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Several inmates and corrections guards were indicted on federal racketeering and other charges tied to a scandal at the state-run Baltimore City Detention Center.
A state-organized crime unit has made investigating and prosecuting street crimes a priority.
(Patrick Semansky / AP)
Mark Puente | The Baltimore Sun
Kojack and Dingo, two K-9 dogs, died after air conditioner in vehicle malfunctioned.
Hogan called for the closure of the jail last month, calling it a “black eye” on the state.
(Andre Chung / For The Washington Post)
Corrections Secretary Stephen T. Moyer says more reform is needed — starting with human resources.
(Ovetta Wiggins / The Washington Post)
Maryland’s governor is under unfair attack for cooperating with the Obama administration’s new policy.
(Patrick Semansky / Associated Press)
The city’s Dickensian horror of a jail will be closed. That’s a good first step toward reforming a troubled system.
Suspects held by the city’s police are regularly winding up in the emergency room.
(Jabin Botsford / The Washington Post)
Peter Hermann, Hamil R. Harris and Ashley Halsey III
At least 15 officers were injured and 27 people were arrested as crowds of young people protesting the treatment of Freddie Gray moved south through the city, setting fire to vehicles and at least one store.
Former Black Guerrilla Family gang leader Tavon White’s sentencing follows a months-long trial.
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