Tag: baltimore police

Watch: Footage Shows Dramatic Shootout Between Officers, Robbers at 7-Eleven Downtown


Warning: May be graphic to some.

Two brazen suspects robbed a 7-Eleven downtown last night, shot at (and missed) police officers at the scene and then managed to escape. CitiWatch camera operators captured the entire thing.

Police: Old Goucher Corner Store Sold Illicit Viagra and Cialis

The store raided for suspected heroin and morphine in Old Goucher on Dec. 5. Photo via Lowell Larsson/Google Maps.

Days after city prosecutors dropped narcotics charges against two Old Goucher corner store employees found with 29 pounds of powders and other paraphernalia, police say they now suspect another kind of illegal drug operation was afoot.

BPD: Surveillance Video Shows Two Suspects in Murder of Tattoo Museum Employee

Still via YouTube/Baltimore Police Department

City police say two men are responsible for the death of Foghound bassist and Baltimore Tattoo Museum piercer James Forrester, and both are shown walking near his murder scene in surveillance footage.

ACLU Asks BPD to Turn Over Body Cam Footage from Harlem Park Lockdown

Photo via Wikimedia Commons

Attorneys for the ACLU of Maryland want to know exactly what was happening as police blocked off streets, patted down residents and searched their houses in Harlem Park in the days following Det. Sean Suiter’s death.

Passenger-Side Doors Stolen from Patterson Park Couple’s Camry Overnight

Photo via Jon Fisher/GoFundMe

Two longtime Patterson Park dwellers still have their wheels, but they’re missing some doors.

62-Year-Old Man Arrested in Reservoir Hill with Spray Bottles of Fentanyl ‘in Plain View’

Guns seized by police in Reservoir Hill. Photo via Baltimore Police Department.

Acting on an anonymous tip yesterday afternoon, city police arrested a 62-year-old local who they say was equipped with numerous guns, knives, handcuffs and a half-dozen bottles of hospital-grade fentanyl.

Hogan’s Baltimore Crime Plan: Bring in U.S. Marshals and State Police, Demolish More Vacants

Still via Gov. Larry Hogan/Facebook

With no signs of violence slowing in Baltimore at the end of 2017, Maryland’s governor plans to send in U.S. Marshals, state troopers and probation and parole officers to assist city law enforcement, and to ramp up demolition of vacant properties in crime-riddled areas, among other strategies.