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D.c., Where the Action is Accused Vehicle Burglar, 13, Shot and Murdered by Homeowner

According to accounts, a resident in the Fifth District of Washington, D.

C. shot and killed a 13-year-old child who was apparently breaking into cars.

Saturday morning at 3:56 a.m., officers from the Metropolitan Police Department responded to a shooting in the 1000 block of Quincy Street in the city’s northeast.

Officers arrived to find the kid, later named Karon Blake, suffering from gunshot wounds.

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Blake was taken to a local hospital by DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services, but he later passed away there.

Metro police said a guy who lived on the block fatally shot Blake after hearing suspicious noises and seeing a man allegedly messing with automobiles.

The homeowner discharged his lawfully registered gun after an “interaction” between the teen and the man, according to the police. According to Fox 5 DC, there was no evidence that Blake was armed, and metro police confirmed this.
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It was also alleged that the man administered CPR on Blake until emergency personnel came and that a stolen vehicle matching Blake’s description was located on Quincy Street.
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Saturday morning, police issued a Twitter alert asking the public to keep an eye out for two more boys whom they believed to be involved in the incident.

Fox 5 also cited a neighbor’s account that two people attempted to flee the scene in a vehicle before abandoning the vehicle in an alley and fleeing on foot.

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The Homicide Section of the Metropolitan Police Department is coordinating with the U.S. Attorney’s Office to decide whether or not to press criminal charges against the homeowner.


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