BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore's public defenders have asked a judge to help them get a list of city police officers who the city's top prosecutor says have credibility issues.
BALTIMORE (AP) — A Maryland man convicted of kidnapping and killing a mother who was found dead inside a burning, vacant home, was sentenced to life plus 80 years in prison on Tuesday, the...
BALTIMORE (AP) — A Baltimore man convicted of assaulting his 7-months-pregnant girlfriend, killing the fetus in the process, has been sentenced to 35 years in prison.
BALTIMORE (AP) — More than a dozen members accused of involvement in a Maryland drug trafficking organizations were indicted on charges ranging from murder to conspiracy to kidnap, prosecutors and...
BALTIMORE (AP) — Body camera video belonging to a veteran city police sergeant charged with forcibly arresting someone without justification has revealed a pattern of similar abuses, Baltimore...
BALTIMORE (AP) — A judge in Baltimore has agreed to release from custody a group of correctional officers charged with using excessive force on prisoners at state-operated jails in the...
BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby says she’s concerned about the integrity and credibility of about 305 city police officers, most of whom the department stands...
BALTIMORE (AP) — More than two dozen correctional officers in Baltimore were charged Tuesday with using excessive force on prisoners at state-operated jails in a city plagued by decades of...
BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby says an investigation into the death of a police detective is still open despite the police commissioner's statement that the case is...
BALTIMORE (AP) — The top prosecutor in Baltimore knew exactly where to go for guidance after she made the decision to file charges in an explosive case involving the death of a black man in police...
BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore's top prosecutor has begun asking judges to throw out nearly 800 convictions that she said were tainted by officers linked to a corruption scandal.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Prosecutors in Baltimore plan to ask the courts to throw out nearly 800 tainted cases handled by the Gun Trace Task Force.
BALTIMORE (AP) — A man accused of killing two people and shooting wildly at police officers and pedestrians as he led cruisers on a car chase in 2017 in Baltimore has been handed two life...
BALTIMORE (AP) — Witnesses helped convict a Baltimore man of first-degree murder for a fatal shooting outside a city tavern.
The fact that multiple witnesses provided information leading to...
BALTIMORE (AP) — The new mayor of Baltimore says boxing matches could help reduce the city's rampant street violence.
The Baltimore Sun reports Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young suggested the...
BALTIMORE (AP) — The police department of Baltimore, Maryland, has hired new leaders for its operations and public integrity bureaus.
The Baltimore Sun reports police Commissioner Michael...
BALTIMORE (AP) — The Latest on a protest at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore (all times local):
Baltimore's top prosecutor says her office will not prosecute the seven...
BALTIMORE (AP) — A North Carolina man who police say had 16 pounds of marijuana in his vehicle no longer faces drug charges in Maryland, where Baltimore's top prosecutor has said she won't...
BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore's top prosecutor has filed a rarely used legal petition intended to vacate 3,778 convictions for possession of marijuana, arguing an extraordinary legal strategy is necessary to "right an extraordinary wrong."
BALTIMORE (AP) — The state's attorney in Baltimore will no longer prosecute any marijuana possession cases, regardless of the quantity of the drug or an individual's prior criminal record, authorities announced Tuesday.
Marilyn Mosby, the city's top prosecutor, said pot possession cases have no public safety value, erode public trust in law enforcement, and intensify existing racial disparities in the criminal justice system since arrests disproportionately occur in communities of color.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Authorities say a Maryland man has spent nearly three decades in prison for a murder he didn't commit.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. Supreme Court won't hear an appeal from five police officers whose lawsuit alleged Baltimore's top prosecutor maliciously prosecuted them in the death of a black man fatally injured while in custody.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Five of the police officers charged in the death of a black man who suffered a fatal spine injury while in custody are appealing a lawsuit against Baltimore's top prosecutor.
A former Baltimore police officer was indicted on assault charges Tuesday after being recorded repeatedly punching a man in a street confrontation three days earlier in a video that went viral.
Arthur Williams, who resigned a day after Saturday's confrontation, was charged with first- and second-degree assault, as well as misconduct in office, Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby said at a news conference.
BALTIMORE (AP) — During her first months in office as Baltimore's top prosecutor, Marilyn Mosby stridently vowed to "deliver justice" on behalf of a black man whose death in police custody triggered massive protests and the city's worst riots in decades.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A federal appeals court on Monday blocked a lawsuit against Baltimore's top prosecutor filed by five police officers who said she maliciously investigated and charged them in the death of a black man who suffered a fatal spinal injury in custody.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore prosecutors say they have dropped 187 cases involving eight members of a corrupt gun recovery unit.
Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby's office updated the number of dropped cases in a Friday statement announcing it has concluded an initial assessment of 284 cases involving the Gun Trace Task Force members.
Mosby says her office must now assess "potentially thousands of cases" due the testimony of disgraced detectives during a recent federal racketeering trial.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Police say 19 people have been arrested in a crackdown on a suspected drug ring accused of funneling heroin and fentanyl from New York City to Maryland.
BALTIMORE (AP) — The stepfather of a black man whose death in police custody sparked riots in Baltimore has died.
