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D.C. authorities are preparing to charge a man as the leader of a racist attack on a woman in Southeast Washington that left one man wounded, a law enforcement official and a neighbor say.
D.C. Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier said Wednesday that, as of Wednesday, her department had opened the case and was gathering evidence, but did not have any further information.
A 22-year-old man told police that he was walking near 14th Street SW and E Street SW in northeast D.C. on April 25, when a white man wearing a black hoodie and dark pants allegedly pulled up alongside him. The victim said the suspect struck the man on the back of his head with a blunt object. Authorities have said the suspect wore a white, hooded sweatshirt over the hoodie. The hoodie was said to have been purchased with the victim’s credit card.
Police say the victim suffered several wounds; his left cheekbone was broken, and he said he had scrapes and bruises on his hands, hands and neck. He was treated at a hospital and released about 2 a.m. Friday.
Authorities recovered a mask used during the incident from the victim’s backpack. Police are continuing to investigate.
Lanier said the victim was the only one of the three wounded, but did not name him.
She says she had spoken with investigators Tuesday, when her department received a tip that the group’s leader had been arrested. Lanier says detectives began the investigation and have been interviewing the victim Wednesday.
Her agency, the District Department of Justice and the U.S. attorney’s office, which represent the city and U.S. Attorney S. Robert Flowers, did not immediately return requests for comment.
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