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Frederick H. Bealefeld, III

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  • The wrong kind of fireworks at the Inner Harbor

    The wrong kind of fireworks at the Inner Harbor
    The Independence Day festivities in the Inner Harbor were marred by two incidents of violence Monday night, the fatal stabbing of a 26-year-old man after an argument and the wounding of a 4-year-old boy by an apparent stray bullet. But before people start...
  • Mayoral challengers sound off on crime

    Challengers to Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake seized Tuesday on the Fourth of July violence — including the fatal stabbing of an Alabama man and the shooting of a 4-year-old boy around the fireworks display at the Inner Harbor — saying the...
  • Child shot at harbor says he would punch gunman in the face

    A stick-on bandage is the only thing covering Kavin Benson's dime-size bullet wound. It hasn't stopped the rambunctious 4-year-old, who was shot moments after the July 4 fireworks ended at the Inner Harbor, from dancing, jumping and climbing all over his...
  • Sun lets Baltimore police off the hook for their failures

    Despite the placid assurances of Police Commissioner Frederick H. Bealefeld III, the 4th of July at the Inner Harbor was a nightmare for many. Thugs terrorized tourists. One man was shot twice. Another was slashed to death. A 4-year old was shot in the...
  • More than 30 Baltimore police officers charged, suspended in towing scheme

    More than 30 Baltimore police officers charged, suspended in towing scheme
    Seventeen Baltimore police officers were charged Wednesday — and more than a dozen others suspended — in an extortion scheme in which officers are accused of receiving thousands of dollars in kickbacks for steering accident victims to a towing...
  • Arrest of officers causes reshuffling, concerns

    Arrest of officers causes reshuffling, concerns
    To compensate for the arrest or suspension of more than two dozen officers in an alleged towing company scam, Baltimore Police will pull uniformed officers away from an initiative that contributed to a profound reduction in violent crime in the...
  • Few systemic corruption cases made against cops

    Few systemic corruption cases made against cops
    Police in Baltimore have had their share of problems over the years, but they've managed to avoid scenes like this one in 1994 in New York: After officers were led from their Harlem precinct in handcuffs, the city's disgusted commissioner dumped their...
  • Half of discarded city rape claims were misclassified

    More than half of nearly 100 rape reports that Baltimore Police decided were false or baseless have been reclassified as rapes or other sex crimes, according to an audit presented Wednesday to a City Council panel. The findings came from a review...
  • Police report stabbing downtown, arrest man in July 4 killing

    Police made an arrest Saturday in the fatal stabbing that marred last weekend's Fourth of July celebration at the Inner Harbor, as officers began to investigate a separate overnight killing downtown. Marcus Sterlin Harris, 32, turned himself in and was...
  • Baltimore is in worse shape that most people realize

    Thanks so much to Mary Jane and Dan McCann for stating the truth that none of this city's officials want to talk about ("Sun lets Baltimore police off the hook for failures," July 10). It is so funny how they all keep their mouths shut. When Stephanie...
  • Baltimore police officer charged in heroin conspiracy

    A Baltimore City police officer was arrested and charged Tuesday with leading a heroin distribution operation, including allegations that he arranged drug transactions while on duty and met conspirators in the parking lot of his district station,...
  • Federal claims in civil suit against police and city can go forward, judge rules

    The Baltimore City government and Police Department, along with their top officials, can be sued under federal law for allegedly failing to control Officer Gahiji Tshamba, who was convicted of manslaughter last month in state court after repeated...