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15-year-old davonte washington was fatally shot at this same metro stop while standing on the station platform with family. tonight we asked police about patrols in the neighborhood and at this station. >> the metropolitan police department has been involved working with the metro police on patrols in this area. the incident the way it unfolded was very quick. we will take a look back to see what the police response was, how quickly a police officer got here or whether or not there was a police officer here at the time. brianne: we know in the past weeks metro transit police stepped up its controls as well. there are a lot of cameras inside and outside the station as well. police are reviewing those. coming in tonight at 5:00, who is now stepping in to say they will be patrolling the station as well. brianne carter, abc7 news. jonathan: thank you. right now d.c. mayor muriel bowser is getting ready to walk the street of
neighborhood where a little girl was shot in the chest late friday night. it happened in 2900 knox place, a few blocks from garfield elementary school. diane cho is there live as the walk is about to begin. diane? diane: the mayor is going to hold a press conference first. as soon as that is over she will walk the streets out here in this community with d.c. police trying to gather more information about what unfolded out here on friday night. police say the 7-year-old little girl was struck by a stray bullet as she was coming home from dinner with her parents. police have been out knocking on doors ever since, canvassing the area to find out more about the gunman. they have been working around the clock since it happened to get to the bottom of the case. the assistant police chief says the little girl appears to be caught in a crossfire. the child's father's actions that night likely saved his daughter's life. >> t
bleeding on the wound. if you can imagine -- i know we hate to imagine that any of us that have children to be in that situation, for him to act the way he did under that type of pressure is amazing. it's remarkable. it's very heroic. diane: initially we were told the little girl was in critical condition after she was taken to the hospital. today police say she is in fair and stable condition. in southeast d.c., diane cho, abc7 news. michelle: thank you. the clock is ticking for lawmakers in annapolis to reach any sort of consensus on noah's law. the difference in the house and the senate versions of the bill may prove too much to overcome. maryland bureau chief brad bell is monitoring new developments in annapolis. brad? brad: the news on this particular bill, noah's law, it looks like there will be a breakthrough,en -- an agreement reached in the last ha
out. you see a lot of people here? they are lobbyists and people pushing for a variety of bills. among the crowd here today, noah leotta's family. his own father and mother lobbying delegates. you can see them standing at the entrance of the house chamber today as delegates show up essentially for work to get down to business on the last day of the legislative session, trying to convince them that noah's law is something that needs to happen. the law would require everybody arrested for drunk driving get an ignition interlock put in their car. what has happened just in the last half hour is that a conference committee has convened for the first time looking at the two different versions, the senate and the house version. proponents want the senate version. it is much tougher. it appears an agreement has been made but now they have to print up the wording and get together again and agree to it. a lot of pressure down here including from the head of mothers agai
>> we don't want to be here until maryland on a hope and a prayer that this is going to happen. we need to know now this will happen and be a reality. brad: well, the reality should happen sometime in the next couple of hours. we will be here monitoring the situation and be back with a live report at 5:00. in annapolis, brad bell, abc7 news. michelle: thank you, brad. maryland lawmakers still have bill on the table for tax relief and to reform the state correctional system and the police departments across the state. coming up at 4:30, a look at a domestic violence bill also still on the table and in the balance. we'll keep you posted on what is going on throughout the evening. jonathan: in virginia, governor terry mcauliffe stripped a provision that would bring back the electric chair from the bill. instead the governor wants state lawmakers to give the virginia department of corrections the authority to compound its own drugs for lethal injections. under the governor's plan, the pharmacies providing the
