Judge Schedules Pretrial Hearing in Freddie Gray CasesA judge in Baltimore is scheduling a two-day pretrial motion hearing next week in the cases of six police officers charged in connection with the death of Freddie Gray, who was injured in police custody.
Baltimore to Pay $95K to Settle Police Van 'Rough Ride' CaseBaltimore is expected to pay $95,000 to settle a federal lawsuit over an alleged "rough ride" in a police van.
DNA Matches Lead to Man Being Charged in 2 Cold Case RapesBaltimore Police say DNA matches have led to a man being charged in two rapes that occurred in 2012 and 2014.
Supreme Court Reinstates Former Officer's Murder ConvictionThe Supreme Court has reinstated the murder conviction of a former Baltimore police sergeant who killed his girlfriend in 1993.
Man Charged With Murder in Death of 5-Month-Old DaughterA 23-year-old Baltimore man has been charged in the death of his 5-month-old daughter, police say.
Former Baltimore Prosecutor and Officer Indicted for TheftA former Baltimore prosecutor and a police officer have been charged with theft and misconduct in office stemming from a scheme involving fraudulent overtime slips.
Trials Set for Six Officers Charged in Freddie Gray CaseA judge has set the trials for the six Baltimore officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray, a black man who died after suffering injuries in police custody.
Police: Man Who Refuses to Show His Hands is Shot in the LegA Baltimore police officer shot a man in the leg Monday night after the man repeatedly refused commands to show his hands, a department spokesman said.
Police Investigating After Officer Shoots Dog During CallAuthorities say a police officer shot a dog during a call to home in Baltimore.
Baltimore Police Nab Serial RapistBaltimore police have arrested a man they say raped four women over the course of two years.
Baltimore Officer Charged With Assaulting Restrained InmateA Baltimore police officer is facing criminal charges stemming from 2014 when he was accused of choking a restrained inmate, according to a department spokesman.
Mistrial Declared in Case of Baltimore Officer Who Was ShotRuling that police had failed to turn over evidence to the defense, a Baltimore judge has declared a mistrial for a man accused of shooting an off-duty officer.