Office of the State's Attorney for Baltimore City

SAO Press Releases

For Immediate Release 4/22/16

Isaiah Eaddy will spend an additional ten years in jail, after jail calls reveal he planned to continue his drug dealing in Baltimore City and Baltimore County, once he was released.

For Immediate Release 4/22/16

Rickey “ Hots” Davis, could spend the next 30 years in prison after a jury found him guilty Thursday of manslaughter and possession of a handgun in the commission of a crime of violence. 

For Immediate Release 4/21/2016

Kermit Childress was sentenced to 10 years, suspend all but five years, and five years of supervised probation upon release. He was also ordered to pay $205,530, to be split between the three fraud victims. Childress was convicted of one count of theft scheme over $100,000 and two counts of theft scheme between $10,000 and $100,000. Assistant State’s Attorney Alexander Huggins prosecuted this case.

For Immediate Release 4/20/16

Juliun Jones-Joyner was sentenced to life in prison Wednesday for the first-degree murder of Jonathan Terry. Assistant State’s Attorney Kurt Bjorklund successfully prosecuted this case.

For Immediate Release 4/21/16

Keith Davis Jr. was sentenced to the mandatory minimum of five years without parole after being convicted of prohibited possession of a firearm.

For Immediate Release 4/18/2016

Rashid Mayo, Eddie Tarver, and Dequan Shields have all been sentenced for their role in the murder of one-year-old Carter Scott.

For Immediate Release 4/14/16

We send our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Mr. Tyrone West.

For Immediate Release 4/13/2016

Jerrell Randle is facing life in prison after a Baltimore jury found him guilty of first degree rape and robbery. Assistant State’s Attorney Michele Lambert prosecuted this case.

For Immediate Release 4/13/2016

Steven “Sandman” Melton was found guilty of several counts related to possession of a firearm by a prohibited person, wear-carry transport of a handgun, and prohibited possession of ammunition.

For Immediate Release 4/11/2016

The Major Investigations Unit of the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office indicted Chemal Evans, Bryant Adams, Michael Johnson, Raheem Powell, Eric Simmons and James Boyce for their roles in a drug trafficking organization in South Baltimore.