A person reported a possible sighting of the "Facebook Live Killer" overnight in D.C., according to Metropolitan police.  Authorities determined this to be a false call. 

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The sighting was reported in the 2100 block of Massachusetts Ave. around 12:41 a.m. 

Somebody was turned away at the hotel because they wanted to pay cash for a room, according to the Embassy Row attendant at the front desk. 

The attendant says the report was a false alarm and the man was not the suspect in question. The attendant did not check the man's ID however, according to WUSA9's Mikea Turner.