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Suspect Kills Himself Inside Baltimore Police Station


A suspect taken into custody by Baltimore police in connection with an attempted murder was able to conceal a "high-caliber" handgun and fatally shot himself Tuesday afternoon inside the Southwestern District police station. Read Full Story Here.

August 06, 2014
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Sgt. Mike @ 8/7/2014 11:20 AM

Does calling it a "High-Caliber" or High-Powered" weapon make this seem more dramatic or sinister?

Ret Sgt @ 8/7/2014 6:06 PM

This Deputy Commissioner really has no business holding a press conference. I hope he is not their regular PIO. Awful. As to the original story. I hope that this doesn't turn out to be a situation where the arresting officers did a half-a$$ed search and missed the weapon, but it appears that this may be so. Glad it didn't cost another officer their life.

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