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Bmore:Police comm. says genocide going on

Postby Qdawg » March 2nd, 2007, 2:04 am

Murder in the city continues
Mar 2, 2007

BALTIMORE - Darnell Gaither, 34, was a basketball coach leaving a recreation center where he taught the sport he loved.

Dwight Evans, 32, ran a store in the back of a Madison Street church.

Harold Robinson, 39, was a security guard at Baltimore’s Club International.

Each of these men was fatally shot in February, in and around the places they worked and volunteered. Their deaths were among 17 homicides in Baltimore during that month. The total for the year so far is 45.

Police have solved only three of February’s murders and just nine for the year.

Baltimore police spokesman Matt Jablow said the department’s commanders want to see more closed cases.

“Obviously, we’d like the clearance rate to be higher than it is right now,” he said. “But we’re confident that it will increase to our normal 65 percent clearance rate, which is higher than the national average.”

Jablow added that Baltimore’s homicide detectives this year have solved 11 murders from previous years.

Former Baltimore Police Commissioner Ed Norris said it’s too early in the year to begin worrying about the number of solved homicides.

“In the first two months of the year, it’s not a big deal,” Norris said. “But if that were to keep up, it would be troublesome.”

More concerning, Norris said, is the city’s unabated murder rate in which an average of two people — usually young blacks — are killed every three days.

The city is on pace for 278 homicides for 2007, and each of February’s 17 murder victims was a black male.

“Could you imagine if 300 white kids were killed in this city?” Norris said. “The National Guard would be on every corner. There’s a genocide going on, and everyone’s ignoring it. It’s just disgraceful.”

Calvin Pettigrew, senior pastor at People’s Church of Baltimore, grew up in West Baltimore and has watched the city deteriorate.

“When I lived here it was a completely different environment,” he said. “There was more community, and there was respect for the church, not like today. You felt pretty safe on the streets, and you could go wherever in the dark and feel no hesitation. [Now] you don’t walk the streets at night if you don’t have a knowledge of the area.”

Many have moved out of the city to avoid its increasing violence. Others have chosen to stay and fight back.

Sharon McMahan-Lowe is one of those fighters.

With Walker Gladden, a former drug dealer, McMahan-Lowe counsels about 50 troubled youths at the Rose Street Community Center, which provides job and education opportunities.

McMahan-Lowe’s son, Juan, was 17 when he was shot to death on July 14, 2004.

“What these kids are missing is that positive male role model,” McMahan-Lowe said of the boys she counsels. “They cannot raise themselves. These kids, they never get a hug; they never get any kisses. I hug them.”

On Feb. 8, Gladden and about 30 others from the community center walked from Baltimore to Washington as a part of March Against Murder to raise attention to what Gladden calls an “epidemic” of killing.

“People are killing people, and they don’t even know why,” Gladden said. “Most become aware once they get sentenced to life in prison. Then they ask, ‘How did I get to this point in my life?’ ”

“Education and employment are the two keys to reducing crime in the city,” Gladden said. “If you could get jobs for all the kids who want jobs, you would reduce the violence immediately.”

By the numbers

» February homicide total: 17

» February homicides solved: 3

» 2007 homicide total: 45

» 2007 homicides solved: 9

» 2007 police involved shooting deaths: 1

» Deadliest Day: Feb. 19, with three homicides in a 10-hour time span

» Oldest victim: Desmond Tucker, 52, of Baltimore, who was shot inside the Sugar Hill Tavern Feb. 2

» Youngest victim: Vic Fenner, 17, of Baltimore, who was shot in the face on the corner of Guilford Avenue and 21st Street

» Manner of death: 16 of 17 by gun shots

» Homicide comparisons: New York City reported 51 through Feb. 25; Philadelphia 41; Washington 25

