Word of the arrests in the murder of Arnesha Bowers comes just hours after police announce they’ve broken up a drug gang responsible for much of the bloodshed in the streets.
More insight from two Baltimore City police officers. They are speaking out, but concealing their identity to talk about what it’s like on the streets since the death of Freddie Gray.
Are the criminals winning? Some Baltimore City officers say the charges in the Freddie Gray case have made them less likely to make arrests—and they don’t feel like police have the support of city leaders.
Baltimore’s top cop confirms what WJZ has been reporting – -almost 200,000 narcotics are on the streets of Baltimore, and police say they’re fueling deadly turf wars.
Police Commissioner Anthony Batts proposes new safety measures for transportation vans.
It comes after the in-custody death of Freddie Gray over one month ago.
Riots, stolen pharmacy drugs and a surge in violence. The city’s top cop tells WJZ there may be a link between the three.
It’s been one month since anti-police riots erupted in Baltimore and injured more than 100 city officers. Now Baltimore’s top cop reaches out to his ranks to tell them he let them down.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is winning support from other public officials and praise from legal experts for asking the U.S. Justice Department to investigate her police department for discriminatory patterns or practices.
If anyone in Baltimore was hoping to see the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight tonight, looks like you’ll have to pay for it.
Police Commissioner Anthony Batts says he’s very pleased with the first few nights of the curfew.
This came as a surprise, police said they would not turn their information over to prosecutors until tomorrow.