The woman found stabbed to death this week in Fells Point was a popular and longtime waitress at an upscale Italian restaurant.
Baltimore police released the identities of three homicide victims including Claudia Parodi, 40, who officers found Monday night with multiple stab wounds to her chest and arms. She was killed in her home in the 700 block of S. Bond St., about two blocks from the Fells Point waterfront. Police had been called by a co-worker who hadn't heard from Parodi for several days.
She worked at Pazo, an Italian restaurant about three blocks west at 1425 Aliceanna St., for the past three years. On Wednesday, the restaurant released a statement.
"Claudia Parodi was a bubbly, vibrant, gracious and intelligent young woman," the statement said. "We were blessed to have known, and worked with her for 3 years. Claudia was a very popular server and beloved team member. We are incredibly sad and will miss her greatly."
Police have no suspects in her killing, a police spokeswoman said Wednesday.
Detectives also continue to search for a suspect who shot and killed Loressa Rose Little, 43, and Leroy Agnew, 60, in their Northwest Baltimore home in the 5200 block of Denmore Ave. Officers found both shot at about 1:30 a.m. Monday. Neighbors said the couple had a 5-year-old son in the home who was not injured.
Detectives are also investigating a shooting in the 6900 block of Reisterstown Road at 11:55 p.m. Tuesday. Officers, called for a reported shooting, found a man shot in the left arm. He was taken to a hospital. Police say he has non-life threatening injuries.
Baltimore Sun reporter Richard Gorelick contributed to this article.