Office of the State's Attorney for Baltimore City

SAO Press Releases

For Immediate Release 4/3/15

A Baltimore City jury found Kenneth Rush, 21, guilty of attempting to distribute heroin and possession of heroin Thursday afternoon.

For Immediate Release 3/26/2015

State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby in partnership with Baltimore City Public Schools has invited ten middle schools to be part of this summer’s Junior State’s Attorney Program. The Junior SA Program seeks to expose promising middle school students to criminal justice careers. This is a positive learning experience that encourages civic engagement, community awareness and faith in the justice system.

For Immediate Release 3/25/15

Baltimore City State’s Attorney, Marilyn Mosby, testified Wednesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee on behalf of Sen. Robert Cassilly’s (R – Harford County) legislation, SB 933. The bill supports survivors of sexual assault by bringing Maryland admissibility standards closer to federal standards.

For Immediate Release 3/24/15

Public Enemy Number One, Darryl Anderson, was sentenced Tuesday to life plus 240 years for several violent offenses including two counts for murder in the second degree, and six counts of attempted murder in the second degree.

For Immediate Release 3/23/15

Nathan Utsey was convicted of second-degree assault and sentenced to seven years in prison on March, 20, 2015 for punching his fiancé in the face and smashing her in the face with a drinking glass. Utsey has several arrests for assault in other states. Assistant State’s Attorney Natalie Amato prosecuted the case.

For Immediate Release 3/20/15

Dontay Dorsey, 25, and DeAngelo Anthony 24, have both been found guilty of burglary and murder in the death of Tavon Frederick, and are facing life in prison. The victim was found beaten and shot to death in his bedroom on the 3300 block of Westerwald Ave. An autopsy revealed Frederick had been shot 3 times in the head, once in the chest and had multiple bruises and contusions.

For Immediate Release 3/19/15

Darrell Homer pled guilty Wednesday to first-degree murder and use of a handgun during a crime of violence. Baltimore police detectives secured a confession from Homer, who told investigators that he shot Ricky Thomas to death in Sandtown-Winchester. Assistant State’s Attorney Michelle Wilson prosecuted the case.

For Immediate Release 3/18/15

Kevin Minor was recently convicted by a Baltimore jury of several gun crimes. Minor faces a maximum of 18 years after being found guilty of illegally carrying a firearm, possessing a firearm after having previously committed a crime of violence and several other gun related charges. Assistant State’s Attorney Daniel Kim prosecuted the case.

For Immediate Release 3/12/15

“It is our job to uphold the law and rectify procedural missteps. We will keep fighting for justice to be conducted in the manner required under the law.

For Immediate Release 3/10/2015

Baltimore City Council voted unanimously on a resolution that urges state lawmakers to allow prior conduct evidence against sexual perpetrators admissible in court.