5 things you need to know Monday

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Here are five things you need to know on Monday, April 7:

5. A storm system is moving toward the Metro from the south. Rain showers will arrive during the Monday morning rush hour. Those early showers will turn to periods of steadier rain in the afternoon through the evening rush.

FORECAST: Yellow Alert: Rain with heaviest rain in afternoon

4. Police want your help identifying a person who may know something in the case of missing 8-year-old Relisha Rudd. They say this man may have information and they only want to speak with him. Please call the tip line at 202-727-9099 if you think you know who he is.

AMBER ALERT: Community members search for Relisha Rudd

3. DC police are investigating an officer involved shooting on the grounds of a Southeast D.C. school. Police approached an armed man and ordered him to drop his weapon. The suspect refused to do so, causing at least one of the officers to open fire. The suspect was hit, and taken to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead.

MORE: Police shoot, kill armed man on school playground

2. Lawyers in the Chris Brown assault case will argue motions in a D.C. courtroom Monday. The singer is facing a misdemeanor assault charge in the District. Brown and his bodyguard are accused of hitting a man outside the "W" Hotel last October. Brown's trial is scheduled to start April 17.

MORE: Marshals take custody of Brown for Washington case

1. Monday marks the last day of Maryland's General Assembly session. Lawmakers are expected to put the finishing touches on a bill decriminalizing marijuana, and another increasing the minimum wage. Both houses have passed versions of those measures and now they just need to iron out the differences.

MORE: Md. legislative session enters last day



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