Lt. Brian Rice, the highest ranking officer on the scene on the day Freddie Gray’s spinal cord was severed, was cleared of any wrongdoing today by a police trial board.
Maryland has rallied in full force around the family and colleagues of Det. Sean Suiter, who was gunned down Wednesday afternoon at an infamously violent intersection in Harlem Park, offering bountiful prayers and support. However, the people who have created online fundraisers for Suiter are not contributing to that honest effort, police say.
The woman infamously seen clumsily burglarizing a McDonald’s in Columbia last week has been captured, according to authorities.
UPDATE: Police Commissioner Kevin Davis says the homicide detective shot Wednesday evening has passed away.
A little over a day after Alex Wroblewski was murdered during an overnight robbery in Locust Point, authorities say two of three suspects are in custody down in Georgia, with the third still on the lam.
Baltimore’s infamous Gun Trace Task Force was facilitating drug trafficking across state lines, according to a newly unsealed federal indictment.
Baltimore’s most recent homicide happened right outside one of the city’s newest luxury dwellings in South Baltimore, where residents have recently bemoaned an uptick in violent crime.
In a push to keep young minds curious and information unrestricted, Baltimore County schools and libraries have partnered up to give every public school student automatic library card privileges.
For all of Baltimore’s infrastructural problems, our drinking water is first-rate, according to a magazine’s new ranking of municipal water systems.