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WOODLAWN, Md. — An early morning crash involving a skateboarder and a police cruiser is under investigation in Baltimore County on Thursday.

Baltimore County Police say one of their officers was driving southbound on Whitehead Road near Whitestone Road in route to a call for service around 3:50 a.m. when they hit someone. The officer reportedly hit a 31-year-old man who was traveling the wrong direction in the same lane as the officer on a skateboard.

The man suffered life-threatening injuries from the crash and was transported to Shock Trauma for treatment. The officer was not injured.

The Baltimore County Police Crash Investigation Team is investigating to determine all factors involved in this crash.

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BALTIMORE —
Baltimore police announced on Wednesday a major drug bust, a first for the newly formed Major Case Squad aimed at getting violent offenders off the streets.City police said its Major Case Squad broke up the Black Magic drug gang that was operating in what police said is one of Baltimore's most violent neighborhoods. Police said the bust comes thanks to members of the community who provided helpful information.Interim Baltimore Police Commissioner Gary Tuggle said the takedown of the Black Magic drug-trafficking operation resulted from a more than four-month operation.
"Cases like this should send a message that we cannot and will not allow people to carry illegal guns and pedal poison in our city," Tuggle said.
Police said the group, led by Antonio "Tone" Johnson and Devon "Cheese" Jones, operated in the 2400 block of Woodbrook Avenue near the intersection of North and Pennsylvania avenues, one of the most violent neighborhoods in the city.In all, 11 people were charged and/or arrested and police confiscated seven illegal firearms, $16,000 in cash, 435 gel caps of fentanyl, 100 grams of suspected fentanyl and 460 vials of suspected cocaine, officials said.”Our local drug trade fuels violence and murder in the city, so the ability to stop and to intercept drug activity -- especially the targeting of fentanyl distribution -- is an intra-goal component to tackling violence," Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby said.The city state's attorney is also able to take advantage of new state statutes. The volume dealer statute carries a minimum sentence of five years, and the drug kingpin statute has a 20-year minimum sentence.
Police and the state's attorney also thanked the community, saying they could not have made this bust without them.”We know that these fentanyl distributors are driving violence in the city, and so it's really important for the residents to know that we take this seriously and this is just an example of us doing so," Mosby said.
Police are again asking the public that if they have problems with violent crime and drug activity in their neighborhoods to keep calling and let them know, they said that data is used to make bust.....

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The suspect in a fatal December shooting a Baltimore pub is out on bail, despite a federal drug record.
The shooting of Rodney Beamon Jr. , 32, happened Dec. 21 inside the Blarney Stone Pub in Fells Point.
According to investigators, Phillip West, 48, was identified by witnesses as the shooter. The two men knew each other, investigators said, and had argued before the shooting.West surrendered on Monday. A court commissioner ordered to hold him without bail, typically what happens in murder cases.But at a bail hearing on Tuesday, West's lawyer argued for West to be released and succeeded.
West is co-owner of the Get It Inn 2, in southeast Baltimore, lawyer Kenneth Ravenell argued. It’s important to note that was the bar that was raided the day after the slaying.And while West served time in federal prison, Ravenell said, he's had no arrests the past 10 years.
"There's no suggestion he is someone who presents a danger to anyone else in the community,” said Ravenell. “There's no suggestion there's some ongoing feud.”
Pretrial investigators and the prosecutor handling the bail hearing each recommended no bail.
The judge agreed with West's attorney.”There is no higher crime than that of first-degree murder,” said Judge Michael Studdard. “But counsel is correct: It is not an absolute bar for release if there are other conditions that can assure the public safety. The court will issue a bail of $100,000."It is unusual to see a murder suspect out on bail, but West is not the only case. There are at least two other murder cases in which defendants have been released on bail. One case is in Baltimore County and the other is in Harford County.The judge added GPS home monitoring as a condition of his release. West made bail and was released.Interim Baltimore City Police Commissioner Gary Tuggle, who has publicly criticized judges for treating suspected criminals too lightly, responded.”When we see individuals being let out, and we see that also goes to whether or not there is a deterrent for committing crime, and if there is no deterrent, then people are going to be willing to commit crime,” said Tuggle. Baltimore City Councilman Zeke Cohen expressed outrage on Facebo

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A young man died after being stopped by police. Four months later, no one knows why.In the tiny Eastern Shore town of Greensboro in Caroline County, black residents last year protested the hiring of a white police officer from Delaware who in 2013 had been recorded on his dash cam kicking a black man in the jaw as he lay handcuffed on the ground. Despite a large turnout and opposition at a town meeting, the Greensboro Town Council ignored their concerns and put the officer on the four-man force.A few months later, the residents’ worst fears seemed to be realized. Anton Black, a 19-year-old African American who was a former high school track and football star, budding actor and fashion model, died during an encounter with three white officers. One of them was Tom Webster IV, the new hire from Delaware.At a Town Council meeting in Greensboro last week, an overflow crowd of concerned residents showed up again, this time seeking to break through a wall of silence that has surrounded the case since Anton’s death in September.
Greensboro police issued a news release after Anton’s death. It said police received a call about a man “dragging an unidentified 12 year-old down a street.” When police responded, Anton told police the two were brothers, the report states. Police later confirmed they were not brothers.Anton ran from police, and after they caught up with him, the report says, police Tasered him after he bit two officers and struck another in the face. Moments later, police say, Anton “began showing signs of medical distress. Officers administered Narcan and CPR. Anton later died at a nearby hospital.”
No police officer has been charged in connection with Anton’s death, and no cause of death has been determined.
Greensboro officials say that Maryland State Police are investigating and that the Caroline County state’s attorney will decide who or what was responsible for his death.So far, there hasn’t been a medical examiner’s report. At last week’s council meeting, Anton’s family asked why a report had not been completed in four months. Continue ⬇️⬇️ #antonblack

BALTIMORE (WBFF) Baltimore Police say that a 16-year-old girl has been reported missing in the city.

According to authorities, Shaqaja Johnson, went missing on January 2. Johnson was last seen wearing her school uniform, which is blue khaki pants with a yellow bottom oxford shirt, at Coppin Academy High School.

She is five foot, six inches, 120 pounds, with brown eyes and black hair. She is reportedly a vulnerable teen.

Anyone with information is asked to call 410-396-2444.

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BALTIMORE (WBFF) - Baltimore Police say that a man is dead after a shooting took place in southwest Baltimore's Edgewood neighborhood, on Tuesday.

According to authorities, around 5:00 p.m., officers were called to the 700 block of North Grantley Street, for a shooting. When officers arrived, they found a man with gunshot wounds to his body.

The victim was pronounced dead on the scene. Anyone with information is asked to call homicide detectives at 410-396-2100 or Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7LOCKUP.

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