August 8, 2014
Baltimore police charged and arrested a man for a murder that took place in January. Juliun Jones-Joyner, 21, was charged with murder, assault and handgun charges for shooting and killing Jonathan Terry, 28, on January 6 in the 3600 block of Liberty Heights. Prior to his arrest, Jones-Joyner had been wanted for the shooting and homicide investigators worked with community members to identify him as responsible for the shooting, according to police. Jones-Joyner is currently being held at the Baltimore City Central Booking and Intake Facility.
April 20, 2013
I am shocked and saddened that a newspaper would classify the horrific acts that this man has been accused of doing as an example of "medical malpractice, lax government regulation and dearth of decent health care" ("Kermit Gosnell and the 'liberal media,'" April 16). Really, that's all you can say? You think that is what the "heart of the case" is here? Not the lives of the unborn? What is at the heart of the case is murder plain and simple, and none of the other things you listed concern me one whit when talking about the murder of innocent children.
May 10, 2010
Imagine a world where people drank tea or water or an occasional glass of wine…. Where teenagers, college students and their elders went out for dinner or conversation instead of going "out to drink…" Where drivers were sober and dates weren't passed out, not even knowing they were being raped…. Where jealousies might incite passions but wouldn't be fueled into murderous rages by alcohol… Will people ever learn to avoid drinking and its frequent escalation into being drunk, irresponsible, dangerous, unconscious, dead?
September 15, 2014
This week on Crime Scene Matt Jablow looks at the murder of a young man who was a leader in the classroom and on the lacrosse field at the Community College of Baltimore County in Catonsville. Devin Cook, 20, was shot down in Baltimore's Park Heights neighborhood this past July after giving some teammates a ride home after practice. Police are still looking for clues to the identify of the killer.
September 22, 2014
This week in Crime Scene Matt Jablow recalls the murder of Christopher Elser. Elser was a popular student and athlete at Johns Hopkins University in April 2004 when he was stabbed to death in his fraternity house room. It was around 6 in the morning on April 17. A man entered an unlocked door in the fraternity house and was stealing a computer from Elser's room when Christopher woke up and confronted him. Elser was stabbed several times and...
October 8, 2010
The jury has returned guilty verdicts on all counts against Jerome Williams, 17, and Charles McGaney, 22, two of three men who were on trial for the murder of former Baltimore City Councilman Kenneth N. Harris. A third defendant, Gary Collins, 22, was found not guilty of murder, but was found guilty of assault and weapons charges. More to come...