Sun coverage: Investigation of Kevin Clark
Archived stories on former Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin P. Clark's domestic dispute and his lawsuit against Mayor Martin O'Malley that contends he was unlawfully fired.
April 5, 2005
Former Police Commissioner Kevin P. Clark lost his lawsuit against Mayor Martin O'Malley yesterday, derailing the fired commander's attempt to collect $120 million and return to his job.
March 15, 2005
The Baltimore City Council voted unanimously yesterday to approve the nomination of Acting Police Commissioner Leonard D. Hamm to be the city's permanent police chief.
January 25, 2005
The city of Baltimore has agreed to reimburse The Sun $11,000 for expenses and legal fees incurred as the newspaper successfully fought to obtain an investigative report into the domestic dispute between former Police Commissioner Kevin P. Clark and his fiancee.
January 20, 2005
Ousted police Commissioner Kevin P. Clark wants $120 million from the city that fired him. What he doesn't want, at least for the time being, is the $75,000 that Baltimore's Board of Estimates gave him last week.
January 10, 2005
The team of detectives told the burglary suspect that they just wanted "one piece of important info, that's all."
December 7, 2004
Twenty-one African-American current and former city police officers filed a federal class-action lawsuit yesterday, alleging long-running and rampant discrimination within the Baltimore Police Department.
May 15, 2004
November 18, 2004
Unedited excerpts from former Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin P. Clark's lawsuit against Mayor Martin O'Malley:
November 11, 2004
Mayor Martin O'Malley fired his police commissioner yesterday morning, abruptly ending his public support of Kevin P. Clark and asserting that the domestic violence allegations made against the commissioner, although unsubstantiated, were proving a distraction to fighting crime.