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September 2, 2019

Baltimore County has agreed to pay more than $1.1 million to settle a federal lawsuit brought by the family of a young Middle River man who died in 2016, days after an encounter with county police officers and emergency medical workers.


The $1,150,000 settlement with th...

July 10, 2019

A federal jury on Tuesday returned a $100,000 verdict against a former Baltimore police officer who had already been convicted of assaulting a 14-year-old while the teen was handcuffed to a hospital gurney, the teen’s attorney said.

Former Officer Duane Williams Jr. str...

BALTIMORE —

A circuit court judge is hammering Baltimore City police detectives for the handling of a suspect interview in the death of 7-year-old Taylor Hayes.

Judge Wanda Heard threw out 11 hours of the 12-hour police interrogation.

Hayes died from a single gunshot woun...

April 25, 2019

“It was obvious that Sgt. Middleton was attacked and therefore the charges were dismissed,” said Latoya Francis-Williams, her attorney. “We are certainly grateful.”

Prosecutors have dropped the assault case against a Baltimore police sergeant arrested last summer outsid...

BALTIMORE (WBFF) - A Baltimore police officer jumps out of his car, runs after multiple men, and hits one of them with his police baton.The officer is now standing trial, and FOX45 has obtained exclusive body-worn camera footage of the alleged assault.

On Christmas Eve...

March 19, 2018

BALTIMORE (AP) — A Baltimore police officer has been arrested on charges of first-degree assault and misconduct in office. The state’s attorney charged Officer Kevin Battipaglia on Thursday on charges stemming from a Dec. 24 arrest, Baltimore police spokesman T.J. Smit...

The federal authorities who prosecuted Baltimore’s corrupt police Gun Trace Task Force say they are now sharing evidence with local authorities for charges that could be filed on the local level.

A Baltimore police spokesman said Commissioner Darryl De Sousa is working...

December 6, 2017

Kelly Davis was in Baltimore Circuit Court on Monday, bracing for the worst. Her husband, Keith Davis Jr., was either going to be sentenced to prison for a homicide he had denied committing or granted a new trial. The future of her family hung in the balance. Prosecuto...

A Baltimore judge granted Keith Davis Jr. a new trial after fresh questions emerged about the prison witness whose testimony helped convict him in the killing of a Pimlico Race Course security guard.

Circuit Court Judge Lynn Stewart Mays said jurors received a “sanitize...

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