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Baltimore, Md (July 27, 2021) — Delvin Ford, Raymond Hamilton, and David Kelly have been found guilty of various offenses including drug distribution, firearm violations, and rape in their respective cases prosecuted by the Baltimore City State's Attorney’s Office. 

Despite being punched in the face repeatedly by the Officer, the victim did not strike back. 

Baltimore, Md (July 21, 2021) – Yesterday, a Baltimore City grand jury indicted Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) Police Officer Aaron Sewell on charges of Second Degree Assault and Misconduct in Office. An indictment is not a finding of guilt. An individual charged by indictment is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty at trial.

"I will choke you. I will kill you," an officer said to the victim. 

Baltimore, Md (July 16, 2021) – Yesterday, a Baltimore City grand jury indicted Baltimore Police Department (BPD) officers Maxwell Dundore and Sergeant Brendan O’Leary. Dundore was indicted on charges of Second Degree Assault and Misconduct in Office.  Sergeant O'Leary was indicted on charges of False Statement and Misconduct in Office.  An indictment is not a finding of guilt.  An individual charged by indictment is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty at trial. 

Baltimore, MD (July 1, 2021) - This week, a Baltimore City Grand Jury indicted Brandon Gross for auto manslaughter which resulted in the death of Keyona Thomas on August 10, 2020, on the 5200 block of Wabash Avenue. 

Tucker was 17 years old when he participated in a robbery that led to the death of a minister dedicated to helping the deaf.

Baltimore, MD (June 25, 2021) –This week, a Baltimore City judge ruled in favor of a post-conviction settlement that resulted in the release of 64-year old Kenneth Maurice Tucker, believed to be one of the longest-serving “juvenile lifers” in Maryland. Tucker was 17 years old at the time of the crime and spent the last 46 years in prison. After a thorough review, led by the Sentencing Review Unit’s (SRU) Chief Becky Feldman, State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby agreed to support Tucker’s release.

Stephenson’s Leadership to Fortify Mosby’s Commitment to Just Prosecution, Advancing Transformative Justice and Supporting Victims of Crime in Baltimore City

BALTIMORE, Md (June 24, 2021) — The Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office announced today that S. Marie Stephenson has become the new Chief of the External Affairs division which encompasses the Communications unit, and the Mosby’s flagship Crime Control & Prevention and Victim Witness Services units.

Indictment Details Alleged Hateful Motive in Rampage of Multiple Asian-American Businesses

Baltimore, MD (June 7, 2021) - Today, a Baltimore City Grand Jury returned a 22-count indictment against Darryl Doles for the attempted murder, of several Asian-American business owners, and other related offenses which occurred on May 2, 2021. An indictment is not a finding of guilt. An individual charged by indictment is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty at trial.

Carnell Scott was 17 years old when his uncle orchestrated a plan to commit a robbery that resulted in the death of a beloved bus driver.

Baltimore, MD (May 20, 2021) - Last week, a Baltimore City judge ruled in favor of a modification request that resulted in the release of 52-year old Carnell Scott. A jury found Scott guilty of Felony Murder, Attempted Robbery with a Deadly Weapon and Use of a Handgun in the Commission of a Crime of Violence for the fatal shooting of Melvin Louis Wilson, 83, during a failed robbery attempt which occurred on September 4, 1985.

Baltimore, MD (May 20, 2021) - This week, a Baltimore City Grand Jury indicted Cortez Johnson for the murder of Ivan Joseph Green, which occurred on April 17, 2021, on the 1900 block of Braddish Avenue. An indictment is not a finding of guilt. An individual charged by indictment is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty at trial.

Baltimore (May 12, 2021) – Yesterday, a Baltimore City Judge sentenced Arnold Johnson to the maximum penalty of Life for first-degree murder, plus 20 years for the use of a handgun in the commission of a crime of violence, and five years to run concurrently for a prohibited person.