Shooting near Biden's granddaughter's house: Search for suspects ongoing

Secret Service opened fire on criminals near Naomi Biden's house in Georgetown. The criminals fled the scene in a red car

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US police car, illustrative photo / Photo: Matt Popovich

On the evening of November 12, near the home of Naomi Biden, the granddaughter of US President Joe Biden, in the Georgetown area, a shooting incident occurred.

According to information from Associated Press, Secret Service agents opened fire on three unknown individuals who tried to break into their vehicle. These individuals smashed the window of an SUV belonging to the Secret Service agents, which was parked at the curb.

At the time of the incident, there was no one inside the vehicle. After the fire was opened on them, the criminals fled the scene in a red car.

The Secret Service representatives reported that no one was harmed as a result of the incident.


A search for the criminals is currently underway. The Secret Service has distributed an informational bulletin among local police to assist in the search for the red car used by the suspects to escape.

Naomi Biden, the eldest granddaughter of US President Joe Biden and the daughter of his son Hunter, got engaged in September 2021. On November 19, 28-year-old Naomi married 25-year-old lawyer Peter Neal.

The ceremonial event with Joe and Jill Biden took place in the White House dining room. This was the first wedding celebration in the White House in the last nine years.


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