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Frederick H. Bealefeld, III

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  • Grand Prix notes: American LeMans leader Jeannette touts his series as 'mayhem or chaos'

    Grand Prix notes: American LeMans leader Jeannette touts his series as 'mayhem or chaos'
    Before qualifying started for Saturday's American LeMans Series race, points leader Gunnar Jeannette took the time Friday to explain what makes a sportscar race in the series so exciting and why people coming to the track should take the time to watch the...
  • Police in South Baltimore get $300,000 for new equipment

    Police in South Baltimore get $300,000 for new equipment
    Officers in the Baltimore Police Department's Southern District will have new computers, bikes and other equipment thanks to $300,000 in gifts from three benefactors, who hope to spur donations from city businesses in other districts. Police announced...
  • Coordinator will oversee Baltimore sex assault investigation reforms

    Continuing reforms to Baltimore's response to sexual assaults will be steered by a full-time coordinator who for the past six years has overseen residential programs at Howard County's domestic violence center. Heather Brantner began Monday as...
  • Police escort variety of officials to events

    Animal Kingdom, the thoroughbred that won this year's Kentucky Derby, got a police escort to Pimlico for the Preakness. Wounded war veterans got escorts to Orioles games. Former Secretary of State Colin L. Powell got an escort to the Grand Prix. Police...
  • Officers need to testify in Select Lounge shooting inquiry

    Officers need to testify in Select Lounge shooting inquiry
    It's been more than nine months since the tragic death of city Police Officer William H. Torbit Jr., who was killed by friendly fire from fellow officers in January as he tried to disperse an unruly crowd outside a downtown night club, and the public is...
  • Gun seizures show need for tougher penalties, mayor says

    Speaking from behind a display of handguns and mug shots of violent offenders, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake reiterated on Monday a desire to pursue legislation to strengthen penalties for people caught with illegal guns. Police said surveillance...
  • Baltimore police to develop faster DNA testing

    Baltimore police to develop faster DNA testing
    The Baltimore Police Department is taking part in a program to develop and test new technology that could significantly cut DNA analysis time. The National Institute of Justice is putting $1 million toward the project. Police will partner with...
  • FBI seeks to update definition of rape

    The FBI is moving to change the federal definition of rape for the first time in 80 years, which authorities and women's advocacy groups hope will lead to improved tracking of the crime and an attitude shift among investigators. Critics have maintained...
  • City police expand domestic violence reduction program

    Baltimore police are expanding a program aimed at curbing domestic violence, thanks to a $750,000 federal grant, officials said Monday. The grant will allow a pilot program, called the Domestic Violence Reduction Initiative, in three police districts...
  • Man injured in club fight can sue over injuries

    A young man who was severely beaten on a dance floor packed with drunken patrons at a now-closed Baltimore nightclub can sue the owners and allege negligence, the state's second highest court has ruled. The court unanimously overturned a decision by a...
  • For some, sex-crime investigation reforms appear slow

    For the homeless, drug-addicted women Jacqueline Robarge works with, this summer in Baltimore was long and violent. Outreach workers with the nonprofit Power Inside heard at least eight accounts of sexual assault and rape, the most she could recall in her...
  • Baltimore kicks off outreach campaign to sexual assault victims

    Baltimore kicks off outreach campaign to sexual assault victims
    City officials kicked off a public outreach campaign Wednesday to encourage victims of rape and sexual assault to seek help in the wake of revelations that Baltimore police discarded rape reports at the highest rate in the country. The campaign's theme...