Chief Baltimore Circuit Judge Wanda Heard was seeking medical attention Wednesday morning after a defendant threw a water pitcher at her as she presided over a sentencing hearing in a downtown courtroom, court officials confirmed.
A 36-year-old Baltimore who allegedly struck Chief Baltimore Circuit Judge Wanda Heard in the head with a metal water pitcher in a downtown courtroom on Wednesday has been charged with assault in the incident.
A Baltimore City Circuit Court jury found officer Carlos Rivera-Martinez guilty of hitting Melvin Townes, then 16, repeatedly in the face and head with his Taser after chasing him on North Gay Street about 2 a.m. on July 5, 2016.
Baltimore-based internet troll “Plainpotatoess” allegedly cost local businesses hundreds of dollars each and used a variety of bizarre tactics while filming individuals for his popular social media accounts, according to charging documents from Baltimore police.
Nico Pierre Graham, 18, of Westminster, was arrested Friday after shooting minors with a BB gun from a vehicle, Westminster Police say. Graham, of the Unit block of Charles Street, has been charged with two counts each first- and second degree assault and reckless endangerment, court records show.