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Teens Driving Crime Up in BaltimoreThe rate of robberies are soaring in Baltimore. Police report it's a big jump from last year, and they say it's teens teens driving up those numbers.
Arrest Made After Man Died From Fatal Head ShotCity police arrest Erik Mullins, 35, in connection with the fatal shooting of 48-year-old John Davis.
Report: Baltimore's Homicide Count Has Surpassed New York City'sThe number of homicides in Baltimore so far this year has surpassed the number of homicides in New York City, WJZ media partner The Baltimore Sun reports.
Baltimore Gets Bloodier As Arrests Drop Post-Freddie GrayA 31-year-old woman and a young boy were shot in the head Thursday, becoming Baltimore's 37th and 38th homicide victims so far this month, the city's deadliest in 15 years.
Baltimore Officials Pleased With Lower Crime StatsThe mayor and Baltimore City police commissioner say they have made good on a year-long promise to reduce crime across the city and build better relationships between police and the community they serve and they have numbers to prove their strategic plan is working.
Baltimore Man Arrested In Stabbing, Sex AssaultA Baltimore man has been arrested in the near-fatal stabbing of an acquaintance and the sexual assault of the victim's girlfriend.
Md. Man Arrested In Stabbing Attack Of His MotherPolice say a Baltimore County man has been arrested on charges in his mother's stabbing attack.
MTA Police Chief Says Baltimore Train System Is Very Safe; Some Riders DisagreeMaryland transportation officials are telling the public that Baltimore's metro system is safe after a video emerged that appears to show two younger men trying to push someone out of a moving train.
Baltimore Leaders Fight City's Criminal Reputation In Pop CultureBaltimore is fighting a bad rap. First it was "Homicide," then "The Wire" and now another hit. A new National Geographic TV show features what they call "the heroin hustle" taking over Baltimore streets. Now city leaders are battling back.
Crime Is Down In Baltimore But Still Much Work To Be DoneBaltimore City officials say crime is down across the city but there is still more work to be done, despite the drop in the homicide rate.
Study Finds Liquor Stores Linked With Baltimore's Violent CrimesA new research study released by Johns Hopkins University says liquor stores are associated with violent crimes in Baltimore City.
Focusing & Fighting Back: Mayor Plans To Crack Down On Crime Hot SpotsCracking down on crime hot spots. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced her plans to cut down violence throughout the city--as 2014 sees an 80 percent increase in homicides over last year.

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