Newly installed as the 51st mayor of Baltimore, Jack Young joined with police commissioner Michael Harrison Sunday to ask residents for information related to Friday's mass shooting that left five injured, including two toddlers.
Homicide detectives interviewed witnesses after the killing, and Cantrell was identified as a suspect, police said. He was still in the area, and he was taken to police headquarters, then Baltimore City Central Booking.
Cantrell is charged with first- and second-degree murder and is being held without bail.
A member of Cantrell’s family declined to comment Monday. The Office of the Public Defender, which is representing him, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.