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Past articles by Alex:

‘This isn’t my first body’: Baltimore man sentenced to life for murder conspiracy

A Baltimore Circuit Court judge on Thursday sentenced 23-year-old Jeremiah Tehohney to life in prison for a 2020 fatal shooting, saying he was dismayed by Tehohney's bragging about having killed before in jail calls. → Read More

State spending board to consider $7M settlement for man disabled in since-closed Baltimore jail

Maryland’s spending board will consider next week whether to approve a $7 million settlement for a federal lawsuit claiming corruption within a since-closed Baltimore jail enabled the brutal beating of an inmate awaiting trial there in 2014. → Read More

DNA on water bottle helps Baltimore police, prosecutors secure murder conviction

DNA left on a water bottle helped Baltimore prosecutors secure a conviction in the 2021 fatal shooting of Ronald White, in the city's Carrollton Ridge neighborhood. → Read More

Clarence M. Mitchell Jr. courthouse evacuated for fire, Baltimore officials say

An exterior fire at one of Baltimore’s Circuit Court buildings Tuesday morning led to its evacuation, halting court proceedings for the day in that courthouse, officials said. → Read More

19-year-old testifies altercation preceded his fatal shooting of Baltimore Police captain’s husband

Sahiou Kargbo testified Friday that he fatally shot a Baltimore Police captain's husband after an altercation began. → Read More

Trial of teen accused of killing husband of Baltimore Police lieutenant slated to begin

The trial of the teen accused of killing James Blue III is slated to begin in earnest Tuesday, almost exactly a year after the 43-year-old husband of a Baltimore Police lieutenant was gunned down outside of a home he was fixing up in Northeast Baltimore. → Read More

Baltimore man pleads guilty to killing two people in consecutive days in 2021, gets life in prison

A Baltimore man on Wednesday admitted fatally shooting a man and a woman on consecutive days in May 2021, and was sentenced to life in prison. → Read More

Adnan Syed case: Attorneys for Hae Min Lee’s brother escalate allegations ahead of oral arguments in appeal

Baltimore prosecutors and a city judge collaborated behind closed doors to “choreograph” the hearing where Adnan Syed’s conviction stemming from the killing of Hae Min Lee was overturned, attorneys representing her brother in an appeal seeking to restore his conviction have alleged. → Read More

A man served 34 years for killing another teen. Now he mentors Baltimore youth to avoid his mistakes.

Earl Young was convicted of murder and sentenced to prison at 17. He came home after 34 years behind bars, and has dedicated his life to counseling Baltimore youth to avoid his mistakes. → Read More

Hogan pardons Walter Lomax, who was wrongfully convicted, imprisoned for decades

In one of his final acts as Maryland’s governor last week, Larry Hogan pardoned a man whose quest to be compensated for decades of unjust imprisonment led the state to establish guidelines for paying back those wrongfully convicted. → Read More

Man pleads guilty to fatally stabbing Evelyn Player at her East Baltimore church

A Baltimore man pleaded guilty Monday to fatally stabbing 69-year-old Evelyn Player at her East Baltimore church in November 2021. → Read More

Outgoing Gov. Larry Hogan pardons John Norman Huffington in Maryland’s infamous ‘Memorial Day Murders’

Outgoing Gov. Larry Hogan has declared John Huffington innocent of a 1981 double murder in Harford County. → Read More

Prosecutors: Marilyn Mosby’s net worth tripled when she claimed COVID-19 hardship

By the government’s accounting, Marilyn Mosby’s net worth tripled from the end of 2019 to the end of 2020. → Read More

Maryland Supreme Court postpones decision on proposed rule to curtail public access to criminal case recordings

The Supreme Court of Maryland on Friday delayed a decision on a proposal to prevent the public from getting recordings of criminal court proceedings in the state, citing a late wave of opposition to the proposal from the press, public and lawyers across the state. → Read More

Woman sues Baltimore’s National Federation of the Blind, alleging sexual assault, pattern of perpetuating abuse

A blind woman was repeatedly sexually assaulted as a minor while participating in a program of the National Federation of the Blind, headquartered in Baltimore, whose leadership perpetuated a culture of covering up abuse, the woman claimed in a lawsuit filed Friday. → Read More

Ivan Bates sworn in as Baltimore State’s Attorney

Ivan Bates was taken to the hospital for dehydration, “out of an abundance of caution,” Tuesday morning before he was sworn in for Baltimore state's attorney, a spokesman said. → Read More

Maryland public defenders vote to join largest state worker union

Maryland’s public defenders on Tuesday voted to join the largest union for state government employees, more than two years after launching a unionization push. → Read More

Former Baltimore homicide prosecutor pleads guilty to stalking former romantic partners

A former Baltimore homicide prosecutor pleaded guilty in federal court Friday, admitting he used his law enforcement authority to stalk former romantic partners. → Read More

Leader of Baltimore’s Eight Tray Gangster Crips crew sentenced to 37 years in federal prison

The leader of a violent faction of the Crips gang in Baltimore, who himself admitted killing three people, has been sentenced to 37 years in federal prison. → Read More

Under the microscope: Maryland high court considers limiting ballistics evidence used to link guns to shootings

Maryland’s highest court is considering whether experts should be allowed to testify that a specific gun fired a specific bullet — or should be limited to saying only that the gun can't be ruled out as having fired the projectile in question. → Read More