Baltimore City prosecutors on Monday quietly dropped all charges against activist Kim A. Trueheart, whom police banned last month from City Hall and arrested as she tried to enter the building.
Online court records show the Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office dropped charges of trespassing, disorderly conduct and failing to obey an officer in Baltimore district court. A spokesman for the city prosecutors' office confirmed that information Tuesday.
The spokesman, Mark Cheshire, said prosecutors made the decision to dismiss the case after "a thorough review of all the evidence." He declined to elaborate.
Trueheart did not immediately respond to a request...