Office of the State's Attorney for Baltimore City

SAO Press Releases

For Immediate Release 7/14/2015

Thomas Redmond was sentenced to Life plus two years for murdering his former lover Ray Bostick. Redmond was also charged and convicted of theft and use of a deadly weapon.

For Immediate Release 7/13/2015

Tumaini Bakari pled guilty to voluntary manslaughter and use of a handgun in the commission of a crime of violence. 

For Immediate Release 7/13/2015

Jermaine Jenkins, 24 , was sentenced to 5 years in prison, after pleading guilty to first degree assault and the use of a firearm in the commission of a crime of violence. Assistant State’s Attorney Michael Hudak prosecuted this case.

For Immediate Release 7/13/2015

Charick Callaway has been convicted of first degree rape, first degree sex offense, burglary, armed robbery and deadly weapon with the intent to injure.

For Immediate Release 7/9/2015

Raymond Little was sentenced to 12 years in prison after pleading guilty to attempted murder and using a handgun during a crime of violence.

The Office of the State's Attorney for Baltimore City would like to congratulate Assistant State's Attorney Charles Blomquist for being the newly elected Vice President of the Baltimore City Bar Association. Blomquist has been a member of our Homicide unit for 10 years.

For Immediate Release 7/8/2015

Charles Magnum, 23, has taken a 15 year plea deal after he was caught on a security camera breaking into Sportsman’s Spot in in 2014 and a year later committing the same crime against Sharky’s Bar and Grill.

For Immediate Release 7/7/2015

 More than two dozen rising eighth graders assembled in the training room of the State’s Attorney’s Office downtown, (dressed in blue blazers) for the inaugural day of State’s Attorney, Marilyn Mosby’s new Junior State’s Attorney program.

For Immediate Release 7/6/15

Demetrius Macklin is facing 15 years in prison for attempting to recover a handgun from his vehicle after a fight at a nightclub.

 For Immediate Release 7/6/15

 The Baltimore City Circuit Court hosted a graduation for 17 participants in its Drug Treatment Court program.