Washington has a fire/whorehouse in it! Lord have mercy on our souls!

Perhaps David Vitter isn’t the only government employee paying for sex in Washington. The Washington Times is reporting that several D.C. firehouses are being investigated for hosting female EMTs and their male johns. The Times said some firemen… Read More

Student jump out of 3rd story Henle window with DPS in hot pursuit

In the best summer Georgetown news since Georgetown fired Marriott, a Georgetown student banned from campus evaded DPS by jumping out of a window only to be caught in Ohio. The Hoya scooped us on this one, but… Read More

MPD cracks down on jaywalking

DCist reports that Metro police might actually start enforcing DC’s often-ignored jaywalking rules. Their evidence is circumstantial (some people said they got ticketed), but with the nice weather encouraging cops to get some exercise and a city-wide campaign… Read More

Citizens Association of Georgetown tracks crimes on Google Maps

In an homage to Gawker, the Citizens Association of Georgetown has a Google Maps-based site that shows where each crime in our neighborhood went down. In January, for example, the “crime reports mapping tool” identified 59 incidents in… Read More

Senitt murder mansion could set DC real estate record

The Georgetown house where Alan Senitt was murdered is going on sale, and its owner isn’t deterred by the property’s notoriety. According to Washingtonian, the house is priced at $28 million, which is $13 million more than the… Read More

Rape Village

Last year I broke my favorite pair of sandals journeying down the awkwardly spaced steps next to Henle Village. Later, while bemoaning my foot-wear woes, I was informed that the steps were built as a deterrent to rape…. Read More

Crime happens; curfews shouldn’t

After you read the Voice’s editorial about improving DPS training and working conditions after last weekend’s startling events, consider the campus-wide e-mail sent this morning. It seems the university response is: 1. More DPS officers around at night…. Read More

Midnight madness

I was in Healy Circle last night around 1:00, checking out Mustard’s Last Stand, when all of a sudden the sound of police sirens became deafening, and the front gates turned an eerie purple color from the red… Read More