Office of the State's Attorney for Baltimore City

SAO Press Releases

For Immediate Release 8/16/2017

East Baltimore—Marion Daughton was sentenced to 100 years this week. She was dubbed Public Enemy #1 by Baltimore Police in September of 2016 and was found guilty of two counts of attempted second degree murder and two counts of using a handgun in the commission of a crime of violence. Baltimore City jurors also found Daughton guilty of possessing a regulated firearm after being convicted of a disqualifying crime.

For Immediate Release 8/15/2017

Northeast Baltimore - Daryell Mack was convicted of second degree assault, as well as second and fourth degree sex offense. Assistant State’s Attorney Robert Render prosecuted the case.

For Immediate Release 8/10/2017

Southeast Baltimore—Wilfredo Abrego was sentenced to the maximum penalty of 45 years in prison after being found guilty earlier this year of rape, sexual abuse of a minor, and third degree sex offense. Agrego, 28, was prosecuted for impregnating a 13-year-old girl whom he claimed to love.

For Immediate Release 8/10/2017

Southwest Baltimore— Darrion Mallette was convicted by a Baltimore City jury of being a prohibited person in possession of a regulated firearm and illegally possessing ammunition.

Assistant State’s Attorney (ASA) Megan Acquaviva prosecuted the case.

For Immediate Release 8/9/2017 

East Baltimore— Melvin McBride pled guilty to possession with the intent to distribute cocaine and possessing a firearm as a prohibited person. McBride was sentenced to 10 years in prison, suspend all but five years, for his crimes.

For Immediate Release 8/7/2017

East Baltimore—Jerrell Creighton pled guilty to two counts of possessing a firearm as a prohibited person. He was sentenced to 10 years in prison with the first five years to be served without the possibility of parole.

Assistant State’s Attorney Anna Mantegna prosecuted the case.

For Immediate Release 8/7/2017

East Baltimore – The Office of the State’s Attorney for Baltimore City (SAO) hosted its 9th consecutive summer #PopUp event for Baltimore City youth at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School Football Field on Friday evening. More than 300 youth came out to showcase various genres of dance, including stepping, underground club and modern.

For Immediate release 8/4/2017

West Baltimore— In a bench trial, Thomas Bradley, 64, was found guilty of use of a handgun in commission of a crime of violence; two counts of assault in the second degree; two counts of reckless endangerment; wearing, carrying, or transporting a handgun; being a prohibited person in possession of a regulated firearm; and discharging a firearm in the city.

For Immediate Release 8/4/2017

West Baltimore—Tyrone Johnson pled guilty to possession of a firearm during and in relation to a drug trafficking crime. He was sentenced to 10 years with the first five years to be served without the possibility of parole. Assistant State’s Attorney Danielle Cardin prosecuted the case.

For Immediate Release 8/4/2017

West Baltimore— Devon Little was convicted of the first degree murder of Levon Stokes. Additionally, a Baltimore City jury found him guilty of illegally wearing, carrying, or transporting a firearm; as well as using a handgun in the commission of a crime of violence.