Source: Baltimore City, Philadelphia, Washington and New York police departments

February’s homicide victims

» Feb. 1: Ryan Holliman, 23, of Randallstown, shooting

» Feb. 2: Desmond Tucker, 52, of Baltimore, shooting

» Feb. 8: Darnell Gaither, 34, of Baltimore, shooting

» Feb. 10: Dwight Evans, 32, of Baltimore, shooting

» Feb. 11: Alusine Kamara, 26, of Silver Spring, shooting

» Feb. 11: Harold Robinson, 39, of Baltimore, shooting *

» Feb. 17: George Baskerville, 28, of Baltimore County, shooting

» Feb. 18: David Frasier, 29, of Baltimore, shooting

» Feb. 19: Darnell Cain, 29, of Baltimore, shooting

» Feb. 19: Brian Lessane, 19, of Baltimore, shooting

» Feb. 19: Charles Pace, 22, of Baltimore, shooting

» Feb. 20: Andre Jones, 27, of Baltimore, shooting

» Feb. 21: Daniel Savage, 32, of Baltimore, shooting *

» Feb. 23: Antonio Harris, 18, of Baltimore, shooting

» Feb. 24: William Duck, 21, of Baltimore, stabbing

» Feb. 26: Vernon Carter, 25, of Baltimore, shooting *

» Feb. 26: Vic Fenner, 17, of Baltimore, shooting

* Resulted in arrest or warrant

Suspects facing trial

» Eugene Parker, 31, of Baltimore, and Dwayne Gwynn, 34, of Baltimore, are charged with first-degree murder in the Feb. 11 shooting death of Harold Robinson inside the Club International Bar.

» Alton Teel, 42, of Baltimore, is charged with the Feb. 21 murder of Daniel Savage, who was found shot to death in the 1500 block of North Bradford Street.

» Gregory Johnson, 21, of Baltimore, is charged with first-degree murder in the Feb. 26 shooting death of Vernon Carter, who was shot multiple times in the head on the 1800 block of West Lanvale. Johnson was caught fleeing the scene.

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Postby kushsmoke » April 1st, 2007, 3:42 am

"There’s a genocide going on, and everyone’s ignoring it. It’s just disgraceful.”

DAMN BALTIMORE YOU NEED TO SLOW YOUR ROLL

BESIDES YOURE MAKING NIAGARA LOOK SOFT
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Postby Qdawg » April 1st, 2007, 2:53 pm

Police investigate two homicides in the city
Originally published March 31, 2007

Police are investigating two homicides that occurred early yesterday morning.

Police found an unidentified man shot in the 3400 block of Noble St. about 1:10 a.m. He was transported to Johns Hopkins Hospital, where he was pronounced dead at 1:35 a.m. Police have no witnesses and are trying to determine the man's identity, said Agent Donny Moses, a police spokesman.

Police responded to a second shooting about 2:15 a.m. at a home in the 6800 block of Sturbridge Drive.

Officers found Pelvin Derrien, 23, suffering from several gunshot wounds to his head and another man shot in the arms and legs, Moses said. Detectives believe the shootings were part of an attempted robbery based on witness statements, though nothing was stolen, he said.

Both men were taken to Johns Hopkins Hospital, where Derrien was pronounced dead at 3:05 a.m. The other victim, whose name was withheld by police, is in serious but stable condition.

Witnesses said the two men were playing video games at Derrien's girlfriend's home when two men came through the front door and began shooting.

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Postby A Ghost » April 11th, 2007, 8:15 pm

kushsmoke wrote:BESIDES YOURE MAKING NIAGARA LOOK SOFT


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Postby Qdawg » April 11th, 2007, 10:32 pm

'We’re going to lead the nation in murders’
april 2007

BALTIMORE - Allen Coates, 36, spoke up when he saw a man’s unwanted groping of a woman at a local bar.

For his chivalry, he received 9mm bullet holes throughout his body.

Charles Erdman, 65, simply stopped to exchange information with a driver of a sport utility vehicle after a minor fender bender.

For his responsible act, Erdman was run over and fatally dragged under the SUV.

Steven Washington, 17, who had never been in trouble with the law, made the mistake of getting in an argument on the 1600 block of Clifton Avenue.

For this indiscretion, the teen was fatally shot multiple times in the head, according to police, who have charged two juveniles, ages 15 and 17, in the killing.

And while police have made arrests in Coates’ and Washington’s murders, Erdman’s killers and those of 19 other March homicide victims remain unsolved.

Homicide detectives have made arrests in four of last month’s 24 killings and 15 of this year’s 69 murders.

But homicide Det. Robert Cherry said more cases will begin to go down soon.

“Cases take time,” said Cherry, who is also vice president of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 3. “Most of our detectives know who committed the homicides. But it really does the citizens no service locking up someone for a murder, if we haven’t built the case yet. A lot of these cases will start going down in the next couple of months. Would we like to put more down? Absolutely.”

Cherry said some rank-and-file police officers feel they aren’t getting the leadership needed from Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon, who recently criticized the department’s arrest of a 7-year-old boy, Gerard Mungo Jr., for sitting on a dirt bike.

