Saturday, May 7, 2011

Hopkins students mowed down

Benjamin Zucker and Rachel Cohen were struck at St Paul & 33rd, are both expected to live.

Friday, May 6, 2011

Thursday, May 5, 2011

It's Midwife day, hon

It's international midwife day, and birth activists from Baltimore and elsewhere are driving down en masse to the Alexandria courthouse this morning to support locally based midwife Karen Carr during motions of her manslaughter trial.
UPDATE: says ‎In Service to Women (Legal Defense Fund for Karen Carr, CPM):
"Today Karen Carr, CPM worked out a plea deal. She will have no jail time after already serving 6 days upon her arrest a few weeks ago. However, she has many fines to pay including the prosecution's costs. Please continue to help us with donations. We will give a total cost update soon. Thank you for your support."

An uptick in violent stabbings, including two fatal last week of 16 total stabbing fatalities so far this year.

Bernstein's first city case a 66.6% victory

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Tuesday Roundup

Guilty pleas for the major leaders of the BGF in
Federal court the other day.

Two of the three Baltimore police officers charged with kidnapping and flase imprisonment are convicted...of misconduct.

Keep an eye out for Josetta Hill, a city woman wanted for a 2008 double homicide.

Police arrest James Cureton, 21 in the killing of innocent civilian Tanise Ervin back in March.

A teen in Hagerstown is sentenced for his part in a tragic shooting of
a toddler.

A bizarre case is unfolding in Jessup as a man, Identified as
26-year-old Najib Malik Abdullah is found dead in home next to his 5-year-old son.

Police academy shake-up?

Looks like the BDP is re-organizing the police academy.