A young man's body (#141) was found in an abandoned West Baltimore rowhouse, apparently the victim of a shooting.
A. Robert Kaufman, everyone's favorite Socialist Senate candidate, helped catch the suspected killer of Justice T. Georgie. Georgie was murdered in front of his wife and son during a May robbery at his wife's hair salon.
Kyvelle Jamaas Martin, 22, is being sought by Harford County police for fatally shooting Kevin Harold Rowlette in the face.
The man shot and killed by Southern District police has been ID'd as Antonio Shields.
The "blue granular substance" is looking more like a red herring. Also, a second juror was dismissed from the trial.
Sixteen people, mostly low-level dealers, were arrested during a federal drug investigation in Anne Arundel.
The judge in Lamar Owens' court martial case accused the prosectution of having "weak facts" and "anemic witnesses."
Memphis news anchor Ron Meroney surrendered to Maryland authorities on Wednesday on a 1974 charge of statuatory rape.
Loans for security cameras are being made to five Baltimore County shopping centers to help them be compliant with laws passed in the wake of William A. Bassett's murder at Towson Town Center.
Shucks. No more college nights at the Iguana Cantina. Now where can we go to watch drunk 18-year-olds make complete asses of themselves?
And in today's Blotter, we have two people arrested for two separate shootings, a 20-year-old woman shot in Brooklyn, a 19-year-old beaten with brass knuckles, a 43-year-old robbed at gunpoint, and a stolen Dodge.