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Justin George

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Justin George joined the Sun in 2012. He grew up in Littleton, Colo., and attended Columbine High School before graduating from the University of Colorado. Before The Sun, he worked at the Tampa Bay Times, where he covered Hurricane Katrina and a sex abuse investigation into a group home.

Recent Articles

  • Shoot to Kill: Baltimore ranks as most lethal among nation's largest cities

    Shoot to Kill: Baltimore ranks as most lethal among nation's largest cities

    Quinzell Covington went on a shooting “caper” for the first time in the late 1990s with his cousins and friends. The tough guys who raised him in ways of the streets pulled the trigger that day. Afterward, over Chinese takeout, he tried to ingratiate himself with the crew by declaring that their...

  • Small group protests Korryn Gaines' death

    Small group protests Korryn Gaines' death

    About 30 demonstrators held a rally at McKeldin Square in Baltimore's Inner Harbor on Saturday afternoon protesting police brutality in the wake of the killing of Korryn Gaines during a standoff with Baltimore County police. Shouting "Say her name" and "We won't stop until all the killer cops are...

  • Son charged in crash that injured his mother

    Son charged in crash that injured his mother

    Maryland State Police charged an 18-year-old with assault and attempted murder charges after they say he tried to kill his mother by forcing the car she drove into a serious collision. Police said Devin Harbison, 18, of Elkridge, faces attempted second-degree murder, assault and reckless endangerment...

  • Baltimore police arrest homicide suspect and investigate fatal shooting

    Baltimore police arrest homicide suspect and investigate fatal shooting

    Police say a man confessed to killing a woman Friday afternoon, setting officers on a search where they found the victim in a wooded area in the southern Brooklyn neighborhood of Baltimore. The confession came Friday afternoon when Howard County police said a man called them saying he had had just...

  • Former police commissioner: Mosby 'incompetent' and 'vindictive'

    Former police commissioner: Mosby 'incompetent' and 'vindictive'

    The former police commissioner in charge when Freddie Gray died from injuries sustained in a Baltimore police van said State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby is "in over her head" and has added more flaws to a broken justice system by prosecuting innocent officers. "She's immature, she's incompetent,...

  • Three shot, one fatally, in Baltimore

    Three shot, one fatally, in Baltimore

    A woman was killed and two men were injured in Baltimore shootings Saturday afternoon. A 24-year-old woman arrived at MedStar Harbor Hospital at about 3:28 p.m. after being shot in the chest. Medical staff tried to save her but she died a short time after arriving. Baltimore police homicide detectives...

  • Police: 65 arrested after blocking Baltimore expressway during protest

    Police: 65 arrested after blocking Baltimore expressway during protest

    Sixty-five people were arrested on Saturday after participants in a march against police brutality blocked Interstate 83 just north of downtown Baltimore. The arrests created a chaotic scene around Penn Station, where thousands milled around for the annual Baltimore Artscape festival. The march,...

  • 'Kill Cops' graffiti painted on Baltimore museum

    'Kill Cops' graffiti painted on Baltimore museum

    Baltimore Police are looking for a woman they say painted "Kill Cops" on a wall of the Baltimore Museum of Art Saturday. The vandalism, painted in large capital letters, occurred at about 7 a.m. at the museum, which is located on Art Museum Drive in North Baltimore. A surveillance camera captured...

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