- Oct 1, 2017
- RET: EMS & TPD
"I've tarnished the badge," weeps Wayne Jenkins, who robbed people, planted evidence and sold drugs.
Inside one of America's most corrupt police squads
A far-reaching corruption scandal is the last thing Baltimore’s troubled police department needs. But day after day, the revelations keep coming.
Plainclothes police officers are waging war on citizens.
BALTIMORE (AP) — On the streets of Baltimore, it's tough to find confidence that a police shield and city-issued dark blue uniform promises integrity and competence. With Maryland's biggest city already under court oversight to address longstanding patterns of unconstitutional policing...
A whistleblower within the Baltimore Police Department helped launch the racketeering case that took down the Gun Trace Task Force unit.
A retired Baltimore police sergeant is charged with planting a pellet gun at the scene of an arrest and telling another officer to lie about it to federal investigators.
Baltimore Police Tried to Kill Keith Davis Jr. Prosecutors Have Been Trying to Convict Him of Murder Ever Since.
In a case of mistaken identity, Baltimore police fired 44 shots at Keith Davis Jr., hitting him three times. He now faces his fourth trial for murder.
Baltimore Courts Restrict Access to Courtroom Audio After Podcast Airs Recordings From Keith Davis Jr. Trials
State law grants public access to courtroom audio, but broadcasting it is prohibited. Press freedom advocates say that’s a violation of the First Amendment.
They belonged to a police task force charged with getting guns off the streets. Instead, the cops roamed Baltimore, robbing people on the street.
Keep up-to-date with this overview of the Baltimore police racketeering cases.
Baltilmore Police Sgt. Wayne Jenkins, the head of the elite Gun Trace Task Force a criminal enterprise of police officers who were robbing people and dealing drugs. (Kevin Richardson)
A parade of drug dealers have taken the stand to testify against officers in the Gun Trace Task Force trial
Baltimore Police say Detective Sean Suiter was supposed to testify in a federal case involving several indicted officers. One of them was Sgt. Wayne Jenkins.
Ignoring warning signs of misconduct, Baltimore Police praised—and promoted—Gun Trace Task Force leader.
A former Baltimore Police officer says it’s time for the department to stop wasteful, harmful marijuana arrests, especially after Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby’s announcement that her office would not prosecute cases of possession.
Gun violence persists in Baltimore City, even though Maryland has some of the toughest gun laws in the country -- so the 11 News I-Team decided to look into where the illegal guns are coming from and what's being done about them. David Collins reports.