Police Search For Suspect Who Assaulted 63-Year-Old Man and Stole $1

7889270_G D.C. police are searching for this man who was shown on a video (below) assaulted a 63-year-old man and knocking him out — and then robbing him of $1.

The video was found on a surveillance camera on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue. The attacker is shown first speaking with the victim and then suddenly knocking him out. He then picks up what appears to be change on the ground.

The victim suffered a laceration and bruise but was later released.

It obviously could have been far worse and the danger is that this man clearly has not only a violent disposition but an uncontrollable violent disposition — making him a serious threat to the public.

Anyone with information about the suspect is asked to call D.C. police at 202-727-9099. A $1,000 reward is being offered for information that leads to an arrest and conviction for the person in this robbery.

35 thoughts on “Police Search For Suspect Who Assaulted 63-Year-Old Man and Stole $1”

  1. Congratulations to the protestors who wanted the police out of their neighborhoods. Congratulations to the district Attorney who wants to charge police with crimes for doing their duty. Congratulations to the press who pressed the meme that African Americans were most in dange from their police force and not the savages who are running wild right now. Congratulations to all of those people who didn’t want the police to “provoke” the criminals by enforcing quality of life crimes. They wanted to cops to roll on by and ignore things. To stop the incarceration of the youth in the community even if they are breaking the law.

    Well they got what the asked for.

    How is that working out for Baltimore?

  2. trooperyork

    Congrats to whom? Law enforcement? I thought they protected us from these murders….

    Where’s Darren Smith? He has said nothing about Baltimore PD’s action since the protest/riots. If policing and protection was the true concern he would be outraged about this. But nothing… I’m waiting for the monthly Erdogan article.

    1. TJustice – I have not seen Darren comment on anything for several days. I am thinking he might be on vacation.

  3. It is up to 40 bodies that have dropped in Baltimore in the Merry Month of May.

    The Ferguson Effect is in full force.


  4. how many people lie on job application’s…when a person does, they commit perjury in California…perjury is a felony…think about it…if you lie to secure a federal, state, or county job and lie…you have committed perjury…this may not always be the case in the private sector though…I’m not a lawyer..

  5. Nick Spinelli,

    “Most Americans are criminals, and don’t know it, or suspect that they are but believe they’ll never get prosecuted … Violations are so common that any attempt to go after all criminals would sweep up millions of people.”

    I know it helps people here to condemn people pursued for committing crimes (and this guy committed a criminal act), but look at the people y’all support.

    Jefferson Memorial indeed says: “Indeed I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just: that his justice cannot sleep forever.”

  6. Just WHY did no one who was nearby even TRY to help this victim out? WHY is it OK for this black thug to assault someone and no one seems to care? Where is Sharpton/Jackson on THIS ONE? – NOWHERE. It’s as if, this is OK, and the “knockout game” is NO GAME, but rather, “a criminal assault, and SHOULD be met with the FULL Extent of the Law and the Attackers need to be jailed/heavily fined and shown ALL OVER THE NET-their parent’s must be So Proud of the Thugs they’ve raised. Sickening. They get away with this, as Obama/Holder stated: “We will prosecute white on black crimes, but Not black on white”…They emboldened these thugs and THAT, is what they ARE-thugs.

  7. Lol and this blog isn’t racist at all.

    List the number for your colleagues like david addington, john too or Harold koh since they commited war crimes and not misdemeanors.


  8. Gangster rappers going to college is almost as ludicrous. or should I say Ludacris, as the myth of strippers working the pole through college. I was @ a crap table @ the MGM Grand w/ Ludacris down @ the other end of the table. He had an entourage of about 15. None of them knew how to play craps worth a damn.

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