Office of the State's Attorney for Baltimore City

SAO Press Releases

For Immediate Release 10/25/2016

On Monday, James Shaw Jr. was convicted by a Baltimore City jury for the second degree murder of Steven Krug. Shaw was also convicted of using a handgun in a crime of violence.

For Immediate Release 10/25/2016

On Monday, Bagada Dionas was sentenced to 108 years in prison for second degree murder, three counts of first degree assault, and four deadly weapon charges.

For Immediate Release 10/21/2016

Glenn Banks could spend the next 65 years in prison after being convicted of murdering Darryl Whitehead, II.

For Immediate Release 10/20/16

Today, Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby introduced a five-point plan to change the way in which police-involved lethal force incidents are investigated, prosecuted, and reviewed. Mosby shared her proposal in West Baltimore at Coppin State University.

For Immediate Release 10/12/16

Jack Johnson, 49, has been convicted of third degree sex offense, second degree attempted sex offence, first and second degree assault, and false imprisonment.

For Immediate Release 10/6/2016

On Tuesday, the Office of the State’s Attorney for Baltimore City (SAO) announced new federal grant funding that will enable the SAO to hire a new prosecutor to work exclusively on domestic violence and sexual assault cases involving teenagers.

For Immediate Release 10/6/2016

Michael Jennings was sentenced to two counts of child abuse and one count of child abuse resulting in death.

For Immediate Release 10/5/2016

In August, Donnell Walker was convicted of first degree murder, use of a firearm in a crime of violence, and reckless endangerment for executing Victor Gwaltney and shooting another man.

For Immediate Release 10/5/2016

Trace Hanse faces life in prison plus 60 years after being convicted of first degree murder, first degree assault, two counts of use of a handgun in a crime of violence, prohibited possession and home invasion.

For Immediate Release 9/30/2016

Brandon Wilder, who was convicted in the murder of his own brother, Ramon Wilder, has been sentenced to life plus 30 years.