The rush to get around on the Metro can be a frantic one. But, according to police, four men recently made the ride miserable for four women. Authorities say in the last several weeks, these men have exposed themselves to female passengers while aboard a train.
Symone Greene, 22, was working at Options Public Charter School in Northeast D.C. when she first met the victim, a 17-year-old football player, on Oct. 17, according to court documents. The student told police he was working as an office assistant and assisted Green twice that day in her English class.
The Grass March and Cowboy Express was scheduled to begin its trek along the Route 234 and Route 29 corridors at 4 a.m. But when News4’s Molette Green caught up with the convoy just before 6 a.m., there was only one rider. He told News4 that he was on his way to meet with a larger group at the Key Bridge.
The District was the nation’s third rattiest city in 2013, faring better than just Chicago and Los Angeles, according to pest control company Orkin. Orkin compiled these ranking based on how many rat treatments it performed in 2013, so take this ranking with a large cluster of rat dropping–sized skepticism.