More than 30 years after Karen Ann Norton was stabbed to death in an apparent burglary at her Catonsville home, police uncovered new evidence and charged her then-husband, John Joseph Norton, in her death.
A former police officer in Philadelphia and Baltimore was sentenced to nine years in federal prison Friday afternoon for helping a member of the Gun Trace Task Force sell drugs taken off the street here.
Jurors saw a photo of Baltimore County Police Officer Amy Caprio’s blood on the pavement and heard neighbors and police describe their recollections of the day she was killed on Wednesday, the second day of the trial of Dawnta Harris, one of the teens charged in her death.
Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison is clearly working to change the culture of the department, but he should also work to achieve balance by keeping some leadership around who have roots in the community.
Ahead of this spring’s municipal elections, the Carroll County Times has asked candidates to provide information on themselves and their priorities. Here are the responses from Taneytown City Councilman Donald C. Frazier.
Baltimore senators Bill Ferguson, Cory V. McCray and Antonio Hayes are instead endorsing an informal work group to study the effects of a proposal to make the Baltimore Police Department fully a city agency — instead of a state agency.
As I watched Baltimore burn on the night of Freddie Gray’s funeral four years ago this month, the only comfort I could find was in the thought that the city I loved could not possibly ever again look worse to the world than it did at that profoundly sad moment. But recent events proved me wrong.
A Baltimore County man was arrested Tuesday morning after a Carroll County Sheriff’s Office deputy allegedly caught him speeding while in possession of marijuana, crack cocaine, paraphernalia and a stolen handgun.
Acting Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young is seeking to reassure residents, city employees and state elected officials, saying he will serve as “a stabilizing force” for Baltimore while Mayor Catherine Pugh is on leave. Pugh's attorney has confirmed the state prosecutor is investigating her.
Over the objections of student protesters, Maryland’s House of Delegates has voted overwhelmingly to approve hotly debated legislation to authorize an armed police force for the private Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. The state Senate has passed a different version of the legislation.
Carroll County law enforcement agencies are working to determine the cause of numerous reports of destruction of property leading up to and after Monday’s deadly encounter between a trooper and a Westminster man.
The Baltimore members of the Maryland House of Delegates have voted in favor of a bill that would permit Johns Hopkins University to have an armed police force. The delegation voted after U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings told the panel he was "begging" them to do something about city violence.
A majority of Baltimore's state senators have voted to endorse legislation to create an armed Johns Hopkins police force — clearing a major hurdle to the bill’s passage. By a vote of 3-2, delegation backed legislation authorizing the force. The amended bill would impose limits on patrol areas.
Key Baltimore senators have voted to endorse a series of legislative amendments designed to win the Maryland General Assembly’s approval for an armed police force at Johns Hopkins University's campuses in the city.