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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 Police investigating inflammatory sign in department van

    Baltimore Police investigating inflammatory sign in department van
    The Baltimore Police Department is investigating the placement of an inflammatory sign on the inside door of a transport van. The sign, which reads in big, blue block letters: "Enjoy your ride, 'cuz we sure will," was spotted posted on the inside of a...

    'Enjoy The Ride'? On the case of the provocative paddy wagon sign (UPDATED)

    'Enjoy The Ride'? On the case of the provocative paddy wagon sign (UPDATED)
    The words on the back door of the Baltimore Police paddy wagon read: "Enjoy your ride cuz we sure will!" A photo depicting the sign went up on Angelina Novak's Facebook page a little after 3 p.m. Tuesday. "YES IT IS REAL," Novak wrote in the introduction....

    Trove of evidence turned over in case of Freddie Gray death

    Prosecutors have turned over a massive trove of medical records, emails and other evidence to attorneys representing six officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray, the first public glimpse of the threads the state is using to weave together its case....

    After Freddie Gray death, cop-watchers film police to prevent misconduct

    After Freddie Gray death, cop-watchers film police to prevent misconduct
    On a sultry West Baltimore night, six police officers walked down a concrete courtyard of Gilmor Homes — while self-styled "cop-watcher" David Whitt held up his camera and pushed the record button. One officer confronted him, asking, "Do you...