Peter Hermann Reporter covering the crime, especially the DC Police Department on 8 November at 8:57 AM Four teenagers aged 13 and 14 were arrested in connection with an armed seizure and a series of robberies The three-hour span on Tuesday in northwestern and northeastern Washington, according to DC police. The alleged crime began just before 7 pm. when the police said the youth approached a person in the 3900 block of Blaine Street NE, between Deanwood and Anacostia. Two were armed with guns, police said, and asked for the victim's property and vehicle. About 7:35 pm, police said the four boys faced another person in the 2200 block of Taylor Street NE, south of Michigan Park, about five miles from the first incident. The police said two boys threatened the man with guns, took the property and escaped on foot. An hour later, police said three youths attacked a person in the 5300 block of New Hampshire Avenue NW, in Brightwood Park. One had a gun, the police said, and they took the property and fled into the victim's vehicle. At around 10.20pm, police said the four young men approached a person in the 4200 blockade of Eads Street NE, near Deanwood. One was armed with a gun, police said, and they asked for the property. No one was obtained and they fled, police said. The youths were accused of being minors with various charges of armed robbery, armed robbery and assault with intent to rob. Two of the fourteen-year-olds live in the north-east and the others live in the south-east. The 13-year-old lives in the north-east. The police did not say if any of the vehicles or property was recovered.