash occurred about 2 a.m. Officer Harry Bond, a Prince George’s County police spokesman, said the SUV’s driver lost control as he headed north on the Indian Head Highway overpass to Oxon Hill Road. Police said in a news release that the SUV hit a guardrail and light pole before it overturned and came to rest on Oxon Hill Road.

The driver — James Monroe Henderson, 45, of Alexandria — and a passenger — Kiyomi William, 30, of Alexandria — were killed. Another passenger, Henderson’s nephew, suffered injuries not thought to be life-threatening, police said.

Police said speed was thought to be a factor in the crash.

— Matt Zapotosky

Drive-by at Manassas sports bar injures 4

Four people were wounded in a drive-by shooting at a Manassas sports bar early Monday morning, and police say they have a suspect into custody.

Three of the four shooting victims were treated at hospitals and released, and the fourth, a woman, suffered injuries not thought to be life-threatening, police said. She was still in the hospital just after 7 a.m. Monday, police said.

The shootings occurred just before 2:30 a.m. at the 90 Degrees bar on Rixlew Lane in Manassas, police said. They said a man who had been ejected from the bar just before 2 a.m. apparently drove by in a vehicle and opened fire, wounding two men and two women. Police broadcast a description of his vehicle, and a Manassas City officer soon stopped and detained him, authorities said.

Police did not immediately name the man and said charges were pending.

— Matt Zapotosky

The district
ATM snatched from Northeast drugstore

D.C. police are searching for someone who crashed a white van through the entrance of a CVS in Northeast Washington on Monday morning and took an ATM, authorities said.

The incident occurred just after 4 a.m. at the CVS in the 3600 block of 12th Street NE, police said.

It is unclear how the ATM was secured in place at the store, police said.

— Matt Zapotosky