Jul 08, 2015

Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts Has Been Fired

Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts has been fired, according to a Wednesday press release from Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. Deputy Police Commissioner Kevin Davis will become

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