From the October 2010 edition of the Glover Park Gazette:
In 2007, Vasile Graure doused a young Good Guys (2311 Wisconsin) manager with gasoline and set him on fire. The victim, Vladimir Djordjevic (above), had been hospitalized with severe burns since the attack, but in May, he died of his injuries. Now Graure—already serving a 30-year sentence for the assault—faces murder charges.
On the night of the incident, Graure had been drinking at the strip club, but he was ejected for trying to photograph one of the dancers. He walked up to the gas station at Wisconsin Avenue and Calvert Street and returned with two gallons of gas. When Djordjevic tried to stop him from torching the club, Graure splashed gasoline on him and set him ablaze.
Graure had not been arraigned on the murder charge at press time. There will be a felony conference status in the case on October 12.