It was quiet Monday morning in the Harlem Park, where for the better part of six days, Baltimore police locked the West Baltimore neighborhood down as a crime scene amid the search for the suspect who killed Detective Sean Suiter Wednesday.
Two police cruisers and a homicide unit vehicle were the only clear signs of Baltimore Police presence in the community Monday morning. One cruiser was station near the open lot where police said Suiter was shot.
Police said Sunday they intended to release the neighborhood after testing the patience of residents over the course of the investigation.
Some residents have said they were being required to show identification to get past...