3.22.2010

Spotting a near-mugging

This evening I had stepped outside of my apartment building to enjoy the nice post-storm weather. As some readers know, I live along the border of Adams Morgan and Columbia Heights. I've lived in this place for a little over two years, and I've written about how I've witnessed a few things that have led me to call the police. I've heard gunshots, I've seen car accidents, the usual city stuff. Tonight was a first, though, as I saw two men getting ready to rob someone.

I had stepped outside and was on the phone, when I saw two men standing around near the street corner. I thought it was a little odd, as there's nothing at this corner and they didn't seem to be talking to one another. The corner in question is between a side street and a major street. There's a lot of foot traffic on the major street, but very little on the side street. As soon as you turn the corner onto the side street, it's dark, and there's no building entrances or storefronts or houses for the whole block.

I saw the two men step back from the corner, maybe 10-15 feet down the street. There are bushes along the side street, so anyone walking up the major street wouldn't really see the men. Then they put masks on their faces and put up their hoods. I could only see them through the bushes while in the driveway of my building. I could see them watching the people on the major street, I assume, waiting for someone to turn onto the side street. At this point I called 911, and was promptly greeted with the bilingual hold message. I'm unsure if they spotted me, but I went back inside the lobby where I could still see them through a window. I was on hold for roughly 3 minutes or so, at which point the started walking further down the side street.

Once I got through to an operator, I gave the location and left a call back number, and the police were on scene probably within another 5 minutes or so. They called me back and asked if I could still see them, the answer of course being no at this point. They walked up and down the side street and then left.

Of course I don't blame the police for not finding them, by the time they arrived I'm sure they were blocks away. I wasn't able to provide a very detailed description, mostly because I wasn't too keen on walking up to them to see better. It's what, maybe 65 degrees out, so clearly there's no good reason for them to have bandanas or whatever they had over their faces and their hoods up. I have no idea if that's enough probable cause to search someone for weapons, but maybe it should be.

The point here isn't to criticize the police response, though the hold time was a bit frustrating. Instead, it's only to say again what is obvious to most people in a city--it's extremely easy for someone to mug you. They could have easily robbed someone right there, mere feet from an intersection. I've lived in the city for a while now, so I know what suspicious behavior looks like, but I saw people jogging with their iPods and walking their dogs while on their phones, and otherwise being very distracted. This happened around 9:45pm, which I think a lot of people might not be on their guard.

So yeah, everyone, always be aware of your surroundings.

130 comments:

  1. Prince of Petworth HATERMarch 22, 2010

    Its really too bad that the Prince of Petworth was not walking down that side street at that very moment.

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  2. Creepy. I'm from California living in DC right now and every single one of my friends here has either been mugged or had friends who've been mugged at some point or another. I hate DC.

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  3. Right, because nothing bad ever happens in cities in California, the land of milk and honey (and really good pot). On the plus side, since our government isn't totally bankrupt yet, we get real money instead of IOUs for our tax refund checks.

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  4. Golf Playing BMW Driving Wilson Phillips Listening Native WashingtonianMarch 23, 2010

    Not Creepy. I'm from DC living in DC right now and NOT one single one of my friends or family living here has either been mugged or had friends who've been mugged at some point or another. I LOVE DC.

    So clearly it is the pasty transplants who do not know how to conduct themselves while living in an urban environment.

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  5. does your building have security? and aren't you local blogger types supposed to always have a camera handy? ah, but passively watching behind locked doors is safer. for you. i mean, you did the right thing by calling it in, but why not at least yell at the masked men, draw attention to it, go to the corner and holler 'all you ipod wearing yuppies better watch out! there are real live robbers around the corner!'?

    @Crystal: feel free to go back west. i've lived in DC for years and never had any issues. and i am a pasty transplant from the midwest. don't look like a target or act like a jackass and you shouldn't have too many issues.

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  6. thanks again for another round of entertaining comments defending the city despite our serious street crime problem. street crime is so cool, and everytime someone gets robbed i relish in the authentic urban experience DC offers. oh... and clearly it is always the victim's fault! stupid street crime victims.

