Man shot in 2007 dies, bringing Baltimore’s 2018 homicide count to 309

BALTIMORE (AP) — Police say a man has died 11 years after he was shot, bringing Baltimore’s homicide total to 309 for 2018.

Baltimore police announced the death of Clinton Anderson in a statement Tuesday. Police say Anderson was shot in 2007 when he was 37 years old and died Nov. 10 at the Overlea Health and Rehabilitation Center at the age of 49.

Police say the medical examiner determined last month that Anderson died as a result of the 2007 shooting. Police say his death is reflected in 2018’s homicide count. That brings the year’s total to 309, a nearly 10 percent drop from 342 in 2017.

Police say two men were convicted in the shooting. One was sentenced to life in prison and the other got 20 years.

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