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Stephen Pitcairn

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  • Mosby cut into Bernstein's support in white neighborhoods, data suggest

    Mosby cut into Bernstein's support in white neighborhoods, data suggest
    One popular theory of lawyer Marilyn Mosby's upset win over incumbent State's Attorney Gregg Bernstein was that race played a deciding role in the election, helping a political newcomer oust a white prosecutor in a majority-black city. But Baltimore...
  • Hopkins pledges $10 million for neighborhoods

    Hopkins pledges $10 million for neighborhoods
    The Johns Hopkins University pledged Thursday to spend $10 million over the next five years to strengthen and stabilize neighborhoods near its North Baltimore campus. "The interests of our neighbors — safe streets, the elimination of blighted...
  • Latest senseless killing should stir action

    Latest senseless killing should stir action
    This is a sad, sad day for Baltimore. Your story about the utterly senseless, tragic killing of Peter Marvit ("Scientist gunned down in street," Sept. 19) brings us face to face with a reality we are often able to ignore. That reality is that there...
  • Baltimore researcher killing highlights issue of robberies

    Baltimore researcher killing highlights issue of robberies
    An apparent robbery last week claimed the life of a psychology researcher and supporter of Baltimore youth music education, again calling attention to the issue of robberies in the city. After aggravated assaults, robberies are the second-most-...
  • Hearing postponed for woman accused in researcher's death

    Baltimore prosecutors delayed a violation-of-probation hearing Wednesday for Lavelva Merritt, who was charged with murder in the stabbing death of a Johns Hopkins University researcher last year but pleaded guilty only to robbery-related crimes in May...
  • Primary election: Bernstein for Baltimore City state's attorney

    Primary election: Bernstein for Baltimore City state's attorney
    In the Democratic primary race for Baltimore City State's Attorney this year, long-time prosecutor Patricia C. Jessamy is facing her first serious challenge in eight years from Gregg Bernstein, a former federal prosecutor in the Baltimore U.S. Attorney'...
  • Fifteen years is not enough for accomplice in Pitcairn murder

    As completely disheartened and enraged as many of us still are over the senseless, tragic, brutal murder of Stephen Pitcairn last year, this week's article about Lavelva Merritt's trial ("Woman who helped rob Hopkins' Pitcairn sentenced to 15 years," Nov....
  • Wagner, convicted in Stephen Pitcairn killing, files appeal

    John Wagner, who was convicted of murder in the 2010 stabbing death of a Johns Hopkins researcher and sentenced to life in prison, has — as promised — filed appeals in his case. The 38-year-old refused to accept responsibility for the...
  • Man shot in head in Charles Village

    An adult man was reported shot in the head Thursday night on North Calvert Street in Charles Village, according to the Baltimore Police Department. Few details were available this morning, but police said the shooting occurred minutes before 11 p.m....
  • Morgan student fatally shot in Charles Village

    A 22-year-old Morgan State University student was found shot to death inside his Charles Village apartment Thursday night, a killing that police said could be drug-related. The victim was identified as Brandon Hudson, who lived in a first-floor apartment...
  • Update: Shooting in Charles Village a homicide

    A 22-year-old man was found shot to death inside his Charles Village apartment Thursday night, according to a spokesman for the Baltimore Police Department. Police said the body was found by a friend who hadn’t been able to reach the victim for...