Murder USA: 24 hours of death in Homicide City of Baltimore

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The following shootings and homicides are reported by the Baltimore City Police Department for May 20, 2015

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Shooting: 2000 Jefferson St. Adult male shot in the neck. Disp. 9:42pm. Eastern District detectives investigating.

Overnight Shooting: 500 N Pulaski St. Adult male shot in face, adult female shot in back. Dispatched @ 11:36pm. District Detectives invest.

Overnight Shooting: 2300 W. Lafayette. Adult male shot multiple times. Dispatched @ 12:21am. Western District detectives are investigating.

Overnight Shooting: Walk-in to area hospital. Adult male shot in the leg. Dispatched @ 12:29am. Southwest District detectives investigating.

Overnight Shooting: 900 N. Caroline. Adult male shot in the leg. Dispatched at 1:19am. Eastern District detectives are investigating.

Overnight Shooting: 1200 E Madison St. Adult male shot in the torso. Dispatched @ 1:22am. Eastern District detectives are investigating

Overnight Homicide: 800 W. Saratoga St. Adult male shot in the torso. Dispatched @ 2:10am. Homicide detectives are investigating.

Shooting: 2800 E. Madison Street. Multiple victims shot. Dispatched 3:55pm. PIO is responding.

The incident in the area of the 2800 blk of E Madison St has been resolved. A fifth victim has been located.

Overnight Homicide: 1800 Ramblewood Rd. An adult male was shot in back and died. A 2nd adult male was shot in the stomach.

Overnight Shooting: An adult male walked into an area hospital with a gunshot wound to the leg. Central District det’s are investigating.

From New York Daily News

The murder rate in New York City has spiked an alarming 20% in the first two months of the year, prompting NYPD brass to rethink strategy to curb the deadly trend.

Since Jan. 1, 54 murders have been recorded in the city, up nine from the same period a year ago, according to the grim stats released Monday.

Shootings have also climbed 20% — with 149 so far in 2015 compared with 126 in the first two months of 2014.

But overall, crime has dropped 11% in most major crime categories, including burglary, robbery, rape, grand larceny and auto theft.

 

A Korean business owner in the doorway of his destroyed store. AP photo

A Korean business owner in the doorway of his destroyed store. AP photo
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