Baltimore City Sees 31 Homicides in First 25 Days of 2022 - 'No Arrests Have Been Announced' [UPDATE: First Arrest Just Made!]

Chris Menahan
Jan. 28, 2022

Where is "Black Lives Matter" now?

From WMAR 2 News, "Baltimore City outpaces it's 2021 murder rate with 31 homicides in 25 days":
We're not even a full month into the new year and already Baltimore City has seen more homicides this year than there have been days.

25 days into 2022 and already there have been 31 people killed in the city of Baltimore.

Right now the city is averaging more than one homicide a day.
WMAR 2 News reported that "no arrest have been announced for any of these 31 homicides this year so far."

Chesley Patterson, the General Manager at popular Italian restaurant La Scala, was murdered Sunday on his way home from work after reportedly getting carjacked while stopping at a red light.

A mother of three who was working as a DoorDash driver was killed on the same night.

James E. Blue III, the husband of a Baltimore Police lieutenant, was also murdered on Tuesday.

Baltimore mayor Brandon Scott unveiled his "violence prevention plan" back in July which painted "gun violence" as a "disease."

The details of the plan boiled down to handing out more welfare to the people who voted him into office and blaming "guns" for the city's astonishingly high crime rate.

UPDATE: Baltimore Police announced the first arrest of a murder suspect around Friday afternoon on Facebook right as this article was going up.

42-year-old Jamal Smith was arrested in the stabbing murder of a 29-year-old man on Jan 27 in the 1500 block of E. 28th Street.

"Smith has since been transported to the Homicide Section where he was interviewed, and then transported to Central Booking where he has been charged with 1st Degree Murder and Assault with a Deadly Weapon," BPD reported.

I wonder if he will be let out on bond?

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