It's Thursday, you guys! This is actually TBD Justice's Friday because she is going to Other Larimer's wedding in Real America this weekend. There will be no Blotter Blotter on Friday. Our apologies.
Thursday's edition starts after the jump.
• Thirteen gang members from two rival Southeast Washington crews have been indicted.
Police arrested eight suspects earlier this week, reports ABC7. Authorities believe members of the rival crews participated in shootings in the Benning Terrace area. (ABC7)
• Authorities in Montgomery County are searching for two missing teenagers. The girls, ages 12 and 15, were last seen earlier this week. (TBD Justice)
• A jury says a man convicted of murdering a 29-year-old Fairfax County woman in 2008 should be put to death.
Mark Lawlor was convicted earlier this week. He was accused of bludgeoning Genevieve Orange to death in her apartment.
Lawlor is scheduled to be sentenced in June. (Washington Post)
• Of the roughly 2,000 people arrested on Metro last year, more than 500 of them were teens, Metro Transit Police Chief Michael Taborn told WAMU.
Oh, and putting videos of Metro fights online isn't helping things, he says.
"That's a trend," Taborn told WAMU. "That's a trend that you find with the young people and now with the people wanting to download and upload and put things out, that's what happens." (WAMU)
• Kudos to you, guy who writes headlines at WYFF4.com. (WYFF)
• I've only been out of Miami a few months, but I'd seriously almost forgotten about Miami Commissioner Michelle Spence-Jones! How could that happen?! (Miami Herald)