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By Justin George, The Baltimore Sun | March 4, 2013
Baltimore police moved Monday to increase foot patrols over the next month and conduct street sweeps of violent fugitives after a weekend that saw six people killed and continued a violent start to 2013. Baltimore has recorded 35 homicides this year, a 40 percent increase over the same period in 2012. The spike made for the deadliest January and February in the city in four years. The increase has been particularly alarming to residents of West Baltimore, which has been the scene of 11 killings since Jan. 1. Two men were killed within five blocks of each other there Saturday and Sunday.
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By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | February 20, 2013
Facing first-degree murder and other charges stemming from a fatal shooting Dec. 12, Clarence Eugene Johnson III of Annapolis turned himself in Wednesday to the law enforcement officials, Annapolis police said. Police responded to a report of a shooting at a home in the 1400 block of Tyler Avenue around 9:20 p.m. Joseph Johnson III , 33, of Brooklyn - no relation to Clarence Johnson - had been shot and killed. Jana Jackson, 31, was seriously wounded. Police had issued a warrant for Clarence Johnson in connection to the case, and his attorney said Tuesday that his client maintained his innocence.
NEWS
December 14, 2012
The premise of the lead anecdote in Sirine Shebaya's op-ed ("Local police, federal law," Dec. 11) is incorrect. The deputies who questioned the referenced Hispanic woman were not acting, and did not purport to act, pursuant to the Section 287(g) immigration enforcement provisions. The two deputies who were involved in fact knew nothing about Section 287(g). They were simply on routine patrol when they spotted the woman eating a sandwich next to a container storage pod behind a building.
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By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | December 14, 2012
Annapolis police are looking for Clarence Eugene Johnson III, after obtaining a warrant charging him with first-degree murder of a Brooklyn man and the shooting of a woman Wednesday night in Robinwood public housing community in the city. Joseph Louis Johnson III, 33, was killed and Jana Jackson, 31, was critically wounded in the shootings that occurred in the 1400 block of Tyler Ave. Jackson was taken to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center, which she is critical condition, police said.
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By Eileen Ambrose, The Baltimore Sun | December 9, 2012
Harry Dutton Grunwell, a retired Army warrant officer with a talent for linguistics and computers, died Dec. 5 at Howard County General Hospital from complications of multiple sclerosis. The Marriottsville resident was 66. Mr. Grunwell was born in Ogden, Pa., the son of Paul and Bernice Grunwell. He graduated in 1963 from Chichester High School in Pennsylvania, where he was class president his last two years. In his senior year, Mr. Grunwell was voted "most talented" for his skill at the piano and "most dependable," said Norman Guarinello, who became friends with Mr. Grunwell in sixth grade when they competed against each other in sports.
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By Justin George, The Baltimore Sun | December 5, 2012
The mother took several minutes to open the door, and when she did on Wednesday, she told police that her son never came home the night before. "He's not here," she repeatedly told the officers. But he was there, hiding in the basement. The team of Baltimore police sergeants, detectives and officers - all working on a special operation to suppress crime after a spate of shootings in recent weeks - searched the two-story house on the 3500 block of W. Cold Spring Lane and apprehended the suspect.
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | December 4, 2012
New gun charges have been filed against the Baltimore blogger who broadcast his standoff with police online via live radio as they tried to arrest him on an outstanding warrant last week, according to court records and police. Police said they found an unregistered sawed-off shotgun in his home. Frank James MacArthur, 47, a cab driver and prolific social media user who has branded himself as a citizen-journalist and city watchdog through Twitter posts and online radio broadcasts under the name Baltimore Spectator, peacefully turned himself over to police outside his home in the 600 block of McKewin Avenue about 11 p.m. Saturday.
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By Justin Fenton and Andrea K. Walker, The Baltimore Sun | December 2, 2012
A Baltimore blogger wanted on a court-issued warrant refused to come out of his home for hours, broadcasting his discussion with a police negotiator live on the Internet before turning himself in peacefully. Frank James MacArthur, 47, was taken into custody outside his home in the 600 block of McKewin Ave. at about 11 p.m. - timed, he said, for local news stations - after a standoff lasting more than five hours and which involved the department's SWAT team. Police were there to serve a warrant issued in June by his probation agent stemming from a 2009 gun case and another for subsequent failure to appear in court, according to court records, and the situation was ratcheted up after police said MacArthur made threatening statements to officers over social media.
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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | November 2, 2012
A Baltimore City police detective was charged Thursday with lying in a search warrant affidavit to gain entry to a Canton home, then trying to obstruct an ensuing internal affairs investigation. The raid resulting from the affidavit led to the discovery of guns and suspected drugs, police said at the time, and a 39-year-old man was arrested. But the man's lawyer says an analysis came back negative for drugs, and prosecutors were forced to drop the gun charges after the misconduct allegations arose.
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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | November 1, 2012
Seeking to tamp down crime, Baltimore Police arrested 270 people in a five-day warrant initiative targeting suspects being sought in domestic violence and robbery cases.  Another 50 suspects already incarcerated were also served with warrants, officials said.  The warrant sweep took place between Oct. 22 and 26, said spokesman Anthony Guglielmi. Police prioritized warrants for suspects being sought in domestic violence and robbery cases, as well as warrants for suspects with histories of violent crimes.  "The results of this warrant effort are a testament to the hard working men and women  of the Baltimore Police Department who put their lives on the line each day to make this  city safer,” Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts said in a statement.
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