Pedestrian killed
in hit-run, police say

A pedestrian was killed Friday night in a hit-and-run incident at East Capitol Street and Benning Road, D.C. police said.

At least three parked cars were struck before the woman was hit, about 6:15 p.m., police said. They said a motorist was taken into custody; no charges were reported.

— Clarence Williams

and Martin Weil

Police ID woman killed by truck

A woman who was struck by a vehicle and killed Thursday near the Marine Barracks on Capitol Hill has been identified as an Alexandria resident and longtime cafeteria worker at the military complex in Southeast.

Julie Phillips, 44, was walking in the 800 block of I Street and turned to cross the street when she was hit by a box truck, police said.

— Peter Hermann

Man killed in SE
had criminal record

A man fatally shot early Friday outside an elementary school in Southeast Washington had a history of run-ins with the criminal justice system, authorities said.

Tyree Baysean Miller, 27, was shot about 3:20 a.m. in the 5000 block of Bass Place. Authorities said detectives had not identified a motive or suspects. Miller’s relatives could not be reached for comment.

Last month, Miller pleaded guilty in D.C. Superior Court to possession of PCP. He previously had pleaded guilty to assault with a dangerous weapon.

— Peter Hermann

School worker charged with peeping

A Montgomery County middle school service worker was arrested on peeping Tom charges after being accused of using a staff window to watch girls changing their clothes in a locker room, police said Friday.

Josh Andrew Greenberg, 28, of Snyder Mill Court in Gaithersburg has been placed on administrative leave and was released from jail pending further court action, officials said.

On Thursday, police were called to Herbert Hoover Middle School in the Rockville area, where two students had told officials of previous peeping Tom incidents — one the day before, the other about a month earlier, police said.

The window that Greenberg allegedly looked through has blinds on it, police said.

— Dan Morse

U-Va. professor charged in porn case

Federal authorities say a professor at the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce has been charged with distributing child pornography.

According to federal court records, Michael G. Morris, who is also an associate dean, is accused of sharing pornographic videos on an Internet peer-to-peer network. A U-Va spokesman said that Morris has been suspended and that the university is cooperating with authorities.

— Associated Press