Interim Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis said Thursday that city police officers are disappointed by his predecessor's remark that they "took a knee" after the riots of April, as violence in the city began to spike.
Baltimore police found a man stabbed outside Lexington Market Thursday morning.
One person died in a crash overnight on Route 40 in Joppa, fire and rescue officials said.
Protests on the day of the first court hearing in the death of Freddie Gray were small and mostly peaceful, but they briefly turned heated when police arrested an activist at the Inner Harbor.
A man and a woman were killed and a third person was injured in a two-alarm fire early Wednesday in the Brooklyn neighborhood of South Baltimore, fire officials said.
One person was injured in a stabbing near City Hall Wednesday afternoon. An arrest has been made.
Frederick Douglass High School senior Uriel Gray said his school was unfairly blamed for rioting that erupted in Baltimore following the funeral for Freddie Gray in April.
The Baltimore public defender's office said it plans to review nearly 2,000 cases in which police used a controversial cellphone surveillance tool without defense attorneys' knowledge, and decide whether to challenge them.