Man Arrested After Fleeing Capitol Police Officer; Three Hurt
Three people were injured near Capitol Hill on Monday when a man fleeing a Capitol Police officer hit a commuter bus with his car.
Marquis Johnson was arrested shortly after jumping a median in his car at New Jersey Avenue and H Street Northwest and then fleeing on foot. He was charged with felony fleeing, reckless driving, no valid permit and a fictitious temporary tag, according to Capitol Police spokeswoman Sgt. Kimberly Schneider.
Johnson hit several parked cars and a commuter bus, injuring two passengers and the driver. All three were taken to MedStar with non-life-threatening injuries.
Johnson fled in his car at about 11 a.m., after an officer tried to pull him over for suspicious tags near Union Station.
— Emily Yehle