The feds have officially declined to assume control of the probe into Det. Sean Suiter’s murder.
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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.
The time has come for the Baltimore Police Department to surrender its investigation of Det. Sean Suiter’s Nov. 15 murder to the feds, say Council President Jack Young and Councilman Brandon Scott.
An eighth Baltimore police officer has been indicted in this year’s infamous Gun Trace Task Force racketeering conspiracy, and prosecutors say this one was in charge of the entire team for several years.
Kevin Davis is displeased with Councilman Ryan Dorsey’s public take on Baltimore police officers as a whole.
City Police Put Officers, Detectives on Mandatory 12-Hour Patrols After 12 People Shot, 6 Killed in 24 Hours
A spate of shootings that Police Commissioner Kevin Davis described today as “an unconscionable amount of violence” unfolded in the last 24 hours around Baltimore, leading the department to ramp up patrols with 12-hour minimum shifts for officers and detectives.
Do you have questions about how Baltimore police plan to handle enforcement of ramped-up immigration laws under Donald Trump’s administration? You’re not alone.
The Baltimore Police Department is hoping to expand its connection with city residents following the launch of a new mobile app that lets users submit tips and track department activity from their mobile phones.
Baltimore returned to a somber milestone last night as three more lives were taken inside the city’s borders, including the city’s 300th and 301st homicide victims of 2016.