This week’s count extends a day and is published late because of the holiday. Baltimore went five days without a murder last week, while police made four murder arrests and three arrests for attempted murder.
A police officer shot a man who had allegedly broke into a person’s house and assaulted them with a pipe, and a man was found dead on the campus of Morgan State University, but foul play was not suspected.
Over the Labor Day Weekend there were three separate triple-shootings, during which two people were murdered. There were a total of 17 non-fatal shootings with 24 victims between Aug. 28 and Sept. 7.
A non-fatal shooting from 2012 was upgraded to murder and...