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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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4 killed, 3 others wounded, including a 14-year-old girl, in Baltimore shootings less than 24 hours, police say

4 killed, 3 others wounded, including a 14-year-old girl, in Baltimore shootings less than 24 hours, police say

Baltimore Police are investigating numerous shootings over the past 24 hours that left four killed and three people wounded, including a 14-year-old girl, Thursday. Just before 5:30 p.m., Eastern District officers were called to the 1700 block of E. North Ave. for a shooting. Advertisement Officers arrived in the South Clifton Park neighborhood and found a 14-year-old girl who had been shot in her right leg. Police said the teen was transported to an area hospital and is in “good” condition. A handful of investigators stood beside the crime scene tape that cordoned off the block, stretching...

Apr 8
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Family of Anton Black, who died at the hands of police on the Eastern Shore, files lawsuit alleging a cover-up, excessive force

Family of Anton Black, who died at the hands of police on the Eastern Shore, files lawsuit alleging a cover-up, excessive force

Graphic warning: Video depicts a fatal confrontation with police. Greensboro Police Department body-worn camera footage of  and subsequent cardiac arrest. Video courtesy of Greensboro PD Two years after 19-year-old Anton Black died in the Caroline County town of Greensboro under the crushing weight of three police officers holding him down, his estate filed a federal lawsuit alleging excessive force by officers and what it called “ensuing efforts” by a range of public officials to cover up the actions. “Even as he died, officers began developing the false story they would use to defend...

Dec 17
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At least 46 shot, including 12 who died, in Baltimore during eight-day stretch of surging violence

At least 46 shot, including 12 who died, in Baltimore during eight-day stretch of surging violence

As violence fluctuated this summer in Baltimore, the most recent week in September left at least 46 people shot throughout the city — 12 of them dead since last Sunday, Sept. 6, according to Baltimore police data. Baltimore police confirmed on Sunday that from Sept. 6 to Sept. 13, 34 people were injured in shootings and 12 others were killed. when 12 people had been shot, two others were killed and one person was fatally stabbed. The latest shooting occurred around 6 p.m. Sunday in the 1300 block of N. Calhoun St., where a 47-year-old man was injured. Advertisement On Friday, the hearts of...

September 14, 2020
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First Maryland inmate dies of coronavirus as Baltimore State’s Attorney Mosby ramps up calls to release some inmates

First Maryland inmate dies of coronavirus as Baltimore State’s Attorney Mosby ramps up calls to release some inmates

A man in his 60s became the first inmate to die in the Maryland prison system as the total number of prisoners and staff to contract the coronavirus neared 100, the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services announced Monday. The inmate died Saturday at the Jessup Correctional Institution and had been hospitalized for several weeks, the department said. He had underlying health conditions and was one of 10 inmates at Jessup diagnosed with COVID-19, officials said. Advertisement Jessup has 33 confirmed cases among inmates, officers and contract employees, the most of any...

April 13, 2020
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Serving life as an accessory to a 1981 murder, a Jessup inmate dies of coronavirus at 61, family says

Serving life as an accessory to a 1981 murder, a Jessup inmate dies of coronavirus at 61, family says

Andrew Parker, an inmate at the Jessup Correctional Institution, died Monday night of coronavirus at the University of Maryland Medical Center, his family told the Baltimore Sun. Parker’s niece, Nekia Randall, said the family was notified of his hospitalization last week, six days after he was founded unconscious inside the prison. to die from coronavirus in April. Advertisement The Maryland Department of Corrections announced on Tuesday that an inmate in his 60s died from COVID-19. Randall confirmed to The Sun on Friday prior to his death that Parker had been hospitalized and suffered from...

April 30, 2020
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