Week in Review

In brief:

Jeffrey Ray Tyson, 20, was killed in a shooting in Southeast DC Sunday night.

Anthony Garland Rice, 58, was found unconscious near Northeast DC elementary school Monday morning. He appeared to have been shot and died of his injuries.

Jermile Damon Davis, 24, was shot and killed near Catholic University Thursday night. Police said they initially responded to the address for a report of a burglary in progress.

Raymond Harris, 44, was killed in a drive-by double shooting in Northeast DC early Saturday morning. The second victim was reported to be in critical condition.

Judge Robert Morin found probable cause to hold Steven Williams Monday. Williams is suspected in the shooting death of June Grace Lim.

Theodore Spencer was sentenced today to 36 years in prison for his roll in the brutal death of Glenn Scarborough. Terrell Wilson and Phillip Swan were sentenced to 34 and 30 years, respectively, for their involvement.

After 35 hours of testimony, Judge Russell Canan found Albrecht Muth mentally competent and gave him the green light for representing himself at trial, where he is suspected of killing his wife, Viola Drath.

Sharrod Peppers was sentenced to nine years in prison for the 2010 slaying of Rodney Bean. Peppers pled guilty to one count of voluntary manslaughter and one count of carrying a pistol without a license in connection with the case in October.

Reginald Vance was sentenced to three years in prison for his involvement in the 2010 shooting death of Keith Banks. Vance pled guilty to being an accessory after the fact in April. Vance, who has been in custody since his arrest in Dec. 2010, was given credit for time served and at the sentencing Judge Ronna Beck signed an order for his release.

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