A murder trial has begun for one of four teenagers accused of killing Baltimore County officer Amy Caprio while responding to a suspicious vehicle report.
A new study from Johns Hopkins University says crime-ridden commutes correlate with higher rates of student absenteeism in Baltimore.
Baltimore’s top prosecutor, Marilyn Mosby, has filed a rarely used legal petition intended to vacate 3,778 convictions for possession of marijuana, saying the “sordid history of marijuana prohibition lies in ethnic and racial bigotry.”
With Maryland’s biggest city already under court oversight to address longstanding patterns of unconstitutional policing, a state commission is now exploring the question on everyone’s mind: How deep might the rot actually go?
The Baltimore Sun reports Donald Gaff was found guilty last week of second-degree assault and misconduct in office, but his unnamed victim asked the judge not to send him to prison.
A retired U.S. judge will lead a commission tasked with examining how a group of corrupt Baltimore cops were allowed to run rampant for years before federal investigators brought them down.
A federal judge has sentenced former Maryland senator Nathaniel Oaks to three and a half years in prison in a bribery case.
The trial began Monday for 37-year-old Sgt. Maliek Kearney in the 2015 shooting of 24-year-old Army Pfc. Karlyn Ramirez in her Severn townhouse with her infant child asleep in her arms.
Two men have been sentenced to prison for their part in robbing a store alongside a member of Baltimore Police’s corrupt Gun Trace Task Force.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has confirmed the death of a Baltimore County police officer who was shot while investigating a suspicious vehicle.
Harrison Lewis III was convicted Monday for allegedly committing a series of bank robberies in 3 counties over a month-long period beginning in December 2016.
A Maryland bill designed to deal with the spike in violent crime in Baltimore has drawn fire — and gained support — in Annapolis.
Gov. Larry Hogan has announced plans to crack down on repeat violent offenders and gangs, as homicides have gone over 300 for the third straight year in Baltimore.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan told reporters Thursday about an upcoming announcement for a “statewide violent crime package.”
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