Reagan airport traveler snagged with 13 weapons

A District of Columbia man was cited after he tried to board an airplane at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport with 13 expandible batons in his carry-on baggage. According to the Transportation Security Administration, inspectors found the 20-inch weapons inside the carry-on baggage Monday. Police confiscated the batons and cited 42-year-old Alexander Annett with carrying a dangerous weapon on airport property.

There was no impact to airport operations, authorities said, and Annett was allowed to rebook his flight to John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York.

D.C. bookkeeper sentenced for theft of $150k

A personal bookkeeper from the District was sentenced to 14 months for stealing more than $150,000 from her employer and for tax evasion.

Diane Michelle Pimble, 41, worked as a bookkeeper for an individual residing in Maryland between 2008 and 2011. She managed her employer's accounts, paid bills, organized financial information using an accounting software program and prepared reports of her employer's bank accounts.

It was during this time that Pimble wrote more than 100 unauthorized checks to herself, ranging in amounts from $128 to $4,650, using a stamp bearing her employer's name.

She also inflated salary checks for herself and created fake balance reports.

Audi sought in Prince George's slaying

Prince George's County police are searching for a car that they believe was taken during a 48-year-old Upper Marlboro man's slaying.

Shortly before 1 p.m. Monday, officers went to the 8500 block of Rainswood Drive in Landover and found Keith Massaton Watson inside an industrial building, suffering from gunshot wounds. Watson was pronounced dead at the scene, police said.

Detectives are searching for Watson's car, a 2004 black Audi A6 with Maryland tags reading "01524CE." Police are also working to determine who killed Watson and what the motive was.

- Scott McCabe