The Crime Scene: D.C. police facing scrutiny over arrested officers; sex offender starts own registry; and doctor dies on way to church

This photo provided by the Washington County Hospital shows the bruising on Kenneth Davis’ face that he alleges were inflicted by correctional officers at the Roxbury Correctional Institution near Hagerstown, Md., on March 8 and 9, 2008. Josh Hummer, a former state correctional officer, is the first among 15 indicted officers to go to trial on federal charges stemming from Davis’ beating. (Washington County Hospital/Associated Press)

Authorities say Kenneth Davis, pictured, was beaten by correctional officers at the Roxbury Correctional Institution near Hagerstown, Md., over two days in 2008. Josh Hummer, a former state correctional officer, is the first among 15 indicted officers to go to trial on federal charges stemming from Davis’ beating. (Washington County Hospital/Associated Press)

We round up the top crime stories because you need to get out of Dodge.

D.C. police facing scrutiny over arrested officers (Associated Press)

Response by D.C. police, fire department investigated after man’s death (Fox5)

Federal probe into New Jersey Sen. Menendez is widening (NBC)

D.C. police officer beat his wife, who has tumor in the head, police said (Washington Post)

Registered sex offender Dennis Sobin has started a website identifying his registers.

Registered sex offender Dennis Sobin has started a website identifying his registers.

• Sex offender fights registry by registering his registers (Washington Post)

Feds say guard conspired in Md. inmate’s beating (Associated Press)

Police release video of Arlington tire slasher (ARLnow.com)

Capitol Police mourn officer who died on duty; he was a former pro basketball player (Washington Post)

Longtime pediatrician Thomas Sullivan, 80, killed on way to church (InsideNova)

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  2. Richard M Nixon (Deceased) says:

    Reblogged this on Dead Citizen's Rights Society.

  3. Use your big-people words.

    Why don’t you lead by example, and not be so condescendingly hateful.

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