The case captivated the nation: a teenager on vacation in Baltimore disappeared. Months later, her body was found floating in the Susquehanna River. Now new evidence could help the man accused of murdering Phylicia Barnes.
There are new developments in a case that captured the attention of the nation: the disappearance and murder of Phylicia Barnes.
The trial of a man accused of first-degree murder in the 2010 death of a North Carolina teenager has been postponed.
For the first time in months, the family of one of Baltimore’s most high-profile murder cases speaks to WJZ. Sunday, Phylicia Barnes’ sisters attended a gathering of people who understand their pain.
The family friend accused of killing Phylicia Barnes was back in court on Wednesday to be arraigned on murder charges.
The half-brother of a North Carolina teen who was missing for months before her body was found in a Maryland river is training to become a Baltimore police officer.
There are chilling details on how police say Michael Johnson killed Phylicia Barnes and then moved her body. The revelations came Friday at Johnson’s bail hearing.
A North Carolina teen disappears in Baltimore. Now 16 months later, there’s a break in the case. The last person to see her alive is charged with killing her.
Hours after learning of the arrest in Phylicia Barnes’ murder, her family is reacting.
A city police detective took matters into his own hands when his teenage daughter went missing. The department says he used his badge to search homes without permission. Now he’s been yanked from his duties.
A bill aimed at improving coordination between law enforcement and community groups when a child disappears has passed Maryland’s House and Senate.
The family of murdered teenager Phylicia Barnes is working to ensure she didn’t die in vain. They’re pushing for a new Maryland law to improve searches.