The annual Fallen Heroes Day ceremony recognizes police officers and firefighters who have died in the line of duty, and each year since it began in 1986, more families who have suffered the loss join the ranks.
Police said Eric Maurice Glass, 30, fatally shot his wife, Jasmine Alisha Kennedy, who was also 30, around 9 p.m. Tuesday night. Police said Glass then shot himself in the head but was not severely injured.
Chadwick, an an aspiring nurse and mother of a 4-year-old son, was first reported missing in January 2017, and her body was later found days later in a city park with a single gunshot to the forehead. Police charged Holmes, 23, in her death.
Norman "Fred" Buchman, who was killed on duty in 1973, and Baltimore Police Det. Sean Suiter, who was fatally shot and killed in November, will be among those honored Friday at the annual Fallen Heroes Day at Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens in Timonium.
A federal judge this week sentenced a man to 27 years in prison for a carjacking that led to a high-speed chase in Anne Arundel County and ended with a crash at a security gate at the National Security Agency, the Maryland U.S. Attorney’s Office said.
Two teens charged in a robbery spree that included carjacking an elementary school teacher and robbing a man and his 86-year-old mother in Baltimore County last week will be held without bail, a judge ordered Monday.
A Baltimore County man shot and killed his wife inside their Woodstock home Wednesday before driving his children to an Anne Arundel County restaurant and killing himself inside his car nearby, authorities said.
Most nights, Cynthia O’Neal would return to her Gilmor Street home in West Baltimore and find her son Ricky Jones waiting up for her, watching television on the couch. But on this night of March 21, O’Neal found her son lying in the basement, shot, unable to speak and blood bubbling from his mouth.
Baltimore Police Commissioner Darryl De Sousa on Thursday told the panel created to review the investigation of Det. Sean Suiter’s killing to “go where the evidence leads you,” before the group was scheduled to spend hours discussing the unsolved case in private.
Nearly 12 years ago, Roxanne Amick left the house she shared with her husband in Perry Hall and went shopping. Two days later her body was found in a wooded area about four miles away. She had been killed by what an autopsy determined was blunt-force trauma.
Eleven individuals are facing charges for their connection to a South Baltimore drug distribution organization that was responsible for selling fentanyl in the Brooklyn neighborhood, authorities said Monday.
Baltimore County Police said Tuesday evening they’ve confirmed the identities of two men who were found dead Monday in an apartment on Lambourne Road in Towson, but did not release any additional information about the killings.
An independent city agency that reviews complaints against police has found that four Baltimore officers used excessive force in the 2015 shooting of a suspect, Keith Davis Jr., and his attorneys are now calling for his charges to be dismissed.
It has been a year since a federal judge signed the consent decree between Baltimore and the U.S. Department of Justice into an order of the court mandating sweeping local police reforms. What progress has been made?
Last year, a federal judge approved a consent decree between the city of Baltimore and the U.S. Department of Justice, mandating sweeping police reforms. Here’s a what you need to know about the consent decree.
Nathaniel T. Oaks pleaded guilty to two federal corruption charges this morning in U.S. District Court in Baltimore, Judge Richard D. Bennett said — about two hours after Oaks formally resigned his Senate seat in the Maryland General Assembly.
Students from Baltimore Polytechnic Institute led a large crowd that stretched through blocks of downtown, through the Inner Harbor, for a local version of the national March For Our Lives protest Saturday.