Second Victim In Triple Shooting At Northeast Baltimore Shopping Center Dies, Police SayA second victim in a Sunday night triple shooting at a Northeast Baltimore shopping center has died, police said Monday.
40-Year-Old Man Arrested In Connection With June 16 West Baltimore HomicideA 40-year-old man was arrested Monday in connection with a fatal shooting in West Baltimore on June 16, Baltimore police said.
19-Year-Old Scooter Rider Killed In Hit-And-Run Downtown, Police SayThe driver of the vehicle that hit the teen in the 300 block of Light Street fled the scene, police said.
17-Year-Old Boy Walks Into Hospital After Being Shot Early Tuesday Morning, Police SayAn investigation is underway after a 17-year-old suffering from a gunshot wound walked into a hospital for treatment, the Baltimore Police Department said.
31-Year-Old Man Dies From Injuries Sustained In June 14 ShootingA 31-year-old man who was found slumped over in the street after he had been shot on Tuesday has died from this injuries, the Baltimore Police Department said.
55-Year-Old Man Arrested In Connection With 2021 Highlandtown MurderA 55-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the 2021 murder of a 51-year-old woman he allegedly shot in his Highlandtown home, Baltimore police said.
Baltimore Police Looking For Missing 86-Year-Old WomanAdkins was last seen on June 7 in the 1000 block of E. 33rd Street, which is not far from a senior living complex on the site of the old Memorial Stadium.
Commissioner Harrison Releases Summer Deployment Plan Targeting Areas Prone To ViolenceIn anticipation of an uptick in crime during the summer months, Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison released a short-term deployment strategy Friday focusing patrols on small areas in the city's nine police districts that historically have seen high rates of violence.
Mayor Scott Sends Letter To Hogan Formally Inviting Governor To See Baltimore's Crime Plan In ActionMayor Brandon Scott sent a letter to Gov. Larry Hogan on Friday formally inviting him to come to Baltimore and see the progress being made to reduce violence in the city.
Harrison Calls For Clarification On State's Attorney's List Of 305 Baltimore Officers With Credibility Issues“I want to make sure that we don’t tarnish any reputations that shouldn’t be tarnished,” Commissioner Michael Harrison said.
Neighbors Demand Action On Baltimore’s Persistent Violent Crime As Mayor, Council Talk StrategyThe city council and the mayor laid out crime plans this week. Mayor Brandon Scott pushed for civilians to handle non-emergencies so officers can spend more time on serious, violent crime.