A former U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency division chief who began his career as a cop in Baltimore will be the newest deputy commissioner of the Baltimore Police Department.
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What do the Gun Trace Task Force, Michelle Obama’s portrait, and Pebbles the emotional support hamster have in common? They’re all part of February’s Fishbowl Faves, our monthly video round-up of the most popular stories of the month. Our video collaborator Joey Malinski of ATB Productions hosts from inside the Mt. Washington Tavern.
Col. Melissa Hyatt, a 20-year member of the Baltimore Police Department and a top official just three rungs below Police Commissioner-Designate Darryl De Sousa, is leaving to head up security for Johns Hopkins University.
The FBI and city police have released a pair of surveillance videos taken days apart at local Subway and Dunkin’ Donuts chains in hopes of catching a serial armed robber.
GTTF-Protected Drug Dealers Sentenced to Prison Time, Sold Heroin Tied to Fatal Overdoses in Counties
Two Baltimore men who worked with a corrupt city police officer in the Gun Trace Task Force to sell heroin in North Baltimore have been sentenced to 25 and nearly 16 years in prison.
Mayor Catherine Pugh said the recent spell of zero homicides for 12 days—broken on Tuesday by two murders in Northeast Baltimore—can be attributed to the efforts of the Baltimore Ceasefire campaign and crime-fighting initiatives from Police Commissioner-Designate Darryl De Sousa.
Retired police Maj. Thomas Cassella won’t be joining the Baltimore Police Department’s upper ranks as initially planned.
A gray-haired man and a blonde woman left the courtroom as the prosecution was delivering its final arguments to the jury. The man looked at Det. Daniel Hersl and nodded. The woman appeared to be crying.
Mayor Catherine Pugh said in a statement Wednesday night that she has been following coverage of the ongoing Gun Trace Task Force trial after all, and that comments she made earlier that day during a press briefing at City Hall were “distorted.”
After roughly two and a half years at the helm of the Baltimore Police Department, Police Commissioner Kevin Davis has been let go.