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  • Murder Ink 8/12/14

    Murder Ink 8/12/14
      Murders   This Week: 8   This Year: 129 Police arrested four accused murderers last week in four different homicides, and one suspect in an attempted murder, Tyree Woodson, shot himself in the police station bathroom, according to police. Eight people...
  • The Mail 8/12/14

    The Mail 8/12/14
    Logan’s Drive  City Paper’s July 23 column by Thaddeus Logan, “The Hopkins Hustle” (Hey Cabbie), was poignant. God bless cabbie Logan for showing compassion towards that desperate father trying to get his dying baby to the...
  • Johns Hopkins University under investigation for sexual-assault complaint

    Johns Hopkins University under investigation for sexual-assault complaint
    The U.S. Department of Education is investigating Johns Hopkins University for its handling of a sexual-assault complaint, the university announced in a campus-wide email on Tuesday. University officials were notified of the investigation on Friday,...
  • Mainstream Extremism

    Mainstream Extremism
    Anne Arundel County’s Fifth Councilmanic District is the whitest, most-educated, and richest of the county’s seven districts, and its voters lean heavily in favor of Republicans. If that pattern holds true in November’s general...
  • A Break in the Hennessy Heist

    A Break in the Hennessy Heist
    Some of the half-million bucks’ worth of Hennessy VS cognac stolen on March 16 has been recovered. A northeast Baltimore liquor-store owner is charged with stealing less than $1,000 of it, buying liquor from an unauthorized distributor, and...
  • Wandering Eye: The app fad reaches peak stupid, the effects of Hobby Lobby, and juking stats in Chicago

    Wandering Eye: The app fad reaches peak stupid, the effects of Hobby Lobby, and juking stats in Chicago
    Welp, the app fad has reached peak stupid. Online Health News counts two separate smartphone apps that monitor and tally how many times you check your smartphone, apparently with the goal of "creating mindfulness" about how addicted you are to whatever...
  • Wandering Eye: The CDC gets it wrong on e-cigs, more trouble for the B-1, and more

    Wandering Eye: The CDC gets it wrong on e-cigs, more trouble for the B-1, and more
    A Baltimore man filed suit on Sept. 5 against three Baltimore police officers, seeking monetary damages for a strip and anal cavity search he says police performed on him on the sidewalk on the 200 block of North Highland Avenue. As the D.C. Clothesline...
  • A break in the Hennessy Heist: bottles found, man faces five years

    A break in the Hennessy Heist: bottles found, man faces five years
    Some of the half-million bucks worth of Hennessy VS cognac stolen on March 16 has been recovered. A Northeast Baltimore liquor store owner is charged with stealing less than $1,000 of it, buying liquor from an unauthorized distributor, and failing to...
  • Baltimore police missteps prompt dismissal of federal charges in two separate cases

    Baltimore police missteps prompt dismissal of federal charges in two separate cases
    Credibility issues involving Baltimore police officers prompted federal prosecutors to dismiss charges against two men yesterday. The exonerated defendants had been charged in separate cases. One, Kevin T. Jones, was charged and tried earlier this...
  • Murder Ink 9/17/14

    Murder Ink 9/17/14
    Murders This Week: 1 This Year: 151 The city tallied only one homicide over the past seven days during the Star-Spangled Spectacular and the lead-up to it. There were nine non-fatal shootings reported by police as well as a police shooting. By this date...
  • Wandering Eye: Do Buddha statues prevent crime?, the Ebola pandemic, and cracking down on public art

    Wandering Eye: Do Buddha statues prevent crime?, the Ebola pandemic, and cracking down on public art
    San Francisco Chronicle columnist Chip Johnson has a story about how a crime-ridden block in Oakland, since 2009, when a resident placed a Buddha statue in a median strip there, has seen a precipitous decline in crime. "People stopped dumping garbage....
  • O Say Can You Scream?: The many absurdities of the city code surrounding "The Star-Spangled Banner"

    O Say Can You Scream?: The many absurdities of the city code surrounding "The Star-Spangled Banner"
    What with all this Star-Spangled hoo-hah going on here in The City With The Dawn's Early Light, we just happened to be skimming through "ARTICLE 19 POLICE ORDINANCES (As Last Amended by Ord. 14-231)," published by the Baltimore City Department of...