Try digitalPLUS for 10 days for only $0.99


Baltimore hits midyear mark with 144 homicides

Baltimore hits midyear mark with 144 homicides

Danielle Wilder said she has moved from her Baltimore home but isn't telling anyone — even family members — where she lives now. "The next thing, one of us will be dead. We don't know. We have moved, and I have not given my address to family members. We just don't know," she said. Wilder lost her sister, Jennifer Jeffrey-Browne, 31, and nephew, 7-year-old Kester "Tony" Browne, last month when the mother and son were found shot to death in their Southwest Baltimore home. The Brownes are two of the city's 144 homicide victims in the first six months of the year, a 48 percent increase over last year. Much of the surge in violence has...