Man Found Guilty Of 2015 West Baltimore Fatal Shooting

Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office announced Friday a man implicated in a 2015 West Baltimore fatal shooting. On October 31, 2015, police responded to a report of a shooting in the 1100... Read more »

19-Year-Old Perpetrator Convicted Of First-Degree Assault

The Office of the State’s Attorney for Baltimore City announced the conviction of a 19-year-old violent perpetrator. The man was convicted of conspiracy to commit first-degree assault and first-degree assault, using a... Read more »
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Repeat Offenders Gets 25-Year Prison Sentence For Robbing Vulnerable Adult

The Office of the State’s Attorney released a statement today, saying a violent repeat offender was sentenced to 25 years in prison for robbing a vulnerable female adult. Twenty-six-year-old Wayne Bell was... Read more »

Baltimore Man Pleads Guilty To Killing Puppies In Front Of Children

A man pleaded is facing a six-year prison sentence after pleading guilty to felony animal cruelty.  Around 5:30 p.m. November 9, 2016, a resident in the 3700 block of 10th Street called... Read more »

Man Facing 57-Year Prison Sentence After Stealing Vehicle With Two Children In The Backseat

Police were called to the unit block of North Port Street on January 29 to investigate a reported stolen vehicle. The owner of the vehicle told the responding officers that her 4-year-old... Read more »

Ivan J. Bates Formally Kicked Off His Campaign For Baltimore’s Top Prosecutor Saturday

Ivan J. Bates, 48, formally launched his campaign Saturday at the Park Heights home of the community activist, Kendal Fenwich, who was shot dead in 2015. Bates, a Democrat, defended Sgt. Alicia... Read more »

Opponents Of Marilyn Mosby Form A Super PAC

Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby’s opponents have taken the legal steps to form a super PAC, in an effort to give the city’s top prosecutor a run for her money in... Read more »

Corrections Officer Indicted On Sexual Assault Charges Involving A Baltimore Inmate

On Wednesday, a Baltimore grand jury indicted a Central Booking correctional officer for multiple sexual assaults that occurred in November 2016. The Baltimore State’s Attorney’s Office released a statement on Friday, saying... Read more »

Baltimore City Council Considering Legislation To Allow People To Turn In Guns For Bail

An idea emerged from convicted murderer, Trevor Brooks, who was in attendance at a previous Silicon Valley entrepreneurship program. Brooks thinks his idea could help to decrease Baltimore’s surging gun violence, by... Read more »

Lawsuit Brought By Five Former Baltimore Police Officers Against Marilyn Mosby Has Been Put On Hold

On April 12, 2015, six Baltimore Police officers apprehended Freddie Gray, who allegedly was carrying an illegal switchblade. During transport to the county jail Gray fell into a coma and later taken... Read more »