U.S. Capitol Police Catch Union Station Shooting Suspects
United States Capitol Police (USCP) officers caught two people who are accused of being involved with a shooting at Union Station. Just before 4:00 p.m., a USCP sergeant heard the shots at Union Station. Meanwhile, DC’s Metropolitan Police put out a radio call for shots fired. USCP officers nearby quickly responded, searched the area, and caught two suspects near North Capitol Street and H Street. They also confiscated a handgun.
One person suffered a minor wound to their foot during the shooting at Union Station.
The Amtrak Police Department is the lead on the investigation. DC’s Metropolitan Police Department assisted.