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As killings continue, May becomes city's deadliest month since 1999
As killings continue, May becomes city's deadliest month since 1999

Hours after Baltimore's mayor huddled with police officials to discuss the recent spike in violence, two more people were killed Monday — making May the city's deadliest month since 1999. The two homicides increased this month's total to 35. There have been 108 homicides across the city this year. "It's deplorable," said City Councilman William "Pete" Welch. "The shootings and killings are all over the city. I don't think any part of the city is immune to this. I've never seen anything like it." Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is "disheartened and frustrated by this continuing violence, particularly when you think...

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