this stems from a shortage of lethal injection drugs. >> we are the laughingstock of the whole nation. michelle: opponents of north carolina's house bill two held dueling protest about the bill. as elizabeth hur reports it comes as mississippi finds itself at the center of the debate over laws that appear to target lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people as well. >> we have the right to protect our families and our children. reporter: another week, another rally. >> it was plain common sense. no men in women's restrooms, right? does everybody agree with me? reporter: this time supporters of north carolina's new law drawing protests from opponents. >> my risk of being attacked, accosted, challenged and even killed in a restroom has increased. reporter: the new law spells out which public re
use. the gender that is on their birth certificate. bruce springsteen canceled his concert in greensboro saying some things are more important than a rock show. and basketball hall of famer charles barkley is also taking sides, telling cnn he thinks the nba should move next year's all-star game. >> i'm supposed to stand up for the people who can't stand up for themselves. so i think the nba should move the all-star game from charlotte. reporter: the backlash doesn't end there. paypal dropped plans to expand in north carolina, costing the state 400 jobs. another company is also reconsidering a major expansion there. last week mississippi enacted a similar religious freedom law. despite opposition from big businesses threatening to pull wo
singer bryan adams just canceled a concert in mississippi. the aclu is suing north carolinaed experts say the court could go -- suing north carolina and experts say the case could go all the way to the supreme court. elizabeth hur, abc7 news. jonathan: leon harris is at the live desk to explain why several people have been arrested. leon: they are democracy spring and calling for campaign reform. a group of them pledged to take part after marching from the liberty bell in philadelphia a week or so ago. we have been watching the crowd. it looks like several hundred out there, not thousands. dozens have been arrested. they are there to protest what they say is the influence of big money in politics. they are having what they say will be a peaceful sit-in to
front of the capitol. we are keeping an eye on the situation. if we see anything happening we'll get back to you and let you know. jonathan: this morning the showers gave way to a beautiful bright sunshine but don't put the raincoat away yet. michelle: not yet. chief meteorologist doug hill is here with a check on the forecast. doug: it's beautiful. 72 degrees. tons of sunshine outside. we are in good shape. southwesterly winds at 22. that is the primary reason we have such warm temperatures now. 74 in charlottesville and fredericksburg. 72 at andrews air force base. 72 at leesburg. delightful weather through the everything. that bodes well for the nats tonight at the park at 7:00. here are the winds sustained out of the south/southwest at 18, 22 miles per hour. it will keep the temperatures mild. through the evening it looks fine but we will see increasing cloudiness tonight. and overnight some rain. yep! a cold front is on the way. what will happen is the rain in advance of the front will move in and be with us through the morning
tomorrow will it fall? i will let you know that answer in a few minute. back to you. jonathan: all right, doug. thank you very much. moments ago the washington capitals released the last clue in a scavenger hunt for tickets. michelle: they left clues in the letters of "capitals." and a guy found the letter c. >> the team has been dropping off letters at different locations throughout the whole entire d.c. area, maryland and virginia included. here we are at the wilson building city hall. this is happening as we speak to you. this gentleman just ran up the steps like rocky balboa and has now collected two tickets to thursday's big, huge playoff game against the flyers. let me talk to you. what is your name? >> greg christian.
you ran up behind me up the steps. how did you know? >> a little luck. a lot of luck. we tried to go to the first two. we live on capitol hill. we drove to ketler. >> you are winded. >> it's been a screw -- true scavenger hunt. >> this is your first caps game. >> exactly. >> how exciting is this? >> it's cool! it's playoff hockey. i have been waiting for the playoffs. >> they hand you the tickets. prediction? >> caps in five and we win the cup. >> there are the tickets. take a look. getting the tickets there. a happy fan. it's playoff hockey in the nation's
michelle: what a fun way to get everyone involved. where were the other clues? amy aubert picks up the hunt at 5:00. jonathan: the need for starbucks doesn't just extend for folks with two legs and two arms. furry folks are involved. michelle: wi will explain that coming up. bickers on the campaign trail. but not between the candidate candidates. >> a quick thinking young man. he sounds the alam to save 40 people's lives. >> a police involved shooting leaves a 20-year-old man with serious injuries but the gun discharged accidentally. i'm jeff goldberg.
