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Baltimore battles back against one of its deadliest months in decades. Some of May’s rash of killings are still unsolved, including the murder of a mother and her 7-year-old son. Now city police hit the neighborhood full force.
A war of words plays out between Baltimore’s mayor and the union that represents city police. The union wants to know–did Stephanie Rawlings-Blake order police to stand down during violent riots that injured more than 100 officers.
Turning the tide. Homicides and shootings up dramatically in Baltimore after six city police officers are charged in the death of Freddie Gray. It’s not an easy job, and it’s even harder on the city’s west side.
Some 160 officers and scores of firefighters were injured during the Freddie Gray riots.
Mold, mice and a lack of medical care: Inhumane conditions that advocates say continue to plague the Baltimore City Detention Center, and may be linked to seven deaths.
A multi-million dollar scheme at the Baltimore City landfill. A three year undercover FBI investigation leads to the indictment of nearly a dozen people, including some city public works employees.
Some community leaders tell WJZ since the indictments of six officers in the Freddie Gray case, violence has surged because city police have been holding back.
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.
After the protest and riots that followed Freddie Gray’s death last month, the T-shirts seemed to be everywhere: in the protesting crowds, on from the sidewalks of West Baltimore, and on cable news.
City crime spike. A dramatic increase in violence in Baltimore. Dozens of shooting and murders in the last few weeks following the riots last month.
City police say the boy was struck after running out in front of a marked patrol cruiser.