BREAKING: Democrat congressman Henry Cuellar carjacked at gunpoint outside DC apartment

Democrat Congressman Henry Cuellar was carjacked at gunpoint this evening according to multiple reports.

Democrat Congressman Henry Cuellar was carjacked at gunpoint this evening according to multiple reports.

The crime occurred outside his DC apartment in the Navy Yard / Capitol Hill area.

A DC alert went out shortly after the incident that indicated that three black males were on the loose.

The white Honda has since been recovered. 

Laura Barron-Lopez, a White House correspondent for Newshour tweeted that Cuellar is safe. 

"House Democratic Caucus Chair Pete Aguilar, D-Calif., was seen at the scene with Cuellar as Capitol Police were processing the scene and appeared to be taking a statement from Cuellar" according to Fox News.

In July, DC Mayor Muriel Bowser implemented emergency crime laws amid rising criminal activity. 

During the previous fiscal year within DC courts, nearly 2,000 adults faced felony charges. Among this group, 701 individuals were granted pre-trial release, and an additional 374 were subsequently released at various points according to a local NBC affiliate. 

At the time of publication, the three black male suspects have not been apprehended.

This is a breaking story and will be updated. 
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LOL. You reap what you sow, libtards.

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