D.C.: Charges promptly dropped for two in latest teen carjacking attempt

D.C.: Charges promptly dropped for two in latest teen carjacking attempt
Muriel Bowser (Image: YouTube screen grab via Washington Post)

[Ed. – One of the attackers used a stun-gun on the victim.  Fortunately, the vic was able to get away.  One attacker remains under charges; a fourth escaped arrest.]

Two teenagers allegedly involved in an attempted carjacking in the Navy Yard neighborhood in Washington, D.C. had their charges dropped as similar incidents are on the rise in the nation’s capital.

The Metropolitan Police Department said in a press release the incident occurred on Friday and a total of four suspects were involved. The suspects approached the victim and tried to steal the vehicle, one of whom used a stun gun on the victim, however they were unsuccessful in stealing it.

All suspects then fled the scene but three were arrested by police with the fourth being able to get away. The arrested suspects are all female and are aged 16, 14, and 12 years-old.

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