Friday, August 24, 2007

Evening Update

Newly released DOJ statistics show that in 2005, 49 percent of the victims of homicide in the United States were "black," ("blacks" are only 13 percent of the population), and 52 percent of people convicted of murder in the United States are also nero. But chill out, white people: "93 percent of black homicide victims and 85 percent of white victims in single-victim and single-offender homicides were murdered by someone of their [own] race."

"A Baltimore attorney and a mortgage broker have pleaded guilty to charges related to a mortgage scheme in which they helped secure loans for two suspected drug dealers, federal prosecutors said today."

Three crack dealers got the business end of the law's Rod.

Baltimore police have charged two women — Janice Jones, 27, and Dakia Frazier, 23 — with witness intimidation. The brazen bullies drove a witness to the police station to get her to recant her testimony, and then waited for her outside.

At Loch Raven Reservoir, a woman had her car broken into and cell phone stolen, then got carjacked when she asked "a pedestrian" for help.

Quote of the day: "That's what I think of TV news." -- some pervert

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I put this together to give me an idea of where the crime is in Baltimore. Hope it is useful.

Crimebaltimore.com

The Cybrarian said...

Wow, I like your icons!

The Cybrarian said...

I think you'll soon find that's a hobby that will take up most of your life! But I hope you can keep it up!

Anonymous said...

where are you getting your crime info? i hope you dont have to manually input it all, you'll start having nightmares!

HoCoJoe said...

anon,

I still prefer burger's map. Your map will become to cluttered in time, while the single focus of the murder/shooting gives a good representation of where the problem areas are located. Plus he goes state wide for the murders

Anonymous said...

"$200 per pill of Ecstacy" from 'Three Baltimore Drug Dealers..' seems like a bit much. He should have know it was up.