Police are using electronic billboards and a Web site in their efforts to catch a man known as the East Coast Rapist. Officials say their efforts are generating leads.
Authorities in D.C. say they are at least several months away from fixing the city's faulty breathalyzer program.
The FBI and local police are launching a new effort to catch the so-called "East Coast Rapist," believed responsible for attacks on 17 women since 1997.
In Maryland, 31 Baltimore police officers have been suspended, 17 of whom are facing conspiracy and extortion charges.
Metro crime statistics show the transit agency has hit a five-year high in the number of rapes, robberies and assaults.
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