1976 Woodlawn Jane Doe Mystery Solved: Identified as Margaret FetterolfTrue Crime Mysteries (Megan)NewsBreak Contributor
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This City In Maryland Has The Highest Human Trafficking Rate In The State!
Baltimore, Maryland, a bustling metropolis nestled amidst the vibrant East Coast, bears a dark secret. Beneath its veneer of bustling commerce and cultural attractions lies a grim reality: Baltimore has the highest rate of human trafficking in the state. according to Al jazeera. This pervasive issue, rooted in a complex interplay of social, economic, and infrastructural factors, demands urgent attention and a concerted effort to dismantle the trafficking networks that exploit the city’s most vulnerable populations.
Discover the 5 Most Dangerous Neighborhoods in Glen Burnie, Maryland
Glen Burnie, located in the suburbs of Baltimore, Maryland, boasts a population of approximately 73,000 residents. Recognized for its shopping centers, parks, and historic landmarks, Glen Burnie is a multifaceted area. However, not all sections of Glen Burnie offer a secure and serene environment. Certain neighborhoods exhibit elevated rates of...
Suspect Arrested for Brutal Broad Daylight Assault of Elderly Woman
BALTIMORE, MD — On November 27, Baltimore Police responded to a severe assault in the 500 block of Otterbein Street. Upon arrival at approximately 10:06 a.m., they found a 70-year-old…
Barricade in west Baltimore, residents advised to avoid area
BALTIMORE (WBFF) — A barricade situation is taking place in the Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood of west Baltimore, according to the Baltimore City Police Department. The department says the incident is taking place on the 1100 block of North Carrolton Avenue and that this street is closed. Citizens are advised to...
Baltimore Police Make Arrest In Stabbing
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND – A 29-year-old man was arrested in Baltimore following a stabbing incident that left a 70-year-old woman severely injured in Southern Baltimore on November 27th. Police responded to…
Parents and teen indicted for connection to Carver High triple shooting
A teen and his parents have been indicted for their alleged role in the triple shooting outside of Carver Vo-Tech High School.
Man found dead in median along Route 40
Police were called to the 1100 block of West Mulberry Street just after 3:30pm on December 3rd in West Baltimore.
Disabled Baltimore man fights for family home after it was sold over unpaid property taxes
BALTIMORE - A disabled Baltimore man is fighting for his family home after it was sold over unpaid property taxes.Now, a legal battle is playing out to reclaim the house inherited from his father.Tony Smothers is begging for help as he tries to keep the only home his family has ever known.Baltimore City sold off the house to a company in Philadelphia for $12,000 of unpaid taxes in May of 2021," attorney Thiru Vignarajah said.Surrounded by Smothers' neighbors on West Barre Street, Vignarajah declaredg a legal challenge to the city's tax sale system."Here we are some 50 years later, Tony...
These baltimore, MD based Dogs are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around baltimore..
Teen arrested in connection to armed carjacking incident in Baltimore
Baltimore Police have arrested a 15-year-old boy for his alleged role in an armed carjacking incident.
Local Alert: Two Shooting Incidents Reported on Terra Firma Road and Kenwood Avenue on December 4
Two shooting incidents were reported on December 4, 2023, in the Southern and Southeast Districts. The first incident occurred at 8:18 p.m. on the 2500 block of Terra Firma Road. A 33-year-old male, with multiple non-life-threatening gunshot wounds, was transported to a local hospital. The Southern District Shooting detectives are investigating.
FOX45 News Midday: Police Search for Carjacking Suspects and Upcoming Juvenile Crime Hearing
Catch the latest on Fox 45 News Midday as authorities search for a suspect in a potential armed carjacking spree in Baltimore. With the third hearing on juvenile crime in Annapolis looming, and election day drawing near, stay updated on all the pressing issues.
Baltimore's Daylight Horror: Fatal Shooting at Bus Stop
BALTIMORE — A routine patrol turned into a grim discovery for Southwest District officers in Baltimore on the afternoon of December 2, as they encountered a shocking scene at a local bus stop.
Maryland man sentenced to life in prison for contract killings
(WBRE/WYOU) — The United States Attorney`s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania announced that Johnny Jenkins-Armstrong, 26, of Baltimore, Maryland, was sentenced on December 4, to life imprisonment for his role in the June 25, 2016 murders of three individuals in Franklin County, one of whom was cooperating with state and federal drug investigators. […]
Tragic Accident in Howard County Highlights the Importance of 'Move Over' Laws
Howard County is in mourning after a recent Sunday night when a devastating collision claimed the life of a local resident. A Hyundai Sonata, operated by 36-year-old Ricardo Perez, tragically crashed into a parked ambulance on Washington Boulevard. The ambulance, manned by emergency personnel from the Howard County Department of Fire and Rescue Services, had its warning lights activated and was stationed in a turn lane designated for Country Meadows Lane at approximately 10:57 p.m. Sadly, Perez succumbed to severe injuries and was pronounced dead at Shock Trauma, while the ambulance crew sustained minor injuries.
"I don't know the reasoning": Baltimore County Executive on Leaked Amendments
BALTIMORE (WBFF) — This morning in Baltimore County, some are angry over changes to two bills dealing with the Office of Inspector General that were leaked to the public. The two amendments would strip several powers from Baltimore County Inspector General Kelly Madigan's Office, including a significant curtail to her ability to subpoena documents.
Baltimore County Police peacefully resolve barricade situation in Pikesville
Residents in the Woodholme area of Pikesville can expect a police presence due to a barricade situation. Police are working to resolve the situation peacefully.
7 things to know about Reginald F. Lewis, the first African American to build a billion-dollar company
Widely recognized as the first African-American to build a billion-dollar company, 20th century luminary Reginald F. Lewis left an indelible mark as a lawyer, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and CEO. Early Years and Entrepreneurial Spirit Reginald F.
FBI to exhume body of Baltimore woman, case featured on Netflix's 'The Keepers'
The FBI is scheduled to exhume the body of a Baltimore woman whose killing was featured in a Netflix documentary. Someone killed Joyce Malecki 54 years ago when she was just 20 years old. Her body was found in a wooded area near Fort Meade, stabbed, strangled and left in a stream.
Poppy and Stella closes after 16 years in Baltimore area
Poppy and Stella boutique, known for its upcale, feminine clothes, shoes and accessories, is now closing - only a short while after it opened its latest store at Towson's Shops at Kenilworth mall.