Mayor and City Council split over ‘gag orders’ in city settlements, including in cases of police abuse
Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young has signed an executive order retroactively barring the use of “gag orders" in some city settlements. Advocates for a ban on such restrictions called the order a misleading political maneuver meant to distract from a more effective attempt by the City Council to end the practice.
‘Her heart was too big’: Charla Melvin, Windsor Mill woman found dead in Baltimore, put family first, relatives say
Police found the missing car of Charla Melvin, a 50-year-old Milford Mill woman found dead in Baltimore on Saturday, in Northwest Baltimore’s Glen neighborhood on Monday morning, officials said.
A New Windsor Man has been charged with assault, resisting arrest and intoxicated endangerment after allegedly crashing his car while drunk, walking away from the scene of the crash and then fighting with police when they found him on the side of the road.
Two of three teenage co-defendants were sentenced Monday to 30 years in prison for their roles in the murder of Baltimore County Police Officer Amy Caprio.
A Taneytown man accused of ramming his truck into City Hall after his water was cut off is scheduled to have his case heard in Carroll County Circuit Court.