“If the mayor really cared about fighting crime, she wouldn’t be talking about a 7-year-old,” Cherry said. “She’d be talking about the murders. Crime is off the hook again. Crime is up. Murders are up. Shootings are up. When murders and shootings are up, you can rest assured the quality of life for the city goes down. Crime fighting has to be No. 1.”

Baltimore’s 69 homicides have outpaced last year’s 60 at this time. Shootings are up 24 percent compared with 2006.

Former Baltimore Police Commissioner Ed Norris said he hasn’t heard a crime-fighting plan articulated by top city officials as the city’s per capita murder rate increses.

“I don’t think they’re speaking at all about the real issues,” he said. “They haven’t said one word about how we’re going to lead the nation in murders this year. There are a lot of innocent victims this year. It should be spoken about every day what the plan is.”

Dixon spokesman Anthony McCarthy said the mayor shares “the community’s concern with the homicides in Baltimore.”

“She stands with the police,” he said. “We ask them to do an incredibly difficult job every day. The mayor understands the pressure they’re under, and she understands there needs to be renewed trust between the police and the neighborhoods they serve.”

Baltimore NAACP President Marvin “Doc” Cheatham said instead of making foolish arrests — such as Mungo’s and that of his mother, Lakisa Dinkins, for hindering a police investigation — the police department should solve violent crimes.

“Why are you arresting a 7-year-old and a mother?” Cheatham asked. “Why aren’t you out in the street?”

But as much as the police need to be scrutinized, the community needs to step up and examine the killing going on in its midst, Cheatham said.

“The community has to solve this problem,” he said.

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has formed a group called BAAAM — Alliance of African-American Men — to mentor boys in Baltimore.

“We’re outraged at the homicides that are taking place,” Cheatham said. “We have consistently been making noise.”

Despite the increase in shootings and homicides, Baltimore police track a 17 percent drop in violent crime this year, driven mainly by a 17 percent cut in robberies and a 18 percent dip in aggravated assaults.

Police have implemented some new strategies to combat the violence, including shifting 23 officers to the Eastern District’s Oliver Community, which saw a spike in shootings, and designating the Poplar Grove Corridor of the Southwestern District to receive 27 police surveillance cameras.

The police department also has expanded its use of Community Stabilization Units — the foot patrols conducted by new officers — to the Monument Street Corridor.

Neighborhoods in which the new uniformed officers walk the beat have seen almost no incidents of violent crime, statistics show.

Baltimore Police Spokesman Matt Jablow said the department may expand the program even further. “There’s nothing quite like having an officer on foot in the community.”

BY THE NUMBERS

» March homicide total: 24

» March homicides solved: 4

» 2007 homicide total: 69

» 2007 homicides solved: 15

» Youngest victim injured: During March’s unsolved murder of a paralyzed man, a gunman shot a 5-year-old boy in the foot.

» Homicide comparisons: New York City reported 84 through March 25; Philadelphia, 100 through March 31; D.C., 38 through March 30

March’s homicide victims in Baltimore City

» March 3: Thomas Alexander, 19, of Baltimore, shooting

» March 3: Charles Erdman, 65, of Baltimore, automobile

» March 4: Anthony Brown, 20, of Baltimore, shooting

» March 5: Michael Woods, 28, of Baltimore, shooting

» March 6: Richard Stuckey, 17, of Baltimore, shooting

» March 9: Anthony Bryan, 37, of Baltimore, shooting

» March 10: Allen Coates, 36, of Baltimore, shooting *

» March 11: Damon Smith, 40, of Baltimore, shooting

» March 12: Mark Robinson, 48, of Baltimore, shooting

» March 13: Tyrone Jackson Jr., 19, of Baltimore, shooting

» March 13: Steven Washington, 17, of Baltimore, shooting *

» March 13: Christopher Clarke, 18, of Baltimore, shooting

» March 13: Antwan Askins, 27, of Baltimore, shooting

» March 14: Michael Stuckey, 49, of Baltimore, stabbing *

» March 17: Edwin Mathews, 30, of Baltimore, shooting

» March 17: Rodney Dewitt, 21, of Baltimore, shooting

» March 20: Ricardo Paige, 54, of Baltimore, shooting

» March 20: Charles Hargrove, 19, of Baltimore, shooting

» March 21: Shawn Weaver, 17, of Baltimore, shooting

» March 26: Theresa Parker, 39, of Baltimore, blunt force trauma

» March 27: Artesha Moses, 18, of Baltimore, stabbing *

» March 27: Ronald Harmon, 17, of Baltimore, shooting

» March 30: Victim not yet identified, shooting

» March 30: Pelvin Derrien, 23, of Baltimore, shooting

* Resulted in arrest or warrant

SUSPECTS FACING TRIAL

» Lamont Harrell, 22, of Baltimore, is charged with first-degree murder in the March 10 shooting death of Allen Coates inside Maceo’s Lounge. Case closed by Det. Robert Ross.

