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The Blotter for June 13

Arrest in Taser sex-assault attempt

D.C. police have made an arrest of a Montgomery County man who they said used a Taser in a break-in and attempted sexual assault of a woman in Northwest Washington.

Fifty-year-old Paul Mannina, of Ashton, Md., was charged Wednesday with assault with intent to commit first-degree sexual assault while armed and burglary while armed. Police said he knocked on a door of a residence about 10 a.m. on June 5, and attempted to sexually assault the victim using the Taser and pepper spray. Police said the victim knew Mannina.

D.C. man guilty of killing stepson

A D.C. man was found guilty of second-degree murder while armed in the 2011 shooting death of his stepson.

Ronald Page, 60, was in an argument with his 17-year-old son and stepson, Nicholas Satcher, at their family home in Northeast Washington on the evening of Jan. 5, 2011. Page then got a gun and pointed it at both young men, ordering Satcher to leave the room. Page then followed Satcher and fired the gun, fatally wounding his stepson, prosecutors said.

P.G. police officer involved in deadly crash

A man died after his car was struck by a Prince George's County police car responding to a call, police said.

At 3:05 a.m. Wednesday, an officer was responding to an unrelated collision and was driving on Route 197 when his cruiser collided with a civilian car at the intersection with London Lane in Bowie. The police car struck the driver's side of the civilian vehicle, Prince George's County police said.

The driver of the civilian vehicle died at a hospital, police said.

Officers with the police department's collision analysis and reconstruction unit are investigating the cause of the crash and are working to determine who was at fault.

-- Scott McCabe and Naomi Jagoda