‘Peeping Tom’ Chevy Chase Landlord Avoids Prison Time – Dennis Alan Van Dusen, who pleaded guilty to installing small cameras inside smoke detectors to spy on female tenants in his Chevy Chase home, was sentenced to a three-year suspended sentence and probation and will not face prison time. He also must continue psychiatric care. Police said Van Dusen rented rooms at favorable rates to young women and then filmed them when they were with their boyfriends. [NBC4]

D.C. Man Pleads Guilty To Role In High Profile Smash-and-Grabs – Floyd Davis, 43, admitted in Federal Court on Tuesday that he went into three stores ahead of time to tell his accomplices how many people were inside and where the security guards were stationed. He admitted to a role in at least three of the as many as 14 robberies at high-end jewelry, watch and other stores across the region, including the April 30 robbery of the Cartier store in Chevy Chase. [Washington Post]

Frequently Asked Questions On Bus Rapid Transit – A proposed Bus Rapid Transit system has elicited a big response from some in the community, but how exactly would it work? Councilmember Roger Berliner’s office is distributing a fact sheet to interested residents. [Friends of White Flint]

More Rain Today, Then Things Should Clear Up For July 4 – After more rain today, the forecast calls for clearing skies and temperatures in the upper-80s just in time for Independence Day. [Weather.com]

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