Three people have been arrested in the stabbing death of Baltimore stylist Damon Jennings. According to Maryland State Police, Jennings knew the three individuals through their mutual involvement in an event promotion business.
Jennings' clothed body was transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Baltimore to determine cause of death.
Baltimore Police say Damon Jennings was last seen leaving a restaurant in Baltimore County at around 11 p.m. on Oct. 16.
A Maryland couple has accused police officers of tampering with evidence of their alleged unlawful arrest last year. Juley Harris (popularly known as local artist DC Prophitt) and his girlfriend Shanita Simms pulled into a gas station in December 2014 and were later approached by a Charles County police officer, PINAC (Photography Isn’t A Crime) reports. The […]
A Maryland woman’s death after a botched butt surgery in a New York basement has been labeled a homicide, The New York Daily News reports. Kelly Mayhew, 34, died in June after traveling to Queens to enhance her buttocks. Mayhew, a freelancer for BET, had a total of five procedures before her fatal encounter with […]
Romechia Simms, the Maryland mother who was found pushing her dead son on a swing for two days earlier this year, has been charged with manslaughter and first-degree child abuse, BuzzFeed reports. Ji’Aire Donnell Lee‘s death was declared a homicide in July, after a medical examiner cited the 3-year-old’s cause of death as dehydration and hypothermia. […]
Carlos Anthony Hollins was arrested for sending out a tweet threatening to kill all of the White people in his town of La Plata, Maryland.
Calvin Allen Young faces 2 opponents who have led the city, but the 27-year-old political newcomer told NewsOne why he should win anyway.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) has allowed the housing secretary to keep his job after profiling low-income residents and accusing them of deliberately poisoning their children to score free rent. The governor had a “direct” talk with Secretary Kenneth C. Holt, Maryland Secretary of the Department of Housing and Community Development, about the disparaging comments he […]
Last March, a pregnant woman was about to head to the hospital to deliver her baby, when two men began pointing guns at her before
For the second time in less than a month, a “Black Lives Matter” sign was vandalized outside of a church in Maryland. The River Road Unitarian Universalist Congregation has made an effort to educate themselves and their neighbors on the movement to end state violence in Black communities. The town, which is predominately White, says the sign was meant to be […]
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