Office of the State's Attorney for Baltimore City

SAO Press Releases

For Immediate Release 7/28/2015

 The Office of the State’s Attorney for Baltimore City held its second Community Day in Court (CDIC) on Saturday at the Mitchell Courthouse. The event was themed “Rebounding from a Criminal Conviction”.

For Immediate Release 7/27/15

Anthony Crowder recently lost a post-conviction claim to appeal a previous case in 2012, where Crowder pled guilty to assault in the first degree in a domestic violence case and was sentenced to 15 years in prison.

For Immediate Release 7/27/15

 Walter Crosby pled guilty on Thursday to robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery for an attack in Belair-Edison last year.

For Immediate Release 7/22/15

Troy Jeter was convicted of first-degree assault and a handgun violation Tuesday afternoon. Jeter faces 28 years in prison for his crimes. Assistant State’s Attorney Charles Blomquist prosecuted the case.

For immediate release 7/22/15

Shannon Stockard pled guilty to stealing nearly $92,000 from her sick and elderly great-uncle.

For Immediate Release 7/21/15

Denny Miller has pled guilty to armed robbery and use of a firearm during the commission of a crime.

For Immediate Release 7/20/2015

The State’s Attorney’s Office would like to recognize and congratulate our intern Silvia Diaz de Moore who will soon travel to her home of Paraguay to watch legislation she authored signed into law. Diaz de Moore’s legislation will recognize the historic and cultural contribution of Afro-Paraguayans.

For Immediate Release 7/17/15

Michael Torres plead guilty to one count of robbery Thursday for a November, 2014 Highlandtown crime. Torres was sentenced to 10 years, suspend all but three years, with two years of probation. Assistant State’s Attorney Jennifer Brady prosecuted the case.

For Immediate Release 7/16/15

William Stanley pled guilty Thursday to second-degree attempted murder and using a handgun during a crime of violence. Stanley was sentenced to 15 years suspend all but eight years for the attempted murder, and 15 years suspend all but five years for the handgun violation. The sentences will run concurrently. Assistant State’s Attorney Erin Valenti prosecuted the case.

For Immediate Release 7/15/2015

Maurice Jones and Michael Matthews pled guilty to robbery with a deadly weapon and a handgun violation in the commission of a crime of violence. The duo is responsible for 7 robberies in a span of several hours.