A citizen video shows tensions in the West Baltimore neighborhood that has been rocked by the death of Freddie Gray as officers say on tape they are stopping a man for jaywalking.
Five of the six officers involved in the arrest of Freddie Gray have provided statements to Baltimore police, leaving Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake frustrated that one has not.
A Maryland state trooper, who received national attention for coming to the aid of a man critically hurt at an Orioles game in 2013, has been charged with tracking down a man who flicked a cigarette at him and beating him up.
A Baltimore jury convicted a 39-year-old man for killing a man and wounding his 11-year-old son during a botched burglary in West Baltimore, prosecutors said.
Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts met Monday with the officers involved in the arrest of Freddie Gray, the man whose death following an arrest has sparked heated protest.
A city judge turned back a challenge Monday to the Baltimore Police Department's use of a controversial cellphone surveillance tool in a murder case, ruling that a suspect can't complain about police deploying the device to find a stolen phone.
City police wrote in court documents that Freddie Gray was arrested "without force or incident" for having a switchblade knife and suffered a medical emergency during transport.
A double-shooting in East Baltimore on Saturday afternoon left two men wounded, police said.