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Frederick H. Bealefeld, III

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  • Police training consultants under scrutiny for contracts, expenses

    Police training consultants under scrutiny for contracts, expenses
    A nonprofit foundation paid hundreds of thousands of dollars by the Baltimore Police Department as part of the commissioner's signature training program reported that nearly 40 percent of the foundation's expenditures over two years covered entertainment,...
  • New heads of city police discipline, training speak of reforms

    New heads of city police discipline, training speak of reforms
    Baltimore police officials said Friday that the new heads of training and internal discipline — hires made from outside the department — will help restore public trust in an agency marred in the past year by corruption and a "friendly-fire"...
  • Video shows city police officer striking man during arrest

    Video shows city police officer striking man during arrest
    No one was going to believe his account, he thought. Ricky Thomas — who'd done prison time for dealing drugs and resisting arrest — said he was sucker-punched in the face by a Baltimore police officer and stomped. Now he was locked up and...
  • Two women robbed outside Petit Louis in Roland Park

    Two women robbed outside Petit Louis in Roland Park
    UPDATE: Read the updated story here. A man who implied he had a gun robbed two women outside a popular restaurant in Roland Park Tuesday night, getting away with one purse but failing to get a second when a victim fought back, Baltimore police said. The...
  • Caught on tape

    How often does the suspect in a crime go free because the arresting officer ends up being charged with the crime instead? Not often, we'd wager. Yet that's what happened to a Baltimore man accused of assaulting a policeman and resisting arrest. The case...
  • Former Baltimore Police internal affairs commander retires

    Former Baltimore Police internal affairs commander retires
    Baltimore Police Maj. Nathan Warfield, the former commander of the internal affairs section who was reassigned last year after pictures surfaced of him socializing with two men accused of drug dealing, is retiring, officials confirmed.  Warfield joined...
  • Baltimore officers charged in kickback scheme fight back at trial

    An attorney for one of two Baltimore police officers fighting accusations that they were part of a broad kickback scheme said Monday that his client referred cases to a towing company in Rosedale but did not personally profit. Thomas Crowe, an attorney...
  • Indictment appears to highlight tougher hurdle for police

    Baltimore police have made an arrest in the killing of a 50-year-old man whose body was set on fire in April, and court documents appear to offer some insight into the tougher requirements new State's Attorney Gregg Bernstein has imposed on city...
  • Lengthy casework leads to charges in April slaying

    Baltimore police have made an arrest in the killing of a 50-year-old man whose body was set on fire in April, and court documents appear to indicate an effort by the Police Department to be more deliberate in building cases. Eugene Emmett Bates, 36,...
  • Baltimore police shuffle ranks, move Southern District commander

    Baltimore police shuffle ranks, move Southern District commander
    The major who heads the Baltimore Police Department's Southern District is being moved to headquarters to head up an effort by the agency to become nationally accredited, according to a spokesman. Maj. Margaret Barillaro took over the Southern District...
  • Man singled out by police leader charged with murder

    A man described by the city's police commissioner as an "engine for violent crime" was arrested Saturday night and charged with killing one man and wounding another in a shooting earlier this month in West Baltimore. Stanley Brunson, 35, of the 1100...
  • Man singled out by police chief as "engine for violent crime" is arrested

    It's often hard to tell the good guys from the bad guys in Baltimore. Today's victim is all to frequently tomorrow's suspect. And so it goes with Stanley Brunson, with a reputation that put him on the front mind of the city's top cop: A man described...