» Tevin Moultrie, 15, and Maurice Wilkerson, 17, both of Baltimore, are charged with the March 13 shooting death of 17-year-old Steven Washington, who had no arrest record. Case closed by Dets. Bryan Kershaw and Steven Mahan.

» Robin Weaver, 50, of Baltimore, is charged with fatally stabbing Michael Stuckey during a March 14 domestic dispute. Weaver told police Stuckey punched her in the face and she had to defend herself. Case closed by Det. Sean Jones.

» James Summerville, 18, of Baltimore, is charged with first-degree murder, accused of stabbing his girlfriend, Artesha Moses, 18, in the chest after a heated argument. Case closed by Det. Kirk Hastings.

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Postby Qdawg » April 12th, 2007, 12:57 am

E. Baltimore man, 20, fatally shot on street
Originally published April 12, 2007

An East Baltimore man was shot to death early yesterday, and police had neither a suspect nor a motive for the city's 75th homicide this year. Police recorded 74 homicides in the city during the same period last year, a police spokesman said.

Eastern District police responded to a report of a man shot shortly after midnight in the 2600 block of E. Madison St. in the Madison-Eastend community. There they found Tavon Campbell, 20, of the 1100 block of Orleans St., bleeding from several wounds, said Officer Troy Harris. Harris said Campbell was taken by city Fire Department ambulance to Johns Hopkins Hospital, where he was pronounced dead a half-hour later.

Circuit Court records show Campbell was arrested in October and charged with possession of narcotics with intent to distribute. He was out on $15,000 bail before he was to appear for trial May 3. Metro Crime Stoppers, 410-276-8888, is offering a reward of up to $2,000 for information leading to an arrest and indictment.

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Postby A Ghost » April 12th, 2007, 6:28 pm

kushsmoke wrote:BESIDES YOURE MAKING NIAGARA LOOK SOFT


Do yourself a favor..

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Postby Qdawg » April 20th, 2007, 2:02 pm

3 men shot and killed in separate incidents
By Anica Butler and Gus G. Sentementes
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Originally published April 20, 2007

Within a three-hour period ending early yesterday, three people were fatally shot in different parts of Baltimore, raising the city's homicide toll to 79.

The string of shootings broke an atypical lull for homicides in the city; a killing had not been recorded since April 12. There were 80 killings in the from Jan. 1 to April 12 last year, police said.

The first shooting happened Wednesday about 9:45 p.m. Kevin Randall, 45, was found in the 200 block of N. Mount St. with several gunshot wounds to his torso, police said. Witnesses told detectives that Randall had left his home and was going to a liquor store, said Officer Troy Harris, a police spokesman. Randall was taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center, where he died about an hour later. At the time of his death, Randall was on probation for a narcotics conviction, police said.

The second shooting occurred about an hour later. Police found Johnnie James, 25, in the 300 block of S. Bentalou St. in West Baltimore. He had been shot in the head, police said, and was taken to St. Agnes Hospital, where he died.

Harris said that James, of the 3000 block of Frederick Ave., had been arguing with two people.

The third incident - a double shooting - happened just after midnight in the 2400 block of Seabury Road, in Cherry Hill. Two men were shot and taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center.

One of the men, Christopher Wayman, 23, died of a gunshot wound to the head, police said. The second man was shot in the back and was in critical condition at Shock Trauma.

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Postby A Ghost » May 11th, 2007, 11:21 pm

Where the hell is Qdawg at?
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Postby MiChuhSuh » May 12th, 2007, 9:35 pm

I've been hearing about baltimore but why isn't this getting more attention in the news?
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Postby A Ghost » May 12th, 2007, 9:38 pm

MiChuhSuh wrote:I've been hearing about baltimore but why isn't this getting more attention in the news?



They could care less if blacks kill each other.



Not only that but pretty much anyone who pays attention to whats going on in the country knows about Baltimore.

