A Baltimore City police officer will spend time in jail for shooting a University of Maryland police recruit during a training exercise.
It may not have been intentional, but that doesn’t spare a Baltimore City police officer from possible prison time. Not after Thursday night’s verdict against Officer William Kern.
Next week, a Baltimore City police officer goes on trial, accused of shooting a recruit during a training exercise. Now new court documents reveal what William Kern’s defense looks like.
A new class of police graduates emerges in Baltimore–without one classmate–a trainee, shot in the head by his supervisor during an exercise.
A police trainee who was shot in the head during a training accident in Maryland earlier this year has filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit.
New developments in the case of a Baltimore City officer arrested for shooting a police recruit. The commissioner is now speaking about the impact of the tragedy.
Maryland State Police have identified the recruit shot in the head by his training officer.