Shocking homicide numbers this year have city leaders looking for ways to combat the growing number of murders. There have been almost 200 murders in 2013 and September is the second deadliest month this year.
Two Pasadena men arrested for stealing items from a parked car may be behind other crimes in the community.
Tackling violent crime remains a top priority for city leaders. But with murders and shootings on the rise, there is renewed debate over how to curb it.
A police pursuit in Mount Vernon seriously damages a local business. It’s one of several high-profile crimes that have some neighbors worried.
The Maryland Task Force on Juvenile Court Jurisdiction is scheduled to meet.
A man who took a cab to and from a bank he robbed has pleaded guilty to the crime.
Keeping tabs on inmates at the Carroll County Detention Center. Sending police anonymous tips. Searching for the county’s most wanted. There’s an app for that.
Three city teens are under arrest for at least 20 attacks in different parts of Baltimore. Police say they carjacked vehicles, then used the stolen cars to ambush people and rob them.
Metro Transit Police are reporting a spike in the number of thefts of smart phones and other portable electronic devices.
Residents in some of Baltimore’s most popular neighborhoods say they’re seeing a dramatic increase in crime. At the center is last week’s brutal beating of a man in Little Italy.
Anne Arundel County Police have arrested a Hanover woman, who they say stabbed her younger sister during a dispute over a car.
Violence continues to grip Baltimore City with a record number of homicides reported this summer.