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  7. Interesting take, Anonymous. Unfortunately, it's an idiotic response.

    Which comment, specifically, is "defending the city," or "relishing" the urban experience?

    The point is, street crime is a fact of life in a city (DC or any other). It's not unique to here, and yes, you are an idiot if you don't realize that and take some basic steps to minimize your risk of being a victim.

    Apparently this is hard for you to understand, bit this isn't blaming the victim. If you died in a car accident that was not your fault, but weren't wearing your seatbelt, I wouldn't blame you for the accident. But I'd think you were an idiot for not taking a simple step to make you safer in a car.

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  8. David,

    I lived on Quarry Road there in that neighborhood. My greatest accomplishment there was out-running four black guys after one put a gun to my head.

    And Jamie is a moron, once again. What basic steps must one take? David JUST wrote that passersby would not be able to see the men popping out from the alley. I believe the basic steps to which you are referring would involve a move to northern Virginia. Shut your hole, moron.

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  9. @jamie.

    "So clearly it is the pasty transplants who do not know how to conduct themselves while living in an urban environment."

    street criminals = "urban environment"
    jogging with an iPod = "does not know how to conduct oneself"

    not hard for me to understand at all. and i guess in my fantasy world, people who steal from other people, violently or otherwise, are the one's who don't know how to conduct themselves in an unrban environment.

    i don't jog with my iPod or talk on the phone while walking alone at night. i just resent it is all.

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  10. I have to agree with this latest comment, that just because it's necessary to take precautions doesn't mean we have to enjoy it, or accept that it SHOULD be like that forever.

    yes, there are risks to walking in the city at night. and yes, a 'smart' person does what they can to minimize those risks. however, no matter how many precautions you take, like it or not you can still very easily be mugged. what i saw wasn't even on a dark stretch of alley in a 'bad' part of town. this is nothing new, it's not news. the only that's new about it is that i witnessed it for myself.

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  11. Ah, so you moved to Nova from DC. I have to wonder, what's your purpose in commenting here? Are you trying to convince the 600,000 people who live in DC that they're all stupid and the only rational step is to move out? You are indeed a philanthropist.

    Reminds me of some douchebag who moved to Arizona from DC a few years ago, but felt compelled to comment on various mailing lists every day for a frickin' year about how great it was there, and how whatever issue was being discussed was not a problem in Phoenix.

    You know what? I couldn't give a rat's ass how things are in Phoenix. What is it, do you need the constant validation of telling people how much better it is in the 'burbs, so you can feel better about your own choice? Because we really don't care. It's not like I've never been there, or am not aware of the pros and cons of living in either place.

    You don't see me on your Clarendon mailing lists saying how bad traffic on 66 is or how hard it is to get a seat at Galaxy Hut since all those new jerks moved to town or whatever the hell your problems in NoVa might be. Because I really don't care - I don't live there.

    Enjoy life in NoVa, obviously you prefer it. Now why don't you let those of us who prefer living in DC discuss how to avoid thugs in peace and you can go back to mowing your lawn or shopping at Tyson's Corner or whatever people do out there.

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  12. @Dave - I've never said we should enjoy it or accept that it should be like this forever. Who said that here?

    There is a greater risk of being a crime victim in DC than in Nova. We do what we can to minimize it.

    People who live outside cities typically drive much more than people living in cities, and have a much greater risk of dying a car accident. You wear a seatbelt to minimize that risk.

    What's the point here? You deal with the situation as it is. That doesn't mean you like it or have no interest in improving it, there is no perfect place to live. But life is happening now. Everyone's always free to make the choice Anon did, and move somewhere else that has a balance of pros and cons that they prefer.

    Anyway glad you called 911, probably the wisest course of action.

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  13. for the record i live in DC, not MD or VA.

    not sure where you got that impression, Jamie.

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  14. My bad. That would be because you said "I lived on Quarry road" and then "I believe the basic steps to which you are referring would involve a move to northern Virginia." I incorrectly concluded that you took your own advice and moved to NoVa.

