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  • Diversion, not mass incarceration, will reduce crime

    If the state of Maryland is serious about reducing crime, we need to be more proactive about preventive programs and seriously consider diversion programs for our youth. The recent ACLU report on arrests for marijuana possession and The Sun's June 8...
  • Baltimore man convicted of Union Square murder by sword

    Baltimore man convicted of Union Square murder by sword
    A 46-year-old Baltimore man has been convicted of second-degree murder in the 2012 city killing of another man over a football debt, in which he used a sword he had concealed in a cane, Baltimore State's Attorney Gregg L. Bernstein's office announced...
  • Batts' method questioned in personal 'investigative stop'

    Batts' method questioned in personal 'investigative stop'
    At a recent news conference, Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts pledged that his department would responsibly use the controversial tactic known until recently as "stop and frisk." As an example to the public and his officers, he described...
  • State Police sobriety checkpoint in Fallston results in seven arrests

    Maryland State Police arrested seven people suspected of drunk driving during a sobriety checkpoint in Fallston early on the morning of July 14. The checkpoint was conducted from midnight to 4 a.m. at Routes 152 and 147, according to a State Police news...
  • Inmate from Belcamp charged with smuggling drugs into Harford jail

    A Harford County inmate from Belcamp was ordered held without bail after he allegedly smuggled prescription drugs to try to sell in the Detention Center, according to charging documents. Christopher J. Bradley, 21, of the 1200 block of Talbot Road,...
  • Flat-screen TV stolen from Aberdeen motel [Police blotter]

    Aberdeen Tamoko K. Adams, 35, of the 4700 block of Witchhazel Way, was arrested Tuesday on a warrant in which he was charged with unlawful taking of a motor vehicle, unauthorized removal of property and theft above $500. Megan Lauren Ashley Brown, 18,...
  • Baltimore auto dealer pleads guilty to evading bank report to IRS

    Baltimore auto dealer pleads guilty to evading bank report to IRS
    A Baltimore car dealer pleaded guilty in federal court to depositing more than $2 million in a way to avoid having the bank report the transactions to the Internal Revenue Service, prosecutors announced Thursday. Amefika Gray, owner of Network Auto...
  • Police identify man arrested in Rodgers Forge killing

    Police identify man arrested in Rodgers Forge killing
    Donte Stephens was gunned down in Rodgers Forge last week because he had told the suspect days earlier that he wasn't allowed to do laundry at the house, according to charging documents filed in court Thursday. Authorities revealed the suspected motive...
  • Bradley Manning sought fame with leaks, prosecutor says

    Bradley Manning sought fame with leaks, prosecutor says
    Army Pfc. Bradley E. Manning was looking for "worldwide notoriety" when he gave hundreds of thousands of classified documents to the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks, a military prosecutor said Thursday. Maj. Ashton Fein, delivering the government's...
  • Lawmakers tour Baltimore jail, call for facility improvements

    Lawmakers tour Baltimore jail, call for facility improvements
    After passing through the clanking doors and winding hallways of the Baltimore City Detention Center on Thursday, state lawmakers said the state should consider upgrading the troubled jail or even demolishing it and rebuilding from scratch. Del. John W....
  • Officer in training shooting says he was expected to carry gun

    Officer in training shooting says he was expected to carry gun
    The Baltimore police supervisor who shot a recruit during an unauthorized training exercise in Owings Mills was expected to have a live firearm, his lawyer says in court documents, while acknowledging that he meant to pick up and fire a practice pistol...
  • O'Malley is wrong: More arrests mean more crime

    O'Malley is wrong: More arrests mean more crime
    Gov. Martin O'Malley has recently made the case for beefing up law enforcement to battle this year's rise in crime, including in an op-ed in The Sun. "So long as levels of enforcement continue to decline," he argued, "shootings and homicides will continue...