jonathan: we have gotten the new information about a shooting. they shot a burglar last night on laurel on the indus food international market. jeff goldberg has more on the investigation. what happened? jeff: we are learning new details. first, it happened accidently and the officer involved tried to help victim and tried to console him after the gun discharged, act
the 20-year-old suspect. the burglary call came in last night at 11:20 at the indus food international market in lauren. police arrived and found a suspect. 15-year-old male running from the scene. he ignored commands to stop. so an officer fired a taser at the teenager who was later treated and released from the hospital. a group of four others entered the rear entrance of the grocery store when an officer noticed move in the the dark. he became startled and he jumped back. in the process the officer's gun accidentally discharged, striking a 20-year-old suspect. the suspect was trying to hide lying down on a piece of sheet metal inside the store. the officer is a swat team member and firearms instructor. >> he immediately rendered aid to the victim. even consoling him
process while an amblance was en route. jeff: the suspect was transported to the hospital and he is in stable condition after surgery happened overnight. the office every on paid administrative leave. this is the third robbery or the attempted robbery since november. they are looking into whether the three crimes are connected. jeff goldberg, abc7 news. michelle: time for a check of the traffic situation. jamie sullivan has ak loo at the roads. that doesn't look good. >> no. this is virginia on 66 westbound in centreville. you can see the left lane is blocked. the digital sign is pushing everyone to the right-hand side. this is an accident. the emergency crews on scene. 66 westbound is heavy anyway. if you mix in an accident it will get heavier. 66, stop-and-go toward the national beltway to
centreville. past this point we immediately loosen up. move to the map. approaching malcolm x., you are heavy but you do get a little bit of a break. 395 is heavy past the pentagon at 12 miles per hour. no major crashes. 395. 95 in virginia looks good. just the normal congestion. we have roadwork in place tomorrow. two lanes will be blocked on the arlington memorial bridge. extra few minutes in the midday. this is in place until friday. that is a look at traffic. back to you. jonathan: goats apparently need caffeine fix, too. who knew? police say this guy here ran away from the northern california home and roamed into a starbucks. the get hung out and sniffed the goods until the authorities got there. the police took goat in custody and transporte
photos spread fast and reached the owner who took the goat back home last night. the funny part is the folks at starbucks held out a banana and he went straight past that to the cardboard box. michelle: he wants the good stuff. inside you got all the fresh beans. some have goats as a pet. but whatever pet you have, give them extra love today. this is national pet day. share your photos with us. we would love to see your little pooch. e-mail us at email@example.com. we will share only of them throughout the hour. jonathan: if there san animal i thought about this weekend, thinking of doug because he is not a fan of punxsutawney phil. michelle: what was his prediction? jonathan: early spring.
stops barking. nonstop. time lapse from church hymn high school. 70 degree. southerly winds, it has done a big number on us. after the rain this morning. it turned out to be a beautiful day. many part of the region are warmer than 70. look at the number in the weather system. 73 in manassas. 74 in fredericksburg. culpeper at 73. 73 in luray. 68 in hagerstown. 62 in annapolis. if you get west it will turn cooler and colder past columbus and indianapolis. cold front lies between columbus and pittsburgh and our area. the front is coming in our direction. we will
if you have outdoor activities you should be fine. but clouds will increase and then before sunshine some of the showers will come our way. it will be mild across the area. but there will be showers. the scattered showers will get out of here and move through. it will turn mostly sunny in the afternoon. still in the 60's. it will be cooler behind the system on wednesday. 26 degrees on thursday. 62 on friday. 64 on saturday. for the national cherry blossom festival parade. we are happy to be sponsors. then sunday and monday in the 70's. not enough to redeem the
groundhog. jonathan: are we turning the corner? doug: that is the kiss of death if i say that. jonathan: thank you. michelle: coming up at "abc7 news at 4:00" -- crunching the numbers. what you need to know about the changes in the tax code before filing this year. jonathan: first, looking for those responsible after a deadly fireworks explosion kills a hundred
jonathan: breaking news we are just getting in, in the case of 7-year-old shot in the direction. diane cho is joining us live. what do you have for us? diane: well, d.c. police just announced just a few minutes ago, jonathan, they have made an arrest in this case. now the mayor had planned on holding a news conference and a community walk here in southeast d.c. where the shooting took place today. earlier today. they are still doing that now. police say the 7-year-old girl was walking home from dinner with her parents when she was struck by a stray bullet. police were out this weekend knocking on doors, canvassing the area, trying to find out more about the suspect. suspects work around the clock according to thes saytant police chief to try to get to the bottom of the case. we are told that the little girl is in fair and stable condition. we have more details tonight at 5:00. back to you. michelle: thank you for
were questioning after a fire killed more than 100 people at a temple in southern india. more than 500 others were injured. there ill nited a stock pile of other fireworks to cause a huge fire that you saw. at least ten people associated with the fire are on the run. jonathan: a fire ripped through a bed and breakfast rented out to a wedding party over the weekend but no one was hurt. kellye lynn joins us to tell us how they got out safely. kellye: thanks to actions of a brave 10-year-old. if you look at what is left, you know how devastating the fire could have turned out to be. >> a lot of smokes and we started to see the flames. >> the 10-year-old saw flames 10:30 saturday night. >> i wasn't thinking about it. we ran out. i had my coat and
>> 40 people were staying in the bed and the breakfast for a wedding. >> i yelled everyone out of the house. >> started to scream and wake everybody up. >> i feel good. people was upstairs sleeping because it was late at night. >> it took between 50 to 75 firefighters an hour to put out the flames. >> all of my memories and my photography and the backup drive and the magazine of the models i represented was in here. >> he is a photographer, amazingly no one was hurt and only the items were lost. >> this is a successful outcome. >> before it was a bed and breakfast it was a barn dating back to 1850.
