For the third time, a Baltimore man is facing murder charges in the death of North Carolina teen Phylicia Barnes. Her disappearance launched a massive manhunt.
A major announcement from the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s office. The man tried twice for the murder of North Carolina teenager Phylicia Barnes was indicted again. Barnes disappeared in Baltimore in 2010; her body was found months later.
The man who’s been tried twice for the murder of teenager Phylicia Barnes has been indicted again.
Walking free. Charges have been dropped against the man accused of murdering honor student Phylicia Barnes. A judge ordered that Michael Johnson be released because prosecutors did not have sufficient evidence in the case.
A mistrial was declared in the murder of a North Carolina teenager. This is the second time Baltimore City prosecutors have tried to get a second degree murder conviction against Michael Johnson in the death of Phylicia Barnes.
A trial continues for the man accused in the 2010 murder of 16-year-old Phylicia Barnes.
A new trial begins with a new judge, but the prosecution’s theory that Michael Johnson choked Phylicia Barnes after becoming sexually obsessed with her remains the same.
The second trial for the Baltimore man convicted of murdering Phylicia Barnes has been postponed.
It has been three years since a North Carolina honor student vanished in Baltimore. On Saturday, her family marked the anniversary of her disappearance.
A new trial for a man accused of killing a North Carolina teenager has been postponed.
He was the lead detective investigating the disappearance and murder of 16-year-old Phylicia Barnes. Now a Baltimore City police officer faces criminal charges for his actions while searching for his own missing child.
It’s back to the drawing board for attorneys on both sides of the Phylicia Barnes murder case after a judge throws out her accused killer’s conviction and orders a new trial.