National Guard Uses Floodlights to Stop D.C. Holdups

Print The National Guard is lighting up the Dupont Circle area in Washington, D.C. with high-powered lights this week to help deter robberies that might also be connected to the killing of a waiter at a nearby restaurant, the Washington Post reports. The Guard usually uses the lights to discourage street-corner drug dealing. Police also
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