michelle: another busy weekend for candidates in vote 2016. scott thuman is here to break it all down. topping the headlines, donald trump complaining about the system being rigged when it comes to the delegate count in colorado. scott: yeah. specifically about colorado. he has been quiet. we hadn't heard a ton from him. then over the weekend in what is not the traditionable frame of thought on -- traditional frame of thought on how colorado vote. they have a state convention where representatives of the party go. they vote on who the delegates are that will go to the national convention. they will cast their vote. cruz won there and he swept. as a result, donald trump says the system is rigged. this is unfair. colorado average citizens didn't get to vote.
representatives got to have a convention. because ted cruz had a better ground game in that particular system and lobbied for the support, donald trump didn't do as much. he lost. now we are hearing complaining from him. michelle: we are seeing that donald trump is missing out on some votes because his kids missed a deadline to register. scott: new york is a closed primary state. you have to be a registered republican to vote in the republican primary. two of his eldest children had not officially registered as republicans. they were democrats in the past. they didn't register as republicans and they can't vote for their father in the coming weeks. michelle: let's talk about the democrats now. bernie sanders in one conner and hillary in the other duking it out in brooklyn. scott: new york is interesting. this is an adopted state for hillary clinton. senate from there, we know. bernie sanders from there
they both believe they should win the state. the problem is while hillary clinton is up double digits and doing well in the polls compared to bernie sanders she has lost the last seven states in a row. she has to stop the bleeding. i look like he could do it in new york. a lot of delegates. 291 up for grabs. it's a big vote-rich state. the last big one before march 25. michelle: we will be watching. we know you will be, too. thank you. jonathan: all right. we all have moments that we disagree with our spouse. i know. i know. it's maybe the temperature of the house or how you load the dishwasher. in the sanders household, the big issue seems to be hot dogs. watch. >> a little bit of mustard and sauerkraut. >> ketchup and onion. we don't agree on anything but politics. jonathan: she said, "we don't agree on anytng
politics." that is unusual. the comments came after the saturday held a rally sunday. what is the playful sticking point between you and your spouse or your kids? we're curious. let us know! it said, our producer is telling us that is the time where you chat. there is no percentage for me to chat at all. i am always wrong and i'll go with that. my wife and i have nothing to argue about ever. michelle: she must be watching. hi, holly. not much to gripe about with the weather. it is beautiful out there. what about tomorrow? chief meteorologist doug hill has a check on the forecast. doug: we have rain in the morning but it will get back to the sun shiny look in the afternoon. live shot across the chesapeake bay. 70 der
south/southwesterly winds. beautiful weather. stay sunny and the blue skies for several hours. later today the clouds return. 74 in charlottesville. it's 73 in leesburg. wind gusts to 32 miles per hour in leesburg. 30-mile-per-hour gust out of the south/southwest. but when they are blowing around air that is 72 degrees you don't mind it. things are looking up through the everything. perfect weather for the nats at the park. the temperatures should hold in 60's. before the sunrise the rain will move in ahead of the cold front that is moving through ohio and indiana. warm breeze ahead of it. the rain should be out of here and to the east.
we will watch the cloudiness come back. 59 in midday. 62 tomorrow afternoon. that is not bad. a touch cooler through the day on wednesday. thursday and friday is sunshine. jonathan: seven women in prince george's county have been killed in domestic violence incident this year. there is a push to expand the definition of abuse. joining us from annapolis is the maryland delegate angela angel who is behind the push to change the laws. there are so many people joining you in saying something has to be done. point to something that has to get done now to change this. angela: there is only one that has to get done to change this. the senate needs to concur with the amendment to senate bill 924. the house is holding the bill. th
senate bill 924 to the senate and they will concur this and it will be provided across the state. jonathan: tell us what the bill does. and the authority it will would give law enforcement. >> what the senate bill 924 in the current form does is provide additional protection for harassment and malicious destruction of property and allow for the judges to give protective orders to women survivorring from the type of abuse. this abuse often escalates to physical abuse and death. so the language as it sits allow for protective order to be issued for harassment and destruction of prompt. jonathan: the issues have come up before in front of lawmakers. why is there any resistance at all? angela: this is a
question. this language has been around since 2005. if you think of the women and children who died in that time, there is not any sound opposition to this bill. the only question is whether it will allow for increased privilege claims. this is tightly construed. we asked a judge to get a protective order, a judge would have to find a reasonable person would suffer mental and emotional distressed based on the acts reported. so it's not where it's a simple i broke a plate, i'm just calling to check on the kids. this is for serial and criminal harassment that is taking place. >> we wish you the best of luck with the efforts. we will let know how it turns out. thank you. michelle: breaking
d.c. police just released the photos of the person of interest in the deadly stabbing in the metro station. this is the second deadly attack at the station in as many weeks. this is a person of interest. if you know who the person is, contact police. with we have more at 5:00. jonathan: coming up for us here at "abc7 news at 4:00" -- time is running out. "7 on your side" for you procrastinators to sit down and do your taxes. michelle: but first -- >> thrilling and wonderfully weird. michelle: that is a combination. what does it take to make it as a "jeopardy" contestant? we will take you behind the scenes at d.a.r. constitution hall.
