Shot Alexandria officer moves to rehab hospital

The Alexandria police officer who was shot in the head during a traffic stop in late February was moved across town to a rehabilitation hospital Thursday to continue his recovery. Officer Peter Laboy, 45, could talk and recognize people and has done some walking, said MedStar Washington Hospital Center spokesman Matt Brock. Laboy was moved to the MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital, and doctors estimated his recovery process would take six to 12 months. Brock said doctors called Laboy's recovery "one in a million." The Alexandria Police Department will host a blood drive in Laboy's honor on March 21.

7th teen charged with murder in Woodley Park Metro stabbing

A seventh Prince George's County teenager has been indicted and charged with murder in November's fatal stabbing at the Woodley Park Metro station, officials said. Greg Whittaker, 19, of Hyattsville, was charged Wednesday with felony murder in the death of 18-year-old Olijawon Griffin, according to the District's U.S. Attorney's Office. Six other teens were indicted on murder charges last month in the incident, which began when a group of nine teenagers allegedly robbed Griffin of his coat and hat.

Woman stabbed on Capitol Hill

A woman was stabbed on Capitol Hill in an incident that may have been a case of domestic violence, police said. The stabbing took place at about 8 p.m. Wednesday near Kentucky Avenue and C Street SE. The victim was conscious and breathing when emergency personnel arrived.

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