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Baltimore IG asks to waive privacy, make meeting about her office fully open

Baltimore's Inspector General is calling on her office's advisory board to fully open its next meeting to the public as she plans to waive her rights to privacy and confidentiality during her review process. In a letter sent to members of the board this week, Inspector General Isabel Mercedes Cumming said she's waiving her rights in the interest of her office's commitment to "transparency and… → Read More

CAPTURED | Allen Griffin, one of Maryland's Most Wanted, arrested thanks to viewer tips

A Baltimore man wanted on drug dealing and trafficking charges was recently arrested in Georgia thanks to tips from FOX45 News viewers, according to the U. S. Marshals Service. Back in June, Allen Griffin was placed on the Maryland's Most Wanted list after being on the run for three years. → Read More

"There's a complete breakdown" | Experts believe justice, school system are failing teens

The issue of teenagers and children in Baltimore City falling into a cycle of criminal activity is leading to new questions about how the system is failing the city's youth. This week, a Baltimore City teenager was charged in a crime spree in Baltimore County and court documents showed it wasn't his first run-in with the law. Zaron Elzey, 19, is facing multiple charges including felony… → Read More

Maryland's Most Wanted | Eric Floyd, second suspect accused in brazen home invasion

A Maryland man accused of committing a home invasion along side one of his friends, is the subject of this week's Maryland's Most Wanted. According to the U. S. Marshals Service, 21-year-old Eric Floyd has been on the run for nearly 10 months and should be considered armed and dangerous. Floyd is accused of teaming up with his friend Rmani Lindo and then driving from Maryland to a home in… → Read More

Inspector General Advisory Board expected to hold 3rd meeting, mostly closed to public

Baltimore's Inspector General Advisory Board will hold its third meeting since its inception Wednesday but the public will likely not know most of what is discussed. According to the board's agenda, the 6 person panel will being the meeting by voting to go behind closed doors. While Maryland's Open Meetings Actdoes allow for closed meetings when discussing certain personnel matters, tax payer… → Read More

BLOODY BALTIMORE | Violence barely slowing as we near end of 2021

One of Brandon Scott’s biggest priorities, both as a candidate and as mayor, is to reduce crime. "As Baltimore's next Mayor I assure you that I will set high goals and work diligently to achieve them," said then-candidate Scott when he released his crime plan in January of 2020. One of those main goals was to reduce homicides and violence in Baltimore. → Read More

Maryland's Most Wanted | Man accused of 'revenge' home invasion may have fled to Florida

A man with Baltimore ties, accused of committing a home invasion at the home of an ex-girlfriend, is the subject of this week's Maryland's Most Wanted. According to the U. S. Marshals Service, 20-year-old Rmani Lindo has been on the run for nearly 10 months and should be considered armed and dangerous. Lindo is accused of traveling from Maryland to a home in Chesterfield, VA back in January and… → Read More

Baltimore City Ethic Board releases first annual report since 2014

For the first time in seven years, Baltimore City's Board of Ethics has released an annual reporthighlighting its investigations over the past year and the city's compliance with ethics law. ALSO READ |Baltimore loses nearly $500k from auction contractor who didn't give money to the cityThe report, which was released Monday, comes as a major step forward for accountability in a city where issues… → Read More

Who's responsible for stopping open-air drug dealing in Baltimore?

Open-air drug dealing has been an all too common issue in Baltimore for years. Corners in neighborhoods across the city open for business, as those living among it feel trapped in their own homes. "We can't get no rest, because they're out dealing drugs every day, all day," one west Baltimore resident, who wanted to remain anonymous over safety concerns, recently told Operation Crime & Justice.… → Read More

2020 brought largest spike in homicides since 1968 in U.S., FBI data shows

New data released by the F. B. I. shows 2020 had the largest rise in homicides in the United States in at least 60 years. The data, which was first reported by the New York Times, shows a 29% spike in homicides in 2020. That's the largest single-year increase since that data started being tracked in 1960. Previously, the largest single-year increase was in 1968 when there was a 12%+ increase in… → Read More

