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Rasheed Morris, 17, is the second of three people charged in the May 2021 shooting death of Efraim Gordon, 31, to enter a guilty plea, The Baltimore Sun reported. Read more.

WATCH: State's Attorney Braveboy along with Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby are making their announcements now. This announcement comes ahead of the much-anticipated Supreme Court ruling on a Mississippi case that could overturn Roe v. Wade, the 1973 landmark decision legalizing abortion. Read more.

Braveboy and Mosby said they will not prosecute anyone involved in receiving, conducting or facilitating an abortion regardless of local or federal decisions. Read more. 

Officers Robert Brown, Edgar Ayala-Lopez, and Robert Cucchiaro fired a combined 16 shots killing 35-year-old Benjamin Tyson inside the Market Place Garage. Read more

As the temperature rises dirt bikes are becoming more prevalent on the streets. In Baltimore City and Baltimore County, dirt bikes are illegal. It’s both departments’ policy to not chase or pursue them due to safety concerns. In Baltimore City, if caught, they can receive a fine of up to $1,000 or 90 days in jail. Read more. 

“We would certainly hope there would be communication about the process of being added to any kind of list, instead of learning about it after the fact,” Harrison said in an interview Thursday. However, a 2019 email from Deputy State’s Attorney Janice Bledsoe to Dan Beck, the police department’s former chief of legal affairs, shows police leadership has had a copy of the list, and a justification for why each officer was on it, since its existence was made public. Read more. 

State Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced that the 2022 Pop Up series will return to an in-person format, start earlier and be expanded to 10 weeks of pop-up events. The first event in the series will be a free Stop the Violence youth concert on June 24 from 6-9 p.m. Registration for the event is now open. Read more.

A Baltimore man will serve life in prison after he admitted to strangling to death two women whom he solicited for sex less than a week apart in 2021, the state’s attorney’s office said. Read more.

During court proceedings on Monday, Judge Daniels listened as the prosecutor presented a plea of life suspending all but 40 years with five years on supervised probation for first-degree murder and 20 years with the first five years without parole for use of a firearm during a violent crime, the charges are set to run concurrently. Read more.

Raymond Roman was sentenced to life in prison, with all but 35 years suspended, in the April 2021 shooting death of Kevin Adams in the Rosemont neighborhood, the State’s Attorney’s Office said. Roman pleaded guilty May 16 to first-degree murder and use of a firearm in the commission of a crime of violence in Adams’ death. Read more.