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In-custody death reports under former Maryland medical examiner to be reviewed after he testified Chauvin did not kill George Floyd

In-custody death reports under former Maryland medical examiner to be reviewed after he testified Chauvin did not kill George Floyd

The Maryland’s Attorney General’s Office said Friday it believes there should be a review of “in custody” death reports produced by the state’s Office of the Chief Medical Examiner during the tenure of Dr. David Fowler, nine days after Fowler testified that an ex-Minneapolis police officer was not responsible for the death of George Floyd in police custody. The announcement came less than 24 hours after the attorney general’s office received a letter from the former medical examiner of Washington, D.C., Roger A. Mitchell, signed by 431 doctors from around the country, saying Fowler’s...

Apr 23
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Baltimore officials identify possible source of ‘purge’ flyer after Freddie Gray’s death, dispute Hogan on requests for more police help

Baltimore officials identify possible source of ‘purge’ flyer after Freddie Gray’s death, dispute Hogan on requests for more police help

Thank you for supporting our journalism. This article is available exclusively for our subscribers, who help fund our work at The Baltimore Sun. Four years after more than 60 businesses sued Baltimore over what they called its botched response to unrest following the death of Freddie Gray, the city has filed a response casting its effort “a success” that looks even better compared with what has taken place in other cities. The 273-page filing, backed by depositions of key city officials at the time, emails and internal documents, portrays the city in a positive light and provides fresh...

Apr 14
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Baltimore Police officer who ran for mayor is charged by state prosecutor with election crimes

Baltimore Police officer who ran for mayor is charged by state prosecutor with election crimes

A Baltimore Police officer who sought the Republican nomination for mayor was indicted last week by the Office of the State Prosecutor for lying about being a city resident. Ivan Gonzalez was charged with perjury, falsifying voter registration and related charges after being indicted by a grand jury following an internal police department investigation. Advertisement The Sun . Gonzalez declined to comment at the time, telling a reporter, “You guys are fake news.” He declined to comment Monday as well. The Police Department said his police powers were suspended Friday. Advertisement Gonzalez...

Mar 29
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Federal grand jury investigating Baltimore officials Nick, Marilyn Mosby; churches, campaign staff subpoenaed

Federal grand jury investigating Baltimore officials Nick, Marilyn Mosby; churches, campaign staff subpoenaed

Thank you for supporting our journalism. This article is available exclusively for our subscribers, who help fund our work at The Baltimore Sun. Federal prosecutors have opened a criminal investigation into Baltimore City Council President Nick Mosby and State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby, subpoenaing her campaign and the couple’s business records, according to a grand jury subpoena obtained by The Baltimore Sun. The U.S. Attorney’s office and the FBI requested a wide range of financial records related to the power couple: tax returns, bank statements, credit card statements, loan documents and...

Mar 19
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How the feds investigated ‘Healthy Holly’: Prosecutors share new details of case against former Baltimore Mayor Pugh

How the feds investigated ‘Healthy Holly’: Prosecutors share new details of case against former Baltimore Mayor Pugh

Thank you for supporting our journalism. This article is available exclusively for our subscribers, who help fund our work at The Baltimore Sun. Assistant U.S. Attorney Martin Clarke was driving back from Richmond, Virginia, in late March 2019 when he tuned his radio to a . A couple weeks earlier The Baltimore Sun had published its first stories about her Healthy Holly children’s book series, and Pugh went public to address mounting questions. Clarke knew she was not telling the truth. He was among the investigators who had been looking into Pugh’s finances for more than two years at that...

Mar 18
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Boy, 14, charged in fatal shooting of 15-year-old in Northwest Baltimore

Boy, 14, charged in fatal shooting of 15-year-old in Northwest Baltimore

Homicide detectives have charged a 14-year-old boy with the fatal shooting last week of a 15-year-old in Northwest Baltimore. Police identified the suspect as Damonyae Malone, and he was arrested Monday night. He is charged with killing Jaileel Jones, who was shot on March 4 in the 5100 block of Chalgrove Ave. Jaileel was Advertisement Maryland court records state that Malone has been charged with first- and second-degree murder as well as attempted murder, assault and weapons offenses. In a release that did not name Malone, police said that he knew Jones and that “this incident stemmed...

Mar 9
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Police: Stolen car and cellphone data linked four people to killing of Catonsville Y sports director

Police: Stolen car and cellphone data linked four people to killing of Catonsville Y sports director

Thank you for supporting our journalism. This article is available exclusively for our subscribers, who help fund our work at The Baltimore Sun. Four people have been charged in the 2019 home invasion killing of a 31-year-old man who was the beloved youth sports director at the Y in Catonsville. Police charged Aaron Butler, 48, of Elkridge; Donta Holdclaw, 46, of West Baltimore; and Elease Frazier, 27, of Northwest Baltimore; for the in the 4800 block of Clifton Ave., court records show. Authorities are searching for a fourth suspect, Khalil Madden, 27, and offering a $5,000 reward for his...

Feb 12
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Maryland U.S. Attorney Hur, who led prosecutions of some Baltimore officials, is stepping down

Maryland U.S. Attorney Hur, who led prosecutions of some Baltimore officials, is stepping down

Maryland’s top federal prosecutor Robert K. Hur announced he is stepping down after nearly three years. Hur was appointed by Republican former president Donald Trump . First Assistant Jonathan F. Lenzner will become the acting U.S. Attorney while the administration of Democratic President Joe Biden fills the vacancy. Advertisement “I will always be grateful to have served as U.S. Attorney and helped further the office’s proud legacy of pursuing justice with integrity, and without fear or favor,” Hur said in a statement. His departure means Hur won’t become a political anomaly like his...

Feb 3
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Investigators looking at link between headless torso found in Baltimore, foot found in Prince George’s County

Investigators looking at link between headless torso found in Baltimore, foot found in Prince George’s County

Police in Prince George’s County and Baltimore confirm that they are working together to explore whether body parts found in their respective jurisdictions are linked to the same case. A off a secluded road in Brandywine on Sept. 3, 2020; Prince George’s County police say it was a human foot, found by a citizen. Then, on Nov. 30, wrapped in a tarp on a dead-end street in a neighborhood in Southwest Baltimore’s Morrell Park neighborhood. Advertisement City police have been unable to determine the identity of the victim after nearly two months, and have release no further information. But the...

Jan 20
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Ex-Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh not among 143 granted clemency by Trump

Ex-Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh not among 143 granted clemency by Trump

Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine E. Pugh did not make the list of the 143 people granted clemency by President Donald Trump in the final hours of his presidency. Trump, who leaves office at noon Wednesday when President-elected Joe Biden is inaugurated, also , who is charged in connection with the misuse of funds raised to build a wall. In total, Trump issued 73 pardons and 70 commutations. Advertisement Also failing to make the list, released shortly before 1 a.m. Wednesday, former Baltimore police commissioner and current sports talk radio host Edward T. Norris for his 2004 conviction....

January 20, 2021
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