From West Baltimore to Texas to Calgary, a barrage of emails came to then-Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts' inbox during the unrest that followed Freddie Gray's death.
Former Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts commended the city's officers for their "restraint, professionalism, and attention to duty" in the handling of the protests before the rioting on April 27.
A man and a woman were injured in separate shootings overnight in southwest and northern Baltimore, while police confirmed the deaths of two people who were shot recently.
A Baltimore judge recently agreed to unseal portions of a court hearing that had been closed to the public — proceedings that included allegations of police misconduct — but said Maryland's public information laws justify restricting access to the entire hearing.
Maryland's highest court has affirmed an $18.5 million jury verdict in the 2005 killing of an man by a fellow inmate aboard a prison bus.
As police investigate how a handgun was smuggled into the holding cell of a police station this week, newly released documents show that a man who committed suicide in another police station last year not only had a gun but also a lighter, knife and more than $1,000 in cash.
Interim Commissioner Kevin Davis confirmed Thursday that two top officials have left the Baltimore Police Department.
When a police academy instructor accidentally shot a trainee in 2013 at an abandoned state mental health facility, Baltimore police officials said top commanders didn't know about the exercise.