    So what's your angle? Yeah, I'd prefer it if I could walk around with a seatbelt-buckled hipster bag on my shoulder, listening to Animal Collective at 3AM drunk and not have to worry, too. I'd also like it if I could leave my doors unlocked and my windows open all the time.

    But resent it? It's just a fact of life. I don't resent it any more than I resent that dealing with the DC government is a pain in the ass. It just is. But it's balanced by the fact that I can walk to almost every convenience and necessity and am close to almost everything I do for work and entertainment.

    If you resent it that much, then like I said - live somewhere else. Because it's not going to change overnight.

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  15. jamie, you didn't say it, i was referring back to the original comment about pasty transplants and whatnot. it seems like some people think 'just accept the fact you can't really walk anywhere at night, that's how it has been and that's how it always will be, and you are stupid for thinking or hoping otherwise'

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  16. I think we've come full circle here but I'm still not sure who those people are or what the point you (or Anon) is trying to make. What would be the point of living in DC if you felt like you couldn't walk anywhere at night? It sure isn't to save on rent.

    I think that most people who really feel that way would not choose to live here. The point of the pasty transplant comment, I think, is that if you take some basic precautions you'll probably be fine.

    I'm in my 20th year of walking around at night in Adams Morgan, Columbia Heights, U Street and Mt. Pleasant. Last mugging: August 1996 in Adams Morgan. I'm fully aware there are bad people out there every time I leave my house, much like I'm fully aware I could get in a car accident every time I start my car.

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  17. DC is surely a high crime area, though not the highest in the country.
    http://os.cqpress.com/citycrime/2009/CityCrime2009_Rank_Rev.pdf

    Rather than use anecdotal evidence to either exaggerate it or wish it away, why not just accept it?

    Given its existnce, I would imagine that tolerance for its presence and perception of avoidability through personal preventative measures varies by person, and there is an argument to be made that middle class white kids are easy targets of angry, resentful poorer people.

    By the way, Jamie, I think the hipster bag/ Animal Collective thing is pretty accurate.

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  18. Golf Playing BMW Driving Wilson Phillips Listening Native WashingtonianMarch 23, 2010

    Correction:

    Back in the day one of my good friends nearly was assaulted outside of a movie theatre in Maryland after exchanging a few words with some students who attended The Landon School.

    Nothing really happened but I do believe the police were called.

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  19. at this point i'm not sure what sort of point is trying to be made in the comments.

    i've never been mugged, knock on wood, and have lived here for nearly 8 years. i've witnessed this ONE near mugging. i've had my bag stolen from bar pilar back in 2007, and i've been involved in a few fights when i worked the door at a club/bar. i've had a few friends who have been robbed, or had their purses/bags stolen.

    i've had friends in other cities who have been hit in the head with a pipe while riding their bicycles. i've known people who get robbed in other cities. a friend of my from high school was shot and killed at a party at the university of missouri-columbia, when he tried to break up a fight.

    crime happens eveywhere. sometimes it happens a bit more in dc, sometimes a bit less. you have to be aware of your surroundings, but it can still happen then. it can happen in northern virginia, too, though maybe with less frequency.

    the only point i was making in this post was that yes, after 8 years of always 'being aware' of my surroundings i finally saw something suspicious. a lesson to never let your guard down, that's all...

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  20. Why won't you provide the names of the streets where this took place?

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  21. Because I don't want to advertise explicitly where I live. If people want to dig they can probably figure it out, but considering I've received multiple death threats because of this site, I don't broadcast it.

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  22. I don't know the location of this set up, but when something looked sketchy where I used to stay a lot, I'd just sit outside, near the door.

    Have a cigarette or glass of water w/ you, and grab a portable house phone if there is one. Just be casual outside to unsettle sketchy dudes. Call the cops if you have to and/or go inside. Don't act like a huffy snitch ready to dial, just someone able to call if you had to.

