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Michael Brice-Saddler

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Michael Brice-Saddler is a metro reporter at The Baltimore Sun.

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  • Baltimore police investigating three overnight shootings

    Baltimore police investigating three overnight shootings

    A man and two women were shot overnight in two separate incidents, Baltimore police said. Officers went to the 4400 block of Frederick Avenue Wednesday at about 11:47 p.m. for a shooting report, police said. There they found a 23-year-old man suffering from a gunshot wound to the throat. He was...

  • Three men and a boy injured in Baltimore shootings, police say

    Three men and a boy injured in Baltimore shootings, police say

    Three men and a boy were shot in Baltimore in separate incidents Tuesday night and Wednesday, city police said. Officers went to the 3500 block of West Rogers Avenue Tuesday at about 9:45 p.m. for a report of a shooting, police said. There, they found a 20-year-old man suffering from a gunshot...

  • Baltimore County man charged with murder of pastor says victim had 'spiritual control' of his wife

    Baltimore County man charged with murder of pastor says victim had 'spiritual control' of his wife

    A Windsor Mill man has been charged with first-degree murder in the fatal stabbing of an unorthodox pastor who he says held “spiritual control” over his wife, Baltimore County police said. On Saturday, 41-year-old Daniel Patrick Degoto drove his wife to a house in the 7800 block of Liberty Road,...

  • Officials remove Confederate memorial in Ellicott City

    Officials remove Confederate memorial in Ellicott City

    A Confederate memorial in Ellicott City was removed overnight and will be donated to a local museum, Howard County Executive Allan H. Kittleman said in a Facebook post Tuesday. The memorial, located outside the Howard County Circuit Courthouse, was dedicated Sept. 23, 1948 by Howard County Circuit...

  • Children and parents prepare for eclipse at Port Discovery

    Children and parents prepare for eclipse at Port Discovery

    Families prepared their children for Monday’s solar eclipse through themed activities Sunday at Baltimore’s Port Discovery Children’s Museum. Barbara Henschel, community outreach coordinator at the museum, said Port Discovery's events often reflect what’s happening in the world. A popular activity,...

  • Cherry Hill arts festival gives community reason to celebrate

    Cherry Hill arts festival gives community reason to celebrate

    Nearly 200 people gathered Saturday afternoon in Cherry Hill’s Reedbird Park to celebrate a community that organizers say is too often characterized by crime and poverty. “Just look around — there's no gunfighting, no cussing, no one selling drugs,” said Quinn Tyler Wise, a local resident who showcased...

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