South Baltimore Crime Updates

| June 8, 2016 | 0 Comments

Crime updates from Baltimore Police Southern District Community Collaboration Unit:

Quadruple Shooting – Pigtown 

On the 800 block of Carroll street, 18th May 2016 at 650 Hours there were four male blacks who were shot. All were non-life threatening. This is an ongoing investigation and Detectives are actively solving this incident.

Unarmed Robbery – Stadium Area

1500 Russell Street (Garage/ Casino)

On 4 June 2016 at 0415 Hours victim was approached by the following unknown suspects who took the below listed property:

Suspect 1 unknown/female  5;8; 160 lbs

Suspect 2 unknown black female 5’2; 160 lbs

Suspect 3 unknown black male 6’0; 180 lbs

Property Taken -Keys, Wallet, U.S. Currency, Watch

All Suspects were  identified and were arrested in reference to this matter.

From Baltimore Police Liaison & Youth Advisor/Officer Sheena Newman:

2016 Baltimore Police Explorer Night at Camden Yards

Wednesday, June 22nd / 7:05 P.M.

Tickets Range From $17.00 – $35.00

All Ticket Purchases benefit the Baltimore Police Explorer’s Program

Purchase your ticket(s) Sponsored by Buddies, Inc., Members of the Explorer Scouts (Boy Scouts of America), Buddies Program and the Baltimore Police Department will participate in an on-field ceremony and cheer the O’s to victory!

  • Tickets are available in the Upper Reserve, Left Field Upper Reserve, Lower Reserve, Left Field Lower Box
  • Can’t make the game date (above)? You can purchase a Flexible Orioles Ticket Voucher for $15.00.
  • Vouchers can be used for any Value, Classic, or Select 2016 Home Game. For Additional information and dates, visit: Orioles.com/highfive or call 1-888-848-BIRD

Thank You in Advance for Supporting the Youth Baltimore Police Explorers Program!!!

Contact Southern District Community Collaboration Unit (Baltimore Police Department):

Yours Truly Police Liason & Youth Advisor/ Officer Sheena Newman at mobile number 443-938-2050 or email address [email protected]

From Baltimore Police Southern District Commander Brian Hance:

The Baltimore Police Department is interested in your comments about how to improve the city’s Crime Tips program.

Take a minute for a brief survey! Thank you!!

Like many Police Departments across the country, the Baltimore Police Department runs a program to receive tips from the public to help solve crimes. These tips can also help the police find illegal guns, which increase the risk for shootings and murders. An effective crime tips programs helps the Police identify people causing harm to their communities.

Baltimore’s program is called Metro Crime Stoppers. 1-866-7LOCKUP
The Baltimore Police Department is interested in your comments about how to improve the city’s Crime Tips program. Please click the link below to answer some questions and make your voice heard.

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