Little Italy fights back. One of Baltimore’s top dining destinations says recent crime is driving business away–so community leaders are taking neighborhood safety into their own hands.
Prosecutors are not seeking jail time for a former member of an Orthodox Jewish neighborhood watch group convicted in the beating of a black teenager.
Judge Convicts 1 Brother Of Assault & False Imprisonment In Neighborhood Watch Trial; Other Brother Cleared
Split decision. A judge rules in the trial of two brothers accused of beating a teenager during a neighborhood watch patrol.
It’s now up to a judge. Was it self-defense or a brutal attack? After days of testimony, one of the brothers takes the stand. The suspect tells a judge, the teen attacked first.
The trial resumes for brothers accused of beating an African-American teenager. On Tuesday, several witnesses took the stand.
Community activists will be closely watching what happens in a Baltimore courtroom as the trial for two Jewish brothers accused of beating an African-American teenager resumes on Monday. It’s a case that’s already seen some bombshell developments.
The trial for brothers accused of beating an African-American teen moves forward one day after the alleged victim refuses to testify and even asks for charges to be dropped.
Alleged Teen Victim In Baltimore Neighborhood Watch Beating Now Wants Charges Dropped; Refuses To Testify In Court
There are dramatic twists in the trial of two brothers accused of beating an African-American teenager in Northwest Baltimore. The star witness takes the stand and refuses to testify, even asking for the charges to be dropped.
The case against George Zimmerman in Florida is affecting a Baltimore trial involving a neighborhood watch group.
Police in Prince George’s County are holding a “neighborhood watch walk” this weekend.
Amtrak is tapping into the rail fan community to help keep the nation’s passenger railroad safe.
Dueling protests downtown.The two brothers involved in a racially charged incident in Park Heights headed to court Wednesday morning. In November, a black teenager was stopped by a Jewish volunteer neighborhood patrol group called Shomrim. What happened next is in dispute, but assault charges have been filed against the two.