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  23. I was on Grand Jury duty last summer and heard about muggings, shootings, robberies, gang wars etc. I am still paranoid about walking out in the middle of the day in this city. There is crime EVERYWHERE! Be very careful. I am also grateful to the hard working police we have who put their life on the line for us everyday.

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  24. Both President Lincoln and President Reagan were shot in NW DC.

    None of you transplants were living here back then though.

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  25. Ha ha! Good one anon. You forgot Garfield, too, also shot in N.W. Washington. That makes three.

    Clearly - this is not a safe place for Presidents. The only rational course of action as a President, obviously, is to move the Capitol back to Philadelphia.

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  26. Reagan was gangstaMarch 24, 2010

    Reagan was gangsta

    In addition to getting shot he also had more street cred than all of you combined

    He even had his own rap record that was a local hit around here back in the day

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ocly0JWD2ug

    Of course none of you would remember that because none of you were living here back then.

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  27. Hey, just wanted to say thank you for keeping an eye out in your community and for taking action when you saw something that was clearly suspicious. It is scary sometimes to get involved, but if we want to have safer neighborhoods we sometimes have to take action.

    While the cops didn't get them this time, perhaps they will the next time those criminals try something. At least now, you have informed all of us about this and we can be more aware and alert.

    It doesn't matter where you live - crime happens. I No matter where you live you need to try and be observant and aware - it won't guarantee freedom from crime, but it makes you a more challenging target. I lived in London, UK for three years and crime was essentially a given.

    So lets all stop arguing and just look out for each other.

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  28. M@ said the 1990s are coming back!March 24, 2010

    M@ said the 1990s are coming back!

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  29. Why would you get death threats on this site? If people don't care for the content they shouldn't read it. It's not like there's a mandate to read it or else the IRS will slap on fine on you - hey sounds like something else that recently transpired. Anyway, hang in there DS.

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  30. By golly, by gum, Jamie is going to defend his decision to live in DC on every. single. blog. on the planet, if necessary. 'Cause that's how comfortable he is with the decision; he's gotta defend it, even when no one cares.

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  31. And despite not caring, you still feel compelled to spend your valuable time reading those comments, and responding to them!

    M@, your posts always make my day. You really you don't see the irony, do you? Much like you don't see the awkwardness of trolling the blog that evicted you.

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  32. Anon didn't write multiple short essays, Jamie. But you did. Seems you care more.

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  33. Or you could just get a gun... Oh yeah, this is DC, where people don't have rights

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  34. Taco SupremeMarch 28, 2010

    Taco Supreme.

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  35. I wish you would allow people to comment on your final entry. I think it's a shame that you aren't passing this blog on to someone else.

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  36. Not passing on this blog to someone who would be able to dish out some good hate (which you were never able to do) on the city like Rusty and James before you is some BS. Why are you spiting us all? This was once a great blog, and you decided to ruin it not only for the time you had control over it, but forever. Egotistical prick.

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  37. This blog has irredeemably sucked since the dawn of the Metro Dave era.

    Rusty, where are you? You saved us from Liz. Need some help here.

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  38. Jamie, you are a moron. Forever and ever.

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  39. Well, with Liz, I had administrator rights. No more. Which is fine since this blog became Dave's and it was/is awesome. I wish it would go on, but it's not my call.

    BTW, just spent a weekend in DC and had a really nice time! The cab meters worked, the trains stayed on track, and I managed not to get mugged. Hurray!

    The Nats will still be leaving by 2020 though.

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  40. Hey Rusty do you still attend those KKK rallys down in Prince William County?

    I remember you invited me to attend one time but I could not make it due to a prior commitment.

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  41. I don't think this blog should die. Some needs to provide a sarcastic take on District events, because we all can't read that rag the Prince of Petworth. Its a shame you're leaving David, but its downright criminal not to leave the blog to someone else.

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  46. AnonymousMay 20, 2010

    What was with your last post? Like we really give a shit? You sound like a retarded teenybopper livejournal tantrum. You are a moron just like everyone else in this idiotic city.

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