Major Obstacles Ahead For Baltimore's New Interim CommissionerPolice shake up. Kevin Davis is Baltimore's new top cop after the mayor names him the interim commissioner.
City Reacting To Baltimore Police ShakeupKevin Davis hits the ground running in his first day as Baltimore's interim police commissioner, but he's got big problems to contend with.
Firing Of Baltimore Police Commissioner 'Shock' To GovernorThe firing of Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts came as a surprise to Maryland's governor.
Who Is Baltimore's Interim Commissioner Kevin Davis?Kevin Davis takes the rein as Baltimore’s top cop on Wednesday afternoon after Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announces a change of command within the Baltimore Police Department.
Police Commissioner Anthony Batts Fired As Baltimore Sees Alarming Violence SpikeBaltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced a change of command within the Baltimore Police Department on Wednesday-- firing Police Commissioner Anthony Batts.
32-Page Report Points Fingers At Baltimore's Top Brass Amid Police ShakeupJust hours before Police Commissioner Anthony Batts was replaced-- the city police union released a report blasting police leadership during the late-April riots.
City Council Leadership React To Firing Of Comm. BattsCity Council leaders react to the Mayor’s decision on Wednesday after she announced a change in command within the Baltimore Police Department.
Police Cracking Down On Violent Drug Gang In West BaltimoreWord of the arrests in the murder of Arnesha Bowers comes just hours after police announce they've broken up a drug gang responsible for much of the bloodshed in the streets.
Baltimore Officer: 'They've Become A Reactive, Not Proactive Police Force'More insight from two Baltimore City police officers. They are speaking out, but concealing their identity to talk about what it's like on the streets since the death of Freddie Gray.
Baltimore Cops Speak Out On Crime Surge: 'The People On Our Side Do Not Have Our Backs'Are the criminals winning? Some Baltimore City officers say the charges in the Freddie Gray case have made them less likely to make arrests---and they don't feel like police have the support of city leaders.
Batts: Looted Drugs Fueling Deadly Turf WarsBaltimore'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.