Omari Daniels

Washington, D.C.

News aide

Education: George Washington University, BA in journalism and mass communications

Omari Daniels is a News Aide working in News Operations with the Metro section at The Washington Post. He has previously contributed to The Post’s Metro and Capital Business sections.
Latest from Omari Daniels

D.C. firefighters sue city, alleging officials reneged on pension promises

An attorney for the five who sued said as many as 100 firefighters could be impacted, and they are seeking $100 million.

June 1, 2023

Maryland Supreme Court halts Adnan Syed’s murder conviction reinstatement

The justices prevented an appellate court ruling that reinstated the conviction from taking effect temporarily, while they mull whether to take up the case.

May 26, 2023

4 charged with concealing body of woman found shot in car at Va. hospital

Brenda Ochoa Guerrero was found fatally shot in a vehicle in the parking lot of Mount Vernon Hospital.

May 25, 2023

Md. Supreme Court asked to consider wiping away Adnan Syed conviction

A lower court had thrown out the conviction and prosecutors dropped the case, but an appellate court reinstated it.

May 24, 2023

2 girls hit by stray bullets in D.C., as crime rises in the city

D.C. police say the girl was struck unintentionally while in a car with her parents. Hours later, a 12-year-old girl sleeping in her bed was grazed by a stray bullet.

May 15, 2023

Teen driving over 120 mph loses control, slams into Va. police officer

The department released dashcam footage of the crash, which officials said highlights the dangers of reckless driving.

May 2, 2023

Toddler slips past fence and onto White House grounds

The child was visiting D.C. with his parents from Canada.

April 18, 2023

Fairfax police investigate death of woman found shot in car at hospital

Surveillance footage captured two men parking the woman’s vehicle and then leaving.

April 17, 2023

‘Suspicious’ bus used in attempt to pick up child, Fairfax police say

Fairfax County police are investigating an incident in which someone driving a “suspicious” bus attempted to pick up students on Thursday morning.

April 14, 2023

Family decries U.S. Park Police over fatal shooting of 17-year-old

A day after body-cam footage was made public, Dalaneo Martin’s mother called for Park Police to release the name of the officer who shot her son.

April 5, 2023