Major changes for Baltimore City Police following the death of one of their own. Officer William Torbit was killed by fellow officers when he was mistaken for a gunman outside a nightclub.
A board reviewing the shooting deaths of a police officer and another man as police broke up a fight outside a Baltimore nightclub has found that a lack of supervision and a disorganized response contributed to the chaotic situation.
There’s outrage and frustration by two families on opposite sides of a deadly police-involved shooting. Both want justice for their loved ones killed outside a Baltimore nightclub. Neither will get it in criminal court.
City police release their lengthy investigative report on the incident that claimed the lives of Officer William Torbit Jr. and Sean Gamble.
For the first time, Baltimore police release video of a plainclothes officer being gunned down by fellow police. The mayor has ordered an independent panel to investigate the shooting.
Baltimore police say they have finished the initial investigation into the January shooting death of an officer by other officers outside a nightclub.
The family of a young man killed in a wild police shooting outside a Baltimore club last month protested in front of City Hall.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Police Commissioner Frederick H. Bealefeld III announced the appointment of an independent board to review the police-involved shooting that occurred on Jan. 9, 2011, as well as related police policies and procedures.
Demanding justice. New outrage over a father killed by police gunfire outside a Baltimore nightclub. Now his family is furious because they still don’t know what went wrong.
A city police officer and a semi-pro football player die in a hail of gunfire outside a local club. All the bullets came from the police officers. Now the community is demanding answers.
A Baltimore City police officer shot and killed by his fellow officers amid a flurry of chaos outside a local nightclub.