Off the heels of one of the deadliest months in the Baltimore in decades, people gather to fight crime– but this time with prayer
Is the theft of prescription drugs really to blame for Baltimore’s deadliest month in a generation? The commissioner links them to the alarming rise violence.
Dozens of murders and shootings in the month of May alone. Now, the Baltimore City Police Department is trying to hunt down the people pulling the trigger.
Baltimore police have lowered the city’s homicide count for the month of May to 42.
Baltimore’s top cop confirms what WJZ has been reporting – -almost 200,000 narcotics are on the streets of Baltimore, and police say they’re fueling deadly turf wars.
It comes after the in-custody death of Freddie Gray over one month ago.
Another violent weekend caps off what’s been one of the deadliest months in Baltimore history. In just 30 days, there’s been more than 100 shootings across the city.
Another violent weekend in the city, with several people shot and one person killed. The violence pushes Baltimore past a grim milestone as we enter the summer.
Violence in Baltimore continues to surge, with at least three more shootings Friday night — one of them fatal. The number of victims just keeps climbing.
Some community leaders tell WJZ since the indictments of six officers in the Freddie Gray case, violence has surged because city police have been holding back.
Shock and sadness in a Southwest Baltimore community after a double murder. One of the victims — just seven-years-old.
A young child is killed in a double shooting in Southwest Baltimore, just as another young victim is released from the hospital with a bullet still in his leg.