24 October 2012

BREAKING: Woman Shot On N. Monroe St.

By A.F. James MacArthur

A 55 year old woman was shot at the 1600 block of N. Monroe St. around 11:45 p.m. Tuesday. The woman was transported to a local emergency room with unspecified injuries. Her condition was unknown.

At 12:06 a.m. Baltimore Police stated via twitter detectives were investigating the incident. No known motive or suspect mentioned at this time.

The shooting is the latest female victim in what has been a sharp spike in women being shot recently. Female victims normally represent a small percentage of shootings in Baltimore, but the past several weeks have been averaging nearly two females shot per week, with several dying as a result of their injuries.


Tuesday night also saw a police involved shooting. These incidents also appear to be on the rise. That shooting took place on 3000 block of Spaulding Ave., near Pimlico Race Track, home of the world famous Preakness Stakes. An area that is no stranger to violence.

Video by Justin Fenton, Baltimore Sun

A dead body was once discovered laying on a front porch on race day. In another incident occurring in the area at the same time as the horse race, a man was once kidnapped and forced to withdraw cash from an ATM machine.

Baltimore Police Detective Anthony Fata, currently facing criminal charges of perjury, was once captured on video during the Preakness, brutally beating a man who was being arrested on minor charges. That particular incident was viewed by many in the community, as another example on a long list of excessive force and police misconduct by the Baltimore Police Department.

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