A group of federal and state law enforcement agencies, led by U.S. Attorney in Maryland Erek Barron and Gov. Larry Hogan, announced a new set of initiatives Thursday aimed at curbing violent crime in Baltimore. A combination of different Maryland agencies will increase visibility and step up traffic enforcement on the major highways and arteries leading in and out of Baltimore city, with the Maryland State Police, the Baltimore County Police, Anne Arundel County Police and the Maryland Transportation Authority Police joining in, Barron said.
U.S. Attorney Erek Barron, Gov. Larry Hogan announce more Baltimore-based violence reduction initiatives
November 11, 2022