Richard "Rick" Shipley spoke for the family of Freddie Gray, calling for calm in the city after his stepson suffered a fatal spinal cord injury in April 2015.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A lawyer for Baltimore's top prosecutor asked a federal appeals court Wednesday to dismiss a lawsuit by five police officers who claim she maliciously prosecuted them in the death of a black man gravely injured in custody.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The Latest on arguments before the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on whether Baltimore's prosecutor is immune for a lawsuit filed by five police officers charged but alter cleared in the death of Freddie Gray. (all times local):
A judge has grilled lawyers for five Baltimore officers about why they should be allowed to sue the city's top prosecutor for charging them in the arrest and death of a young African-American.
BALTIMORE (AP) — The number of criminal cases dropped due to allegations of police misconduct in Baltimore continues to rise, prosecutors said.
The alleged misconduct includes body camera videos that appear to show officers planting evidence and a federal indictment of eight officers on racketeering and fraud charges.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Prosecutors say a third video from a Baltimore police officer's body-worn camera shows questionable activity by police.
Marilyn Mosby, Baltimore's state's attorney, said in a news release Monday that the video was recorded in June. She says it was reported as a re-enactment of the seizure of evidence.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Public defenders in Baltimore say charges against a client have been dropped because police body-camera video "appears to depict multiple officers working together to manufacture evidence."
This case involves seven officers, two of whom have been referred to the police department's internal affairs division.
Media outlets say the public defender's office won't release the video because it shows a co-defendant whom it doesn't represent.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore's top prosecutor says her office is dismissing 34 cases that relied on the testimony of three officers who are under scrutiny after the release of body camera footage that defense attorneys say shows evidence being fabricated.
Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby said at a news conference Friday that her office is still reviewing dozens of other cases involving the officers. The cases being dropped are drug- or firearm-related.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore's top prosecutor announced a review Thursday of nearly 100 cases involving three officers who appear in a body camera video that allegedly shows evidence being fabricated.
Determining whether cases involving the officers under scrutiny can be brought to trial "is going to take time," Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby said.
BALTIMORE (AP) — The office of Baltimore's top prosecutor is reviewing nearly 100 cases that involved three officers who are under scrutiny after defense attorneys released a body camera video that they said showed one officer planting drugs.
Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby said at a news conference Thursday that prosecutors are reviewing the sufficiency of evidence in those cases, which "is going to take time."
BALTIMORE (AP) — Officers charged in the death of a black man whose neck was broken in the back of a police van are asking a federal appeals court to allow parts of a lawsuit against Baltimore's top prosecutor to proceed.
The officers are suing State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby for malicious prosecution, defamation and invasion of privacy. Three of the officers were acquitted, and Mosby dropped the remaining cases.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore's top prosecutor is urging a federal appeals court to find that she is immune from a civil lawsuit filed by five police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray.
The officers are suing Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby for malicious prosecution, defamation and invasion of privacy. Other claims, including false imprisonment, were dismissed.
BALTIMORE (AP) — The top prosecutor in Baltimore says more than 50 active cases and more than 150 closed and adjudicated cases may be tainted after members of a firearms crime task force were indicted in a racketeering conspiracy.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Seven Baltimore officers were so unfazed by U.S. Justice Department scrutiny of abusive policing that they kept falsely detaining people, stealing their money and property and faking reports to cover it up, according to a damning federal indictment released Wednesday.
BALTIMORE (AP) — A Baltimore judge will allow certain parts of a civil lawsuit filed against the city's top prosecutor and an assistant sheriff to proceed, but tossed other portions.
BALTIMORE (AP) — An independent autopsy on a man who had a fatal encounter with Baltimore police says he died of asphyxiation while being restrained, not of a heart condition as the state's autopsy found.
Tyrone West, 44, died after a struggle with police following a July 2013 traffic stop. The Maryland Office of the Medical Examiner had ruled that he died of a heart condition in extremely hot weather.
BALTIMORE (AP) — One of six Baltimore police officers formerly charged in the death of a black man fatally injured in a police van says she was surprised to hear her name when charges were announced.
BALTIMORE (AP) — The videotaped statements of two of the Baltimore officers charged in the death of a young black man whose neck was broken in the back of a police transport wagon have been made public for the first time.
WBAL-TV used a Maryland Public Information Act request to obtain the April 17, 2015 statements from the office of Democratic State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Fourteen months after the death of a black man whose neck was broken in a police van prompted massive protests, spawned rioting and toppled the careers of Baltimore's police commissioner and a Democratic mayor poised for re-election, authorities abandoned efforts to punish the officers involved.
The city's top prosecutor was righteous in her rage Wednesday as she made official what was already clear after four failed attempts to prosecute: no one will go...
BALTIMORE (AP) — The Latest on the case against officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray, a black man who was injured in police custody (all times local):
About three dozen protesters gathered outside of City Hall during a weekly demonstration against police violence, this time just hours after Baltimore's top prosecutor dismissed the three remaining cases against officers charged in the death of a young, black man whose neck was broken in...