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.
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City prosecutors now say they have to drop 125 court cases tainted by the indictments or guilty pleas of eight Baltimore cops who spent years robbing suspects and civilians, selling stolen drugs and guns and falsifying hours.
Lawmakers in Baltimore County last night delayed a talk on a proposal calling for stricter rules across Maryland for public access to police body camera footage.
A proposal in Baltimore County would push Maryland lawmakers to tighten access to policy body camera footage considered to be public record.
More than 1,400 police officers in Baltimore County are now outfitted with body-worn cameras.
The Baltimore Police Department’s four biggest officer-conduct controversies of the year have now affected 864 criminal cases, according to the newest tally from Marylyn Mosby’s office.
Police Commissioner Kevin Davis has drawn a line in the sand after the release of a new police body camera video resulted in dozens of additional dropped cases, maintaining that his officers did nothing wrong.
City prosecutors say they’ve come upon a third video depicting a city police officer engaging in “questionable activity” during a June arrest, which will affect an additional 101 pending or closed cases.
Trevor Noah drew some strong conclusions from the Baltimore Police Department’s two recent body cam footage snafus that allegedly showed officers manipulating evidence.