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Frederick H. Bealefeld, III

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  • Witness intimidation summit held in Baltimore

    Baltimore City State's Attorney Gregg L. Bernstein hosted a summit Tuesday about witness intimidation where police, prosecutors and witness assistance providers could discuss the best ways to protect and support victims and witnesses of crime. "Violent...
  • Baltimore County, city robberies end with crash

    Three men were arrested in connection with a series of robberies and carjackings that occurred over a four-hour span Tuesday night across Baltimore County and the city, ending when the men crashed their vehicle near the Domino Sugars factory while fleeing...
  • New Year's Eve celebratory discharge gets man five years in prison

    New Year's Eve celebratory discharge gets man five years in prison
    Not sure it was timed on purpose, but weeks ahead of New Year's, city prosecutors have secured a five year prison sentence for a man who celebrated 2011 the way cops wish residents would not -- by shooting into the air. Maybe it's a message for...
  • Baltimore police commissioner at Justice Department hearing

    Baltimore police commissioner at Justice Department hearing
    Baltimore Police Commissioner Frederick H. Bealefeld III is at a U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee hearing this morning. He's in the audience to support federal assistance in combating crime, according to a department spokesman. The...
  • Baltimore police gun traced to Oklahoma killings

    Baltimore police gun traced to Oklahoma killings
    The wanted poster portrays a .40-caliber Glock Model 22 semiautomatic pistol, serial number EKG463US, that resembles thousands of standard-issue guns owned by the Baltimore Police Department. But this particular weapon found its way out of the hands of...
  • Baltimore Police hire former Montgomery County official to oversee training

    Baltimore Police hire former Montgomery County official to oversee training
    The Baltimore Police Department has reached outside its ranks to fill a top command position, hiring a former top official from Montgomery County to lead training efforts. John A. King, the former police chief in Gaithersburg and a former assistant chief...
  • Baltimore has fewer than 200 killings for first time in decades

    Baltimore has fewer than 200 killings for first time in decades
    The annual number of killings in Baltimore has fallen below 200 for the first time in more than three decades, a symbolic threshold that seemed elusive for a crime-weary city just four years ago. As a new year begins, city officials say the decline is...
  • Fence to enclose Baltimore's New Year's Eve celebration

    Fence to enclose Baltimore's New Year's Eve celebration
    Baltimore's free New Year's Eve fireworks are back this year, but with an added wrinkle: The Inner Harbor festivities will be encircled by a metal fence, with access restricted to nine points of entry during much of the celebration. The fence, similar to...
  • Baltimore to overhaul prosecution strategy

    On a cold December evening, Baltimore's top prosecutor stood before a roomful of city residents, most of whom would have given anything to be somewhere else. They had all lost a loved one to violence and were assembled to remember the dead. "Although I'...
  • Southwest Baltimore violence may be linked to shooting of "legend"

    A recent spate of violence in Southwest Baltimore may stem from the shooting of a 35-year-old man who the city's police commissioner referred to Thursday as an “engine for violent crime.” In the past week, there have been four fatal shootings...
  • Southwest Baltimore violence may stem from shooting of 'legend'

    A recent spate of violence in Southwest Baltimore may have stemmed from the shooting of a 35-year-old man the city's police commissioner referred to Thursday as an "engine for violent crime." In the past week, there have been four fatal shootings in...
  • Baltimore Fourth of July revelers to see heavy police presence

    Baltimore police are gearing up for an estimated influx of 200,000 people into the city for Independence Day. Acting Commissioner Anthony E. Barksdale held a news conference Tuesday to emphasize that the city is prepared. "We're working very hard to...