It’s been more than a year since a 12-year-old boy was shot to death on his front porch in Northeast Baltimore in a suspected case of mistaken identity. Now the three men charged in the case are entering their pleas in court.
It’s been a year since we first told you about the innocent 12-year-old who was watching TV on the front porch of a friend. Within seconds, four people were shot. The boy, Sean Johnson, later died. Now his family is looking for lessons learned.
Baltimore police say they’ve charged three people in a quadruple shooting that killed a 12-year-old boy last year.
A Baltimore child was gunned down sitting on a front porch. There was outrage but no arrests. Someone knows who killed Sean Johnson, but they’re afraid to talk.
Plagued by crime, drugs and vacant buildings, one East Baltimore community is taking steps to make their streets safer.
The beloved leader of a Baltimore charter school is taken off the job, angering students and parents.
Family and friends of the youngest victim of a quadruple shooting gathered to say farewell Saturday as the search for 12-year-old Sean Johnson’s killer continues.
Family and friends are gathering to remember the youngest victim of a quadruple shooting in Northeast Baltimore.
The murder of a 12-year-old has sparked grief and outrage in Northeast Baltimore. Now, for the first time, the police commissioner is speaking about the investigation.
A Northeast Baltimore community gathered Monday to remember a life cut short. Sean Johnson, 12, was gunned down as he was watching television with friends.
Tragic ending. A 12-year-old boy in Northeast Baltimore, shot while watching a basketball game with friends, has died from his injuries.
A search for answers and for justice. There are calls for change after four young men, including a 12-year old boy, are shot while simply watching TV.