Baltimore/ Crime & Emergencies
Published on September 20, 2019
Top Baltimore crime news: Man fatally shot in east, another shot in the hand in Forest Park; morePhoto: iStock

Read on for the top crime and emergency news you may have missed in Baltimore.

Baltimore police win federal grant to trace illegal guns and bullets used in street crime

The Baltimore Police Department has won more than $3 million in federal grant money to better trace the guns and bullets in street crimes and to enhance record keeping online.

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Man fatally shot in East Baltimore, another shot in the hand during struggle in Forest Park neighborhood

Police say a 26-year-old man died Thursday after he was shot in the Broadway East neighborhood of East Baltimore.

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Baltimore County Police investigating after suspect fires at 1 person near MTA bus stop

Baltimore County Police are investigating an incident involving a suspect who fired shots at a person near an MTA bus stop Thursday morning.

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Baltimore County Police release body video of interaction between officer, Patterson High principal

Baltimore County Police released portions of body-worn camera video of an interaction between an officer and a citizen in July.

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Baltimore Police searching for missing 59-year-old man

Police in Baltimore need your help in locating a missing 59-year-old man.

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