Quincey Gamble, 43, a veteran Democratic operative from Baltimore and top advisor to the re-election campaign of Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby, stepped down Friday amid charges he harassed and assaulted two ex-girlfriends.
Eleven individuals are facing charges for their connection to a South Baltimore drug distribution organization that was responsible for selling fentanyl in the Brooklyn neighborhood, authorities said Monday.
Baltimore will soon pick its next state’s attorney, whose job it will be to help restore lost justice. The incumbent, Marilyn Mosby, faces Thiru Vignarajah, a former deputy Maryland attorney general, and Ivan Bates, a criminal defense attorney. Choosing the very best candidate requires they debate.
Accused sexual predators who claim their victims consented to sex will now face the possibility that evidence of their past behavior can be presented against them at trial under legislation passed Wednesday by the Maryland General Assembly.
The Baltimore State’s Attorney’s Office says it has completed a review of more than 275 cases affected by the corrupt Gun Trace Task Force, and plans to broaden its review to include potentially thousands of cases.
Baltimore Circuit Judge Lawrence Fletcher-Hill said he will decide Friday whether longtime defense attorney Ivan Bates meets a two-year residency requirement to run against Marilyn Mosby for city state’s attorney in June.
Prosecutors in Baltimore have cleared a city police officer of wrongdoing in the fatally shooting of an armed robbery suspect at a 7-Eleven store in October, finding that his actions were justified given the threat the man posed to the officer and nearby citizens.
Under a new agreement between Baltimore prosecutors and the city law department, police officers involved in bringing felony and “serious misdemeanor” charges will be required to disclose to prosecutors any misconduct allegations against them.
Richard “Rick” Shipley, the stepfather of Freddie Gray, has died, according to the family’s attorney. He was 60. Shipley was a voice for calm in Baltimore in April and May of 2015 when Gray’s death from injuries suffered in police custody sparked widespread protests and the city erupted in rioting.
A group of Baltimore residents gathered at a news conference Friday and said authorities enabled the Gun Trace Task Force officers by failing to stop them. The event was organized by defense attorney Ivan Bates
An accounting of public statements by then-Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis following the release last year of several police body camera videos that defense attorneys said showed officers planting drugs.
A grand jury has indicted a Baltimore Police officer on charges of misconduct and tampering with evidence in connection with a body camera video that surfaced last year that the public defender’s office said showed him planting drugs.
Many women said they came to Baltimore’s rally to build on the momentum of last year’s historic Women’s March on Washington, when hundreds of thousands of people converged on the nation’s capital to condemn Trump’s fledgling presidency.
Thanks to a $250,000 personal loan, former Maryland Deputy Attorney General Thiru Vignarajah has the most cash on hand in the race for Baltimore State’s Attorney, outpacing incumbent State’s Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby and fellow challenger Ivan Bates in the first campaign finance filing of 2018.
When it comes to the surge in Baltimore homicides that started in 2015 and continues to this day, everyone has a theory about the cause or causes. That includes Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein.
Baltimore Police on Friday said an Old Goucher corner store they raided last month remains under investigation, that testing of substances from the store is ongoing, and that detectives still believe an illegal drug organization was operating there despite charges in the case being dropped.
More than 1,000 people have been killed in Baltimore in the last three years. More than 1,000 people were shot in 2017 alone. As another historic year of violence blurs into history, and the page is turned to 2018, this is the reality: Baltimore is not just losing blood, it is hemorrhaging it.
Text messages from several of the officers charged in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray reveal something about their mindset in the days after Gray's death, amid the rioting and as prosecutors zeroed in on them.
A notorious Baltimore crime figure and convicted murderer who in 2015 struck a deal with prosecutors to be released from prison after more than 35 years behind bars is now back in jail, his latest shot at freedom on the line.
Prosecutors have now dropped or plan to drop a total of 125 criminal cases that relied on the testimony of eight Baltimore police officers indicted this year on federal racketeering charges, they said Monday.
By Monday, Sgt. Alicia White was fully reinstated in the Baltimore Police Department, becoming the sixth and final officer who returned to work after being absolved of Freddie Gray’s death more than two years ago.