BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Four people were killed within a span of around eight hours Monday in Baltimore, hours after the end of the city’s first Ceasefire weekend, police said.
The latest shooting happened around 8:15 p.m. in the 2000 block of Griffis Avenue. Police said a man was shot in the head and died at the scene.READ MORE: State's Attorney Won't Prosecute Tesla Driver Charged With 'Hitting' Crossing Guard In Glen Burnie
Around 3:30 p.m., officers responded to a triple shooting near Patapsco Elementary Middle School in Cherry Hill. That shooting left one man dead and another gravely injured. The third victim is expected to survive.
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Hours prior, police responded to a fatal shooting and a fatal stabbing.
The stabbing happened in the 6400 block of Walther Avenue around 1 p.m. and left a 51-year-old woman dead. The shooting happened around the same time in the 800 block of West Lexington Street. Police said a man was shot in the upper body and later died from his injuries.MORE NEWS: Fire Breaks Out At Canton Apartment Building
Anyone with information about any of the crimes is asked to call police or Metro Crime Stoppers.