Office of the State's Attorney for Baltimore City

Conviction of Violent Repeat Offender, Public Enemy No.1

Conviction of Violent Repeat Offender, Public Enemy No.1

Darryl Anderson was convicted of two counts of murder in the 2nd degree...

Last night, Darryl Anderson was convicted of two counts of…

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SAO Obtains Conviction Against VRO

SAO Obtains Conviction Against VRO

Baltimore City Assistant State’s Attorney, Jeffrey Finucane, obtained a conviction against Antonio L. Edwards...

Baltimore City Assistant State’s Attorney, Jeffrey Finucane, obtained a conviction…

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Director of Communications, speaking at Leith Walk School

Director of Communications, speaking at Leith Walk School

Director of Communications, Rochelle Ritchie, speaking at Leith Walk School

Director of Communications, Rochelle Ritchie, speaking at Leith Walk Elementary/Middle…

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Life Sentence Plus 50 years for BGF Gang Executioner

Life Sentence Plus 50 years for BGF Gang Executioner

21-year-old Capone Chase a member of the violent Black Guerilla Family Gang...

21-year-old Capone Chase a member of the violent Black Guerilla…

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Justice Served, Two Families Left Hurting

Justice Served, Two Families Left Hurting

Alvin Kelley Jr., 27, was sentenced Wednesday to 50 years in prison...

Alvin Kelley Jr., 27, was sentenced Wednesday to 50 years…

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