Malcolm Pulliam, 34, has been convicted of shooting the owner of the Blessed Productions Hair Salon in the head.
A fantastic story about the BGF over at City Paper. It's a sort of Coup de grâce to their ongoing series of highly interesting a well written pieces regarding the 2009 and 2010 federal indictments. A really interesting side note from the article is the very prominent evidence dolled out against former Morgan State basketball store Noel Liverpool and "reformed" drug king pin and "The Wire" actor Melvin "Little Melvin" Williams in reference to their being major drug dealers. A good read all around.
A massive cat fight broke out on Belair Road, leading to the police breaking out the pepper spray.
Creepy "mentor" Charles Douglas Shelly, 45, has been busted for molesting a 13-year-old girl.
A woman got carjacked on Hamilton Ave. Friday night.
A former police chief is suing the department due to a lack of support with his post traumatic stress disorder after shooting a young man to death in 2005.*
The owner of Majestic Auto Repair took the stand during the kickback trial of officers Samuel Ocasio and Kelvin Manrich.*
A two alarm fire broke out on the 16th floor of the Westminster house.
Towson parking attendant Timothy Bartholomew died after apparently falling 5 feet in a bizarre accident.
More car related problems in Towson, this time an 18-year-old was hit by a car in Stevenson Lane.
The death of Edgewood home invader Joseph Breckenridge, 53, has been ruled a homicide. Despite that, the homeowner and his neighbor responsible for Breckenridge's death will not face any charges.
Thrice convicted drug dealer Calvin Kenon will spend the next 11 years in federal prison.