The allegations revealed in a Baltimore Sun investigation. They involve people who suffered broken bones, head trauma and even death—allegedly after altercations with city police.
A Baltimore board is set to approve a $49,000 settlement with a man who sued Baltimore police, accusing officers of breaking his jaw after arresting him.
It’s happened again: police caught on video in a chaotic struggle with a suspect—but this time, the city’s top cop says his officers used necessary force and he’s renewing his calls for body cameras on every officer.
It’s been more than a month since the shooting death of unarmed teenager Michael Brown at the hands of a police officer in Ferguson. The shooting sparked outrage and nationwide protests. Now city leaders in Baltimore, including the mayor, are coming together to try and create a better relationship between citizens and the police.
Baltimore police are investigating a shooting in northwest Baltimore.
A Baltimore City police detective who claims he’s been intimidated on the job is leaving the force. He says he’s been harassed since testifying against fellow officers who were convicted in a misconduct case.
Baltimore police are investigating several shootings.
Two years into the job, top cop Anthony Batts is working overtime to keep his job and make Baltimore safer. His confirmation hearing is set for 10 a.m. Wednesday.
With police encounters under intense scrutiny, there are growing calls for officers to record those encounters with cameras on their bodies. Some Maryland police departments are already doing it—and Baltimore could be next.
It’s an incredible case of animal hoarding in a Charles Village neighborhood. More than 30 animals are now in Animal Control’s custody after they were found thin and matted inside of a two-story home.
Baltimore police are investigating three shootings from Monday morning.
Baltimore City Police are investigating two non-fatal shootings that happened within the same hour.