DC mayor ignited outrage in a tweet after Uber Eats deadly carjacking

Written by on April 3, 2021


DC mayor ignited outrage in a tweet after Uber Eats deadly carjacking

More DC teens arrested as graphic video of deadly Uber Eats carjacking surfaces

Just days after two teenage girls in Washington, D.C., were charged in a botched carjacking that led to the brutal death of an Uber Eats delivery driver, D.C. police arrested two more teens in another armed carjacking.

The two boys, ages 13 and 14, and both from Southeast D.C. were arrested and charged with armed carjacking, the D.C. Metropolitan Police Department said.

The carjacking occurred on a Thursday around 8:50 p.m. in the 100 Block of 42nd Street, Northeast, police said.

The victim was in the driver’s seat of their vehicle when two suspects approached. One suspect opened the vehicle door and assaulted the victim, police said. The victim got out and the second suspect also started to assault the victim.

The vehicle was returned and towed by the owner. No additional arrests were made and the case is still under investigation.

The boys’ arrest comes after a horrifying video emerged of the deadly botched carjacking by two teenage girls that also took place in D.C.

– DC mayor deletes preventing auto theft tweet after igniting outrage.

Carjackings in DC have been on the rise over the last couple of years

Mayor Muriel Bowser deleted a tweet on ways to “reduce” the risk of carjackings after it provoked outrage online for making no mention of an armed carjacking earlier that resulted in the death of an Uber Eats delivery driver.

The post was a retweet from the D.C. Metro police that offered ways on reducing the chances of getting your vehicle stolen.

“Auto theft is a crime of opportunity,” Bowser wrote. “Follow these steps to reduce the risk of your vehicle becoming a target. Remember the motto, #ProtectYourAuto.”

The post came less than a week after two armed carjackings in the city. Two teenage girls were charged with the carjacking death of a 66-year-old Uber Eats delivery driver. Just two days later, two teen boys were arrested in another armed carjacking.

Bowser was slammed for what some regarded as her “tone-deaf” and poorly timed tweet, which made no mention of either of the carjackings.

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