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The Latest: No charges for passenger in DC crash that hurt 3

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on a crash in Washington where police officers were injured (all times local):

5:45 p.m.

The driver of a truck that police say hit two police officers and a traffic control aide in a popular Washington nightlife area is charged with assault with intent to kill.

Police said Brandon Figures-Mormon, 22, of Disputanta, Virginia, also faces a weapons charge. Police initially said 23-year-old passenger Dwayne Taylor of Prince George, Virginia, also faced a weapons charge, but a spokesman for the Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia says that after reviewing evidence the office elected not to charge Taylor.

When traffic stopped Thursday in the Adams Morgan neighborhood, Police Chief Peter Newsham says a truck pulled into the median and hit the trio. Police arrested two men and found an assault rifle inside.

A woman who answered at a listing for Figures-Mormon declined to comment.

4:30 p.m.

The driver of a truck that police say hit two police officers and a traffic control aide in a popular Washington nightlife area is charged with assault with intent to kill.

Police said Friday that 22-year-old Brandon Figures-Mormon of Disputanta, Virginia, and passenger, 23-year-old Dwayne Taylor of Prince George, Virginia, also face weapons charges.

When traffic stopped Thursday in the Adams Morgan neighborhood, Police Chief Peter Newsham says a truck pulled into the median and hit the trio. Police arrested two men and found an assault rifle inside.

Court records show Figures-Mormon was charged in 2014 with assaulting a police officer. He pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault and battery and received a suspended jail sentence of one year.

A woman who answered at a listing for Figures-Mormon declined to comment.

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