Interim Baltimore Police Commissioner Gary Tuggle announced increased patrols across the city and the cancellation of leave for officers over the next three days in response to the recent spate of violence.
The Baltimore Police department requested that Axon — the body camera manufacturer — attempt to recover the footage from a shootout when officers Phillip Lippe and his partner, Steven Foster, exchanged gunfire with 29-year-old Nathaniel Sassafras, who died.
Federal Drug Enforcement Administration officials, along with partnering law enforcement and health agencies, on Wednesday announced a new plan to combat heroin and prescription drug addiction in Baltimore.
A recent federal lawsuit alleging Baltimore County police mishandled rape cases has drawn questions from an advocate who helped conduct an independent review that recommended changes to the way such incidents are investigated.
The two women suing Baltimore County State's Attorney Scott Shellenberger and two prosecutors over their alleged failure to investigate sexual assault cases face an uphill battle overcoming special immunity given to prosecutors, some legal experts say.
The Baltimore Police Department has failed to prioritize patrol positions, leaving a 26.6 percent vacancy rate — significantly higher compared with other areas within the department — and should reconsider restructuring, a new report found.
Visits and mail service will return to Maryland correctional facilities in time for the Labor Day weekend after a ban was implemented in response to safety concerns in other states, Maryland prison officials said Thursday.
The alleged driver of the car, Callie Noble Schwarzman, 22, is charged with two counts of negligent manslaughter, a felony that carries up to 10 years in prison, as well as criminally negligent manslaughter and two counts of DWI.
The sudden resignation of new Police Commissioner Darryl De Sousa in May has left Baltimore searching for a new top cop for the third time in three years. The turnover at the top has drawn wide concern. So who would want the job?
Jarrod Ramos, the Laurel man accused of blasting his way into the Capital Gazette newsroom last month and killing five staff members, was scheduled to make his first appearance in Anne Arundel Circuit Court on Monday but the hearing was taken off the docket.