Baltimore police release video of brutal light rail murder, $8K reward offered
Baltimore police released video on Wednesday of the beating of a homeless man who was trying to cross a train tracks on the Baltimore Inner Harbor. Police said the video captures video of the man being punched and kicked and stomped on the ground until he fell to the ground. The police said the victim, a 32-year-old homeless man, suffered injuries to his head, ribs, and chest while he was stomped on the ground by a man who was trying to break free of officers who had tried to arrest him.
The police said the victim’s injuries are consistent with the injury sustained by the victim in the brutal attack after he attempted to cross the tracks. The police said that the homeless man suffered fractures to his skull, cheek, ribs, and sternum. The police said they are investigating the incident.
The police said they have issued information leading up to Tuesday night’s incident, which happened around 7:30 p.m. Tuesday near the intersection of West Lombard Street and North Howard Street. Police said that no arrests have been made.
They released the video to the media and released the following message:
Police have identified a suspect in the brutal beating of a homeless man attempting to cross a railroad tracks in Baltimore.
In the attack, police said, the 32-year-old homeless man suffered injuries to his head, ribs, chest, and sternum. He was arrested by the Baltimore Police Department’s Street Crimes Unit.
The victim was last seen wearing a black hooded sweatshirt when he attempted to cross Baltimore’s Inner Harbor on the tracks Tuesday evening. Baltimore police said the victim was suffering from severe beatings and his injuries are consistent with the victim, 32-year-old homeless man, who suffered fractures to his skull, cheek, ribs, and sternum. During the attack, the suspect, 32-year-old homeless man, was charged with attempted murder and assault.
Investigators said the victim’s injuries are consistent with the injury sustained by the victim in the brutal attack after he attempted to cross the tracks. The police said they