Office of the State's Attorney for Baltimore City

SAO Press Releases

For Immediate Release 8/3/2016
 
After pleading guilty to armed robbery, first degree assault and use of a firearm in the commission of a crime of violence in May, Jason Sharp has been sentenced to 30 years suspend all but 10 years, the first five without parole.

For Immediate Release 7/27/16

Following a brief hearing in court Wednesday morning, Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby held a press conference at Gilmor Homes—the site of the arrest that led to Freddie Gray’s untimely death while in police custody— to announce publicly that the Office of the State’s Attorney will not prosecute Officer Garrett Miller and Sgt. Alicia White and has declined to retry Officer William Porter.

For Immediate Release 7/22/16

Andre Mixon has been sentenced to life plus 10 years for committing murder in the first degree and using a handgun in the commission of a crime of violence.

For Immediate Release 7/21/16

Michael Hauck is facing life plus 30 years in prison after a jury found him guilty of first degree murder and arson.

For Immediate Release 7/21/16

Lawrence Grant has been sentenced to ten years in prison, after being found guilty of attempted voluntary manslaughter.

For Immediate Release 7/21/2016

Michael Kimble was sentenced to 35 years—the first 10 without the possibility of parole— after being convicted of several drug and weapons charges.

For Immediate Release 7/15/16

Assistant State’s Attorney Sharon R. Holback successfully sealed a conviction in the shooting death of Ramon Wilder. Brandon Wilder, the victim’s brother, was convicted of both first degree murder, attempted robbery with a deadly or dangerous weapon, conspiracy to commit both robbery with a deadly weapon and armed carjacking, and use of a handgun in the commission of a crime of violence. Theodore Grice, the accomplice, was also convicted of conspiracy to commit robbery and carjacking.

For Immediate Release 7/13/2016

Michael Warren Hamilton could spend the next 33 years in prison after a jury found him guilty of second degree murder and possession of a deadly weapon.

For Immediate Release 7/8/16

Yahsim Vaughn was found guilty of attempted second degree murder, two counts of first degree assault, two counts of reckless endangerment, conspiracy to commit second degree assault, conspiracy to commit first degree assault, attempted robbery with a deadly weapon, and conspiracy to commit robbery with a deadly weapon.

For Immediate Release 7/5/2016

Breyon Cason has been found guilty of accessory to murder in the shooting death of one-year-old Carter Scott, of Cherry Hill, after her car was used to flee from the murder scene.