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Police say speed a factor in crash that left child, woman dead on Belair Road
It happened in the 3500 block of Belair Road. A second child and two other adults were also hospitalized, some of which had to be extricated, according to the fire department.
Person barricaded in residence after shooting man in Belair-Parkside, police said
(WBFF) — A person is barricaded inside a residence on the 4200 block of Sheldon Ave. after shooting a man just after 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Baltimore Police said. When officers arrived they found a 41-year-old man suffering from an apparent gunshot wound to the upper body, according to police.
Security guard charged with murdering child's mother in Towson
Asial Lilly, 23, was discovered shot to death inside a running car that had crashed outside an apartment complex near English Oak Road.
BCPD officers indicted on multiple charges
After the alleged mistreatment of a handcuffed man, a Baltimore County police officer is now facing an indictment for second-degree assault, reckless endangerment, excessive force and misconduct in office, announced Baltimore City State’s Attorney Ivan Bates on Feb. 20. Cpl. Zachary Small, 51, was involved in an encounter with a suspect who escaped police custody while receiving hospital treatment at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore City in September 2023. Small was originally accused of excessive force when he pepper sprayed the handcuffed man and closed...
Weather Talk: Time changes when we 'spring forward'
Get ready to 'spring forward' as Daylight Saving Time approaches, signaling the near arrival of spring! In less than three weeks, we'll adjust our clocks, losing an hour of sleep but gaining longer evenings. Tune in for the upcoming debate on time changes and a glimpse of warmer days ahead.
Baltimore City finalizes hotel purchases for homeless, leaders explain plan
Baltimore City's spending board has approved a more than $18 million deal to buy two hotels. The money for the hotels will come from the city's federal COVID-19 relief funds. The buildings will be used to house more than 100 city residents experiencing homelessness. Some of the rooms were already...
Another homeless woman found dead. Advocates work to find solutions.
Baltimore-Homeless advocates across the country say they are working to find meaningful solutions for elderly and mentaly ill persons living in woods and in many cases wherever they can.
Glen Burnie Feb 21 Weekly Crime Report: 65 Incidents and 2 Crime Stories
Glen Burnie Feb 21 Weekly Crime Report: 65 Incidents and 2 Crime Stories. During the last week, a total of 65 crimes were reported in Glen Burnie, as per the data. The most common crime was Theft, with 24 reported cases, accounting for almost 37% of the total crimes. Assault followed closely with 19 reported incidents, making up approximately 29% of the total. Other crimes such as Arrest and Other miscellaneous/non-criminal incidents were also recorded, each having 7 cases, contributing to around 11% of the total crimes respectively. Vandalism, Domestic-related incidents, and Burglary were less frequent, with 3, 2, and 2 cases respectively, while Trespass was the least reported crime with only 1 case. This data reflects a concerning level of criminal activity in the place, with Theft and Assault being the most prevalent. Authorities are urged to increase vigilance and residents to take necessary precautions.
Maryland Lottery event reveals winner of Ravens "Seats for 20 Years"
Thomas Humphries was announced as the winner of the "Seats for 20 Years" at the Maryland Lottery event on Wednesday in Owings Mills. Humphries was one of six players selected from more than 824,000 entries for the "Seats for 20 Years" which gives him a pair of club-level seats to every Baltimore Ravens home game for the next 20 years.
Baltimore Mayor Scott speaks on hearing regarding city’s citation docket
Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott on Wednesday offered his interpretation of a Baltimore City Council committee hearing on the effectiveness thus far with the State’s Attorney’s Office’s citation docket. The docket targets low-level, nonviolent crimes, such as aggressive panhandling, illegal dirt bike riding and public urination. During a...
1 stabbed in fight at Glen Burnie Walmart
A woman is charged with stabbing a man during a fight at Walmart in Glen Burnie on Monday afternoon. Police responded to the store
Man seen trying to enter apartment doors arrested, charged
A man caught on video trying apartment door handles with what appeared to be a syringe in hand has been arrested. Residents of the Porter Brewers Hill saw the man on doorbell camera video several times since Feb. 1 trying to open people's apartment unit doors. In one video, he...
Four free concerts coming to Baltimore this Summer
WTMD's First Thursday Concert Series returns to Canton Waterfront Park this Summer. The largest free outdoor concert series in the region features a mix of both nationally touring and local artists.
Baltimore reaches $1.2M settlement in lawsuit against 'ghost gun' manufacturer Polymer80
BALTIMORE -- Baltimore City has reached a $1.2 million settlement in its lawsuit against the leading manufacturer of untraceable, unserialized "ghost guns" plaguing the city, Mayor Brandon Scott announced Wednesday. The city filed its lawsuit against Polymer80 Inc. in 2022, accusing the company of negligence, public nuisance, and violations of the Maryland Consumer Protection Act.The lawsuit alleged the company intentionally undermined federal and state firearms laws by designing, manufacturing, selling, and providing ghost gun kits and parts to buyers who do not undergo a background check.The mayor's office said all relief sought in the lawsuit was secured in the settlement. That includes:Permanently...
Two burglary arrests made in Anne Arundel County due to quick response from residents
Anne Arundel County, Md., (WBFF) — Two burglary arrests were made within the past week in Anne Arundel County due to the quick response from vigilant residents. On the evening of February 16, Officer Bacchus was dispatched to a burglary in progress at a home in the 7900 block of Oakwood Road in Glen Burnie.
New Reports From Fatal Officer-Involved Chase In Baltimore Released: Maryland AG
Linda Moss, 74, was killed during a police pursuit with 58-year-old David Moss, who was reportedly wanted by police and refused to stop, leading to a violent exchange, on March 25. According to the Independent Investigations Division (IID) of the Office of the Attorney General, the pursuit began around 11:50...
Targeted Shooting Of Woman In Baltimore Led To Rollover Crash, Charges For Man, Police Say
Cockeysville resident Michael Armstrong was taken into custody by investigators hours after a 42-year-old woman was shot and involved in a crash that caused her vehicle to overturn on Monday morning. Officers were called shortly after 7:45 a.m. on Feb. 19 to the 4500 block of Parkmont Avenue, where there...
Woman detained in Russia has ties to Maryland
OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Awoman being held in a Russian prison on suspicion of treason has ties to Maryland. Kesenia Karolina, 33, is a Russian-American dual citizen. She lived in Los Angeles, but the ballerina's ex-in-laws live in Owings Mills. They are terrified for her. "She is not safe...
People in West Baltimore say they are still waiting for a skate park
Since 2018 there has been a push to add a skate park in Easterwood park. Two years ago those plans were put on hold because the park needs fixing.
T-Pain invites Baltimore to his ‘Mansion in Wiscansin'
T-Pain is bringing his ‘Mansion in Wiscansin Party Tour’ to Baltimore at Pier Six Pavilion on June 25.