The Wire, The Corner, The News, etc...
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Postby A Ghost » May 12th, 2007, 9:39 pm

As a matter of fact someone joked about balitmore on the Daily Show last night.
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Postby senseofhumorgirl_ » July 23rd, 2007, 7:09 pm

I used to go down to bmore alot when I was younger. It makes me angry that no one gives a damn about the black genocide going on in the city that I love. If these people were all white like I am, then every block within the city would be armed to the nth degree. What's the matter with doing that for black people? Shoot, if I were running the city, I'd colloborate with the community leaders and hold an open forum about what we need to get done to stop this senseless genocide, and how we can do it, etc. If we had more things for the young people to do as an alternative to joining a gang, then maybe that might be a start. I care that the blacks are killing one another. Others should too, because ignoring it ain't right!
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Postby Qdawg » August 3rd, 2007, 12:22 am

Deadly July leaves 29 people slain
Aug 3, 2007

BALTIMORE - Christine Richardson, 15, was stabbed to death in her bedroom.

Ashley Bellosi, 23, was fatally beaten at her Mount Vernon home.

Two officers, Karen Brzowsky, 34, and Loretta Francis, 29, were shot while breaking up a dice-game robbery near Patterson Park.

They were lucky. They lived.

Bellosi and Richardson were among the 29 people killed last month in Baltimore. So far this year, 187 people have met the same gruesome fate – 25 more than the 162 people murdered this time last year.

There are too many funerals and too many memorials to count.

“Your laughter is etched in my heart forever,” Bellosi’s sister, Dana Bellosi, wrote in an Internet tribute. “I am sad that I won’t see you grow old like me. You will be young and beautiful forever.”

Baltimore NAACP president Marvin ‘Doc’ Cheatham challenged residents to post the rising murder rate each day in their windows as a wake-up call.

Cheatham wants Baltimore residents to get more involved with police community relations; ministers to speak out against the violence; and parents to become more involved with their kids' schools.

“We have to deal with our own homes,” he said. “This issue deals with us as a family.”

Acting Baltimore Police Commissioner Frederick Bealefeld blames the city’s crime problems on two nagging factors: Gangs and guns.

Indeed, of July’s homicides, only six were not carried out with the bang of a gun.

“Your men and women of the police department risk their lives every day to take guns from bad guys off the street,” said Bealefeld, appointed by Mayor Sheila Dixon last month to replace former Baltimore Police Commissioner Leonard Hamm, whom the mayor asked to resign amid the soaring murder rate. “We don’t shirk from that responsibility.”

Bealefeld’s officers have seized 2,000 illegal firearms this year in comparison with 1,800 this time last year.

One week in July, police seized 113 guns compared with 59 for the same period in 2006.

“It’s not just talk,” Bealefeld said at a recent news conference. “We’re not just talking about guns. We are dedicated to doing something about guns.”

Robberies have decreased by 12 percent in the city, and aggravated assaults and overall violent crimes have decreased by 10 percent compared with last year, police statistics show.

But many residents who have become victims of crime say they don’t feel safe.

A woman robbed at gunpoint in Federal Hill on July 27 said she doesn’t buy a popular belief that citizens are safe in Baltimore provided they don’t get involved with drugs.

“That is totally false,” said Megan M., who asked her last name not be printed for fear her attacker might return. “You are only safe because you are lucky.”

Megan was out with three girlfriends for a birthday celebration that Friday night at 11:30 when a man ran toward the group with a silver semi-automatic weapon and demanded their purses.

“Only one of us was actually robbed, but all of us were traumatized by both events that night,” she said.

Baltimore police have increased robbery arrests this year by five percent — 471 compared with 449, statistics show. But nearly 70 percent of the city’s murders this year remain unsolved. Of the 187 murders this year, the department has closed 59 – 32 percent – of the cases, leaving seven out of 10 killers still walking the streets.

Two of those 59 arrests have reached their conclusion in Baltimore City Circuit Court.

One — the March 27 stabbing death of 18-year-old Artesha Moses — resulted in a second-degree murder guilty plea and a sentence of 20 years.

The other — the weird, confusing killing of 22-year-old Alvin Parson — was never brought to a grand jury. Prosecutors said they dropped murder charges against suspects Anasion Waldron and Panagiodis Bekiaris after several key witness statements conflicted with one another.

Baltimore City Councilman James Kraft, who has clashed recently with State’s Attorney Patricia Jessamy, said the city’s problems are complex and can’t be fixed overnight.

“The serious crime is so deep-rooted,” he said. “You can’t point to any one thing and say ‘This is the problem.’ We have so many broken people in this city. People who were raised by drug dealers. People who were raised by violent criminals. They don’t know any other way to live.”

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