Morgan State University officials said Saturday they have promoted campus police Chief Adrian J. Wiggins to a new position of chief public safety officer, in which he will explore changes to campus safety and emergency management systems.
At 7 p.m. at the Liberty Road gymnasium, Under Armour B'more Finest's 17-and-under squad will battle D.C.-based Team Takeover. And at 8:30 p.m., Nike Baltimore Elite will take on the Houston Defenders, which is led by five-star guard prospects Aaron and Andrew Harrison.
The Morgan State University student charged with dismembering a friend and eating his heart and part of his brain was indicted Thursday on an attempted first-degree murder charge in the beating of another victim who was bludgeoned with a baseball bat.
Three weeks before Alexander Kinyua was charged with dismembering a family friend and eating some of the body parts, police at Morgan State University investigated a report that the suspect had a machete in his dorm room, school officials confirmed Monday.
Speaking out for the first time about a gruesome killing allegedly committed by a troubled student, the president of Morgan State University expressed condolences to the suspect's and victim's families before the school's Board of Regents on Thursday.
Crisis management consultants say Morgan State officials should speak up about Alexander Kinyua's time at the university, before his arrest in the killing of Kujoe Bonasafo Agyei-Kodie and his confession, according to police, that he dismembered Agyei-Kodie and ate his heart and parts of his brain..
Questions on are mounting on whether someone missed troubling warning signs before Morgan State University senior Alexander Kinyua allegedly cut up a family friend and ate his heart and part of his brains.
The Morgan State University student who police said killed his housemate and ate his heart and part of his brain was described in a police report as a "Virginia Tech waiting to happen" after he allegedly punched a hole in the wall of a campus office.
Possibly the only thing more disturbing than the realization that someone was on campus at a school in Harford County this week making threats to kill people is the reaction of the school and its public safety component.
The speed and breadth of recent alerts demonstrates how seriously schools take the task of informing their community about potential threats, and the challenges they face in deciding when to trigger an alert