06 July 2015

Police Announce Arrests In Recent Homicides

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Baltimore Police announce several arrests in recent homicides

For a police department currently closing well below half of all murders taking place, rapid arrests of suspects is both noteworthy and rare.

Keyon Jackson, 26, charged in killing of Nate Wheeler Jr
Davon Vennie, charged in killing of Nate Wheeler Jr.

In a press conference Monday, Baltimore Police Deputy Commissioner Kevin Davis said Davon Vennie and Keyon Jackson were both arrested for July 2 murder of Nate Wheeler Jr.

Few details, including a motive have been released on the case.

Wheeler was shot and killed while working on a West Baltimore construction site near Druid Hill Park. Read the original report here: Man Shot And Killed At West Baltimore Construction Site

Police also announced the arrest of Larry Dixon, for the murder of his nephew Keith Glascoe, Friday night. The incident took place inside a home on the 3400 block of W. Caton Ave.

Read our original report here: Man Murdered During Family Dispute

Larry Dixon has been charged with the murder of Keith Glascoe
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