FIFA delegation tours Baltimore as city pushes bid for 2026 World Cup

Baltimore's bid to be a host city for the 2026 World Cup heats up this week, as a delegation of officials from FIFA (International Federation of Association Football) begin their tour of the city and its facilities. Baltimore is one of 17 cities in the U. S. currently vying to host at least a few matches during the World Cup. RELATED | FIFA Visits Baltimore Before 2026 World Cup Hosting… → Read More

String of ATM smash and grabs impact Baltimore businesses, few arrests

A string of smash and grab ATM thefts have sent a shockwave through Baltimore's business community. It's a trend the city has seen before, but one police have seemingly been unable to stop so far. The latest ATM theft happened Tuesday at the 7-Eleven on Thames Street in Fells Point. The property manager for the building says surveillance footage shows a back into the front of the building at… → Read More

Baltimore defense attorney announces run for City State's Attorney

The primary for Baltimore City State's Attorney may not be until next summer, but the race is already heating up. This week, a former prosecutor in the State's Attorney's Office and current defense attorney has thrown her hat into the ring to try and unseat Marilyn Mosby. Roya Hanna worked as an Assistant State’s Attorney in Baltimore for 12 years, trying cases involving homicides, drugs and… → Read More

Maryland's Most Wanted | Thomas Bruce, accused of arson

A Baltimore man accused of setting fire to his own home and then taking off, is the subject of this week's Maryland's Most Wanted. According to the U. S. Marshals Service, 32-year-old Thomas Bruce has been on the run for more than nine months and may not even know that he's wanted. Investigators say back in December of 2020, Bruce allegedly set fire to his house along Baker Street in West… → Read More

CAPTURED | Lorenzo Woodfolk, one of Maryland's Most Wanted, turns self in

Less than a week after being placed on the Maryland's Most Wanted list, a man accused of robbing two men at gunpoint has turned himself in to the U. S. Marshals Service. According to The Marshals, 34-year-old Lorenzo Woodfolk had been on the run for nearly 5 months and turned himself in to law enforcement on an open warrant last week. MOST WANTED |Paul Krause, convicted sex offender. The… → Read More

EXCLUSIVE | Video shows smash and grab ATM theft at Baltimore 7-Eleven

New video obtained by FOX45 News shows a group of brazen thieves strategically stealing an ATM from a Baltimore convenience store after smashing a van right through the front doors. According to police, the theft happened around 5 a. m. Thursday morning at the 7-Eleven along Falls Rd in Hampden. Surveillance footage from the store shows a dark-colored van pull into the parking lot and then drive… → Read More

Upwards of $40 million in revenue expected for Baltimore region from BMW Championship

As the BMW Championship gets underway this week at Caves Valley Golf Club, it's expected to have a major economic impact on the Baltimore region. Caption: Upwards of $40 million in revenue expected for Baltimore region from BMW Championship The tournament is the first major PGA event to come to the area in more than a half-century and will bring in a world audience. → Read More

As BMW Championship gets underway, security will be top priority

A large field of pro golfers from across the globe will descend on the Baltimore region this week as the BWM Championship gets underway, leading to a new focus on security ahead of the tournament. Caption: As BMW Championship gets underway, security will be top priority The PGA event is the first to come to the Baltimore area in more than 60 years and comes at a time when the city itself is… → Read More

Maryland's Most Wanted | Lorenzo Woodfolk, accused of robbing two men at gunpoint

A Baltimore man, accused of robbing two men at gunpoint during a drug deal, is the subject of this week's Maryland's Most Wanted. According to the U. S Marshals Service, 34-year-old Lorenzo Woodfolk has been on the run for nearly 5 months and should be considered armed and dangerous. Investigators say on March 15, 2021, two men were looking to buy drugs in the 1600 block of Pennsylvania Ave when… → Read More

New report finds major issues with meter repair, billing within joint water system

BALTIMORE (WBFF) -- Issues with billing, meter repair and even customer service are just some of the major highlights of a new review of the Baltimore City and County joint water and sewer system. The 300+ pagereport, which was prepared by an independent consultant, was commissioned by Baltimore City and Baltimore County. It comes as the system has been plagued by issues in recent years,… → Read More