A man and a woman were found dead Thursday in a sport utility vehicle in the parking lot of a popular Canton shopping center in what police suspect is a murder-suicide.
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.
The Baltimore police union president Wednesday drew outrage by comparing Freddie Gray protests to a "lynch mob" because they called for the officers involved to be jailed immediately.
A man was shot Wednesday afternoon in the same Baltimore neighborhood where residents are protesting the police department following the in-custody death of Freddie Gray.
Tensions remained high across Baltimore on Tuesday, from the West Baltimore neighborhoods where hundreds of protesters called for the prosecution of police to inside City Hall, where council members quizzed police brass looking for answers as to how Freddie Gray died in police custody.
Freddie Gray's family made a rare public appearance Tuesday night as the West Baltimore community around them protested the city's police department.
Baltimore police released the names of six officers suspended with pay while the in-custody death of Freddie Gray is investigated.
Baltimore police said Monday that Freddie Gray asked for medical attention repeatedly while officers shuttled him in the back of a prisoner transport van, but they didn't call for paramedics until they found him critically injured and unresponsive at the end of the ride.