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Peter Hermann

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  • Mayor's adviser on crime resigning in June

    Mayor's adviser on crime resigning in June
    Top City Hall official Sheryl Goldstein, who served as a liaison between the mayor's office and the Baltimore Police Department, plans to resign next month — a decision she made public hours after Police Commissioner Frederick H. Bealefeld III...
  • Police detail break-in at Waverly YMCA

    Four young men broke into the Stadium Place YMCA in Waverly early Tuesday and stole a 60-inch television, a portable oxygen tank and food, and also damaged a vending and bank machine, Baltimore police said Wednesday. A spokeswoman for the YMCA of Central...
  • Some feel city covered up extent of St. Patrick's Day violence

    Some feel city covered up extent of St. Patrick's Day violence
    On Saturday night, Denise Kostka and her husband, disturbed by loud voices, peered out from their eighth-floor room in the Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel and saw at least 100 teens massing on the street below. "I never saw anything like that,...
  • The St. Patrick's Day brawl

    The St. Patrick's Day brawl
    New details of the Baltimore police response to a particularly large, unruly and violent crowd of youths downtown over theSt. Patrick's Dayweekend not only raise the question of whether the department has the resources it needs to anticipate and respond...
  • Mayor calls St. Patrick's Day violence a "black eye" for city as police ramp up summer deployment

    Mayor calls St. Patrick's Day violence a "black eye" for city as police ramp up summer deployment
    Visitors to Baltimore's downtown on summer weekends will see up to 50 additional police officers, a show of force aimed at preventing a repeat of St. Patrick's Day, when hundreds of youths battled and a tourist was beaten — scenes the mayor...
  • Some merchants wary about crime, others optimistic along Greenmount Avenue

    Some merchants wary about crime, others optimistic along Greenmount Avenue
    The owner of a dress shop is so fearful of crime along Greenmount Avenue in Waverly that she keeps the door locked even when her shop is open. The man who runs a discount store a block away feels it is safe enough to stroll the avenue with his three young...
  • Mayor calls Occupy Baltimore eviction 'respectful'

    Mayor calls Occupy Baltimore eviction 'respectful'
    The eviction of Occupy Baltimore protesters from a park near the Inner Harbor was carried out "in a respectful way," Baltimore's mayor said this morning, adding that she was pleased there were no injuries or arrests. "It certainly wasn't going to go on...
  • NSA says classified information found on seized hard drives

    NSA says classified information found on seized hard drives
    The National Security Agency says it found top-secret information on hard drives that were seized in a failed espionage probe, and the agency is refusing to release the computers — despite the continued protests of their owners. In court filings in...
  • Despite holdup outside Petit Louis, Roland Park crime pales with other neighborhoods

    Despite holdup outside Petit Louis, Roland Park crime pales with other neighborhoods
    Two women who had just had dinner robbed by a man who implied he had a gun outside a French bistro in Roland Park. Police swarm the neighborhood. Baltimore's top cop calls the victims directly and orders a commander to visit the restaurant to calm fears....
  • Baltimore police told not to stop people taking photos or video of their actions

    Baltimore police officers may not "prevent or prohibit" people from taking photographs or video of crime scenes and other law enforcement activities that are in public view, according to a department-wide directive made public Friday. The new rules...
  • Mystery cloaks death of teen who 'had a life ahead of him'

    Mystery cloaks death of teen who 'had a life ahead of him'
    It didn't happen often, but sometimes a student - usually a boy - would poke fun at Jason Mattison Jr. About his skin-tight jeans and funky sweaters. About his boisterous voice that seemed to run nonstop. About his exuberance in recounting the most...