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some of our "good morning washington" colleagues went to find out why "jeopardy" is here in town taping. >> it's not as easy as you may think to become a contestant on "jeopardy." 80,000 people take a test online to get a call from producers. only 5,000 get a call and only 400 make it to the show. how does "jeopardy" determines who makes it on the main stage? last week the "good morning washington" went to find out. the results weren't good. if someone is lucky enough to get a call from the producers they are invited to audition in person where they take a written test. that's where we realized well were in big trouble. 50 questions and only eight seconds to come up with the answer. i was hopeful that i could get a few questions correct. junny seemed find. the casting team has you play a mock version of the show. the
we on the other hand could have used extra help. thankfully they had correct questions. >> no one helped her! >> you likely never see us on the show. but remember this. it's not as easy as it looks. jonathan: coming up at 4:00 -- sam ford is one of the newest member of the city's hall of fame. we talk to him about the honor. >> aviation geek, myself and have in common with "star wars" fans? this morning a a.a.a. jet dedicated like the latest "star wars" film. i will tell you all about it coming up. michelle: but first, some of the adorable phoos
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jonathan: this is fun. back with reenactment of iconic scene from "the empire strikes back." they we reenacting the scene. "star wars" episode eight will hit theaters in december of 2017. i think luke became luke in 24 cheers ago or more than that. the "the force awakens" was a huge hit at the box office. michelle: yeah. today one of the stars made a splash out at dulles international airport. brian van de graaff was there when it landed. brian: a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away. okay, not that far away. and it was at 10:00 this morning. this a.a.a. arriv
12-hour flight from tokyo. no ordinary plane. it is painted to look like the latest robot from "the force awakens." one of three specially painted jets that will fly the skies for four years. i drew excitement from the aviation good evenings like myself. to "star wars" fans alike. today's eager spectators spanned all age group. are we going to see a bb8 plane later today? >> yeah. brian: are you excited? >> yeah. brian: it wasn't just the young that came out. >> it was fun to see this 777 land in front of you. >> it was given a water cannon salute. the plane will head back to tokyo later today but if you miss it, it will make rounds at l.a., chicago, houston as well. brian van de graaff, abc7 news. >> for excellence in
and for sharing your passion with d.c. high school youth through mentoring we salute you. [applause] jonathan: that is abc7's d.c. bureau chief sam ford being inducted in the city's hall of fame. this happened last night. he now becomes one of 26 inductees this year. people who made their mark on the city and the people and making d.c. a better place. michelle: sam is here now with us to talk about the huge honor. did you feel like it was surreal moment? sam: no. not surreal. it was a very nice thing. it's the hall of fame society. they named a number of people in washington. in fact, i am doing another story today on "jeopardy" kids that went to ben's chili bowl. and one was on the first group 60 years ago. but i
people are saying thank you for what you do. i was happy to accept the award. jonathan: you have been a street reporter for a long time. you are more than a street reporter. you have done mentoring to kids in school. especially areas they could use the help. michelle: look at the bow tie. >> rocking the bow tie. in the community nonstop. not just reporting but being active memory and helping. sam: it's the d.c. community. i love the community. i live here. my kids were born here and went to school here. i am a part of the community. i enjoy being in the city. people are nice to me. i am part of d.c. i love to cover d.c. jonathan: you are like the nicest guy you would meet. michelle: for real. jonathan: always has a smile. do you get frustrated? sam: of course! you were a reporter, too.
