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  • No impunity for rioters who committed crimes, authorities say

    No impunity for rioters who committed crimes, authorities say
    More than two months after Baltimore erupted in rioting, teams of police and federal investigators are still combing evidence in a hunt for those responsible for the destruction and looting.
  • Baltimore transportation official sentenced to year in prison on bribery charges

    Baltimore transportation official sentenced to year in prison on bribery charges
    A former city transportation official who ran the Charm City Circulator and water taxi programs was sentenced Tuesday to a year and a day in prison on charges he took $90,000 in bribes. Barry Stephen Robinson, 65, of Accokeek, pleaded guilty in December...

    No charges in deadly NSA gate shooting

    No charges in deadly NSA gate shooting
    The FBI has closed its investigation into the deadly shooting at an entrance to the National Security Agency in March, officials said, and federal prosecutors have declined to bring charges against anyone involved. Investigators said two men drove a...

    2 men sentenced to more than 100 years in killing of witness

    2 men sentenced to more than 100 years in killing of witness
    A Baltimore County judge sentenced two men to more than 100 years each for their roles in the 2011 murder of a witness. Circuit Judge Susan Souder handed down a 115-year sentence Thursday to Clifford Carroll Butler, 24, and a 140-year sentence to...

    Man who allegedly had gun after Baltimore riots indicted

    A man has been indicted on a weapons charge connected to a foot chase with police days after riots rocked Baltimore, as tensions were still running high and a large police presence remained in the worst-hit neighborhood. In a news release announcing a...