Sex and smuggling behind bars. This week, WJZ investigates the long-term corruption inside the Baltimore City Detention Center. The man at the top tells WJZ he has made major changes to clean up the jail.
Police raids continue across Baltimore as the mayor puts the pressure on gang members and others she says are terrorizing the streets with drugs and crime.
The hunt is on for more members of a notoriously violent gang police say terrorized a East Baltimore neighborhood for years.
Police battle back against a notorious Baltimore gang — the Black Guerrilla Family. Members are accused of intimidating and killing more than a dozen people.
Two dozen members and associates of a subset of the Bloods street gang have been indicted on an array of racketeering and trafficking charges that put all at risk of a possible life sentence.
The man accused of running a sophisticated drug dealing operation behind bars as an inmate at the Baltimore City Detention Center pleaded guilty to federal racketeering charges Tuesday.
The most wanted man in Baltimore–tracked down and arrested several states away. Detectives say Darryl Anderson is a powerful enforcer in the Black Guerrilla Family gang–responsible for at least two murders.
A federal grand jury has indicted 18 alleged members of the Bloods gang in Howard County on racketeering charges. Two of those gang members and three others are facing drug charges.
In wake of the corruption scandal at the Baltimore City Detention Center, Gov. Martin O’Malley has outlined his plan to combat crime behind bars.
Big changes at the Baltimore City Detention Center, just days after the Feds discover sex, drugs and a lucrative business thriving inside the jail walls run by a notorious gang.
Jailhouse Soap Opera: 13 Female Guards Indicted For Smuggling Drugs & Phones; 4 Impregnated By Same Inmate
It was a brazen scheme to smuggle drugs and cell phones into Baltimore jails. More than two dozen people face federal charges, including corrections officers—some of whom got pregnant by the same inmate.
Harry Davis was convicted Thursday of second-degree murder, first-degree assault and weapons violations for shooting at a group of men who refused to join his gang.