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The Baltimore Sun

Justin George

Writer

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

  • Riots complicate police probe into Freddie Gray's death

    Riots complicate police probe into Freddie Gray's death

    On Sunday, signs of the previous night’s outburst were apparent. Along Howard Street, shards of glass glinted in sun and duct tape covered the web of cracks on the windows of a 7-Eleven. At a nearby McDonald’s, the door and windows were boarded up and a sign said the restaurant was “temporarily...

  • Tension mounts between police, prosecutors as charges announced in Freddie Gray case

    Tension mounts between police, prosecutors as charges announced in Freddie Gray case

    As Batts’ deadline neared for providing results of the investigation to Baltimore State’s Attorney Mosby, signs of tension between police and prosecutors surfaced. Previous chapter: Seeing the damage | Series Index During the task force’s investigation, prosecutors were briefed every few days but...

  • Baltimore officer said Freddie Gray asked for help

    Baltimore officer said Freddie Gray asked for help

    As Freddie Gray was being transported in a police van through West Baltimore, at least one officer warned that Gray needed medical care but wondered, along with others, whether he was faking injuries or being uncooperative, according to investigators who reviewed the officers' statements during...

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  • Want to hire veterans? Learn military culture, vet says

    Justin Constantine, a retired Marine Corps officer, is on a new mission: to get more veterans hired. Constantine works with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Hiring Our Heroes campaign and serves on the board of directors of the Wounded Warrior Project. Constantine was on a routine combat patrol in...

  • Police arrest two shooting suspects

    Police arrest two shooting suspects

    A man who Baltimore police say shot a bail bondsman was charged with attempted murder. Kevin McCallaum, 28, faces charges of attempted murder, handgun and assault offenses after he was arrested on Thursday. On Wednesday night, police said, a bail bondsman who police didn't identify was attempting...

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