A Baltimore City Police detective says he was harassed at work, even finding a dead rat on his windshield. He believes it’s because he testified in court against two officers convicted in a corruption case.
Lawyers for the Baltimore City Police are accused of harassment and intimidation. It all stems from a lawsuit filed against police by a man who videotaped officers violently arresting a woman at the Preakness.
An Essex man has pleaded guilty to hanging a dead raccoon from a noose on the porch of a black family in Middle River.
Witnesses are crucial to the criminal justice system’s success, so Baltimore State’s Attorney Gregg Bernstein says it’s no wonder that the “enemies of justice” try to stop them from cooperating.