it's not easy. it is really nice. >> i have covered everything from the white house to the crack house. we have moved around the city covering the stories. never dull. it is a privilege to work here and a job. i have been a reporter for 40 some years it's never easy either. every day is new, different. it's rather difficult. jonathan: huge honor and well deserved. michelle: class act. glad you are on our team. jonathan: talk about the erwith. it changes it seems by the minute. michelle: how does it feel out there? steve: it is so nice out here. no jacket. the guys are blue. working on the building across the street. it feels like it's growing. i joke with the producer. it's growing three floors a week. we are a
national harbor. mild temperatures for the early evening hours. then it will fall slowly. 73 in winchester. tonight is 49 to 58 degrees. the clouds will be on the increase. the showers will develop late. they are all part of a cold front. you can see it here on the satellite and radar. it will split ohio in half through southern indiana. on the way early tomorrow morning. it will mean a wet rush hour commute. there is the morning rain. then the skies clear. warm up to lower 60's on thursday and friday. saturday we have the national cherry blossom festival parade downtown with the temperatures in the 60's. let's check on the commute. >> this is not terrible but we are watching a crash. 66 westbound in centreville. 30 minutes ago they had a left lane blocked
everything has been moved to the left shoulder so we have four lanes getting by. when we see an accident, everyone likes to look over to see what is going on. move to the map and talk about how it affects you. in the teens approaching the accident after route 28. we are used to this. the northwest corner is seeing the volume building in. virginia, outbound 395 passing by the pentagon to duke street is heavy. minor accidents. one on 66 is the only interstate crash we are working. back to you. jonathan: all right. thank you very much. coming up for us at "abc7 news at 4:00" -- changing the code. a look at what is new before you sit down to do your taxes. michelle: new at 5:00, we will take you on a tour of the famous spot with the teens competing at "jeopardy" this week. we'll introduce you to the maryland te
jonathan: "7 on your side" with a consumer alert. thanks to the holiday in the district is taxes are not due until april 18. but there are changes in the tax code that you should know about if you haven't gotten started yet. >> the most confusing thing about taxes? >> new rules every year. >> the good news for those procrastinators. tax day is monday april 18. under federal law tax day gets pushed back if there is a conflict with a federal holiday. emancipation will give americans extra weekend to crunch the numbers. if you celebrate patriot's day, it will move back to april 19. the bad news is the penalty for not having qualify healthcare coverage goes up and big. >> for pepl
coverage this year they will see the penalties double last year. >> there are new forms. employer issue document, 1095b or 1095c. you check on the tax return you had healthcare. you don't need to send forms in. for those receiving advanced premium tax credit this was government he -- government coverage. you have to reconcile it when you file. you must file. >> they need to file or they will jeopardize the credit in the future. >> also new the tax brackets have risen slightly. the personal exemption that all taxpayers are entitled to take goes up $50. leon: tonight a deadly confrontation. >> the incident the way it unfolded was quick. >> a metro station turns into a murder scene for the second time in two weeks.
>> if i find out at the end of the day that sometimes it failed, they are accomplices to murder and blood is on their hands. >> time is running out on a bill designed to get tough on drunk drivers. the final showdown in noah's law. want to rock the red in playoffs? keep your eyes open for clues around the d.m.v. announcer: now "abc7 news at 5:00". on your side. leon: for the second time in two weeks a teenager has been killed at the deanwood metro station. michelle: the orange line runs through deanwood in northeast washington. this morning a teenager was stabbed there. you may recall less than two weeks ago a teenager was shot to death on the metro plait form in front of -- platform in front of his mother. leon: brianne carter live from the deanwood metro station with the surveillance pictures that were released in the last hour or so. brianne: in the last hour. take a look at these images. they were released in the last hour by the d.c. police.
believed to be between 14 and 20 years old. they are asking for the public's help to identify this person. now back here live inside the deanwood metro station, this is believed that all of this played out here. the escalators leading toum the platform. the wor coming off the platform -- two were coming off the platform to the fare gate to exit the station. >> it's senseless. >> it's unfortunate that society is turning this way. >> growing community outrage after another teenage is killed at the deanwood metro station. according to police, the victim reportedly just 15 years old was stabbed while trying to exit the station. sources say the teen's throat was slashed. law enforcement sources tell abc7 the victim told his brother to start recording with his cell phone. then punched another teen. sources say that teen then stabbed the boy. >> the incident the way it unfolded was quick. >> it come