In the wake of a major court victory, the mother of Korryn Gaines, Rhanda Dormeus, wants people to know exactly what happened to her daughter. In a sobering interview with Baltimore Beat, the grieving mother makes clear that family members tried multiple times to intervene and to de-escalate the situation between…
A Maryland jury has awarded the family of Korryn Gaines more than $37 million in damages in their civil lawsuit against Baltimore County for the death of Gaines, who was shot to death by a police officer in August 2016.
Attorneys representing the 6-year-old son of Korryn Gaines—who was gunned down in her Randallstown, Md., apartment by a Baltimore County police officer last year—have filed an amended lawsuit that disputes details of the shooting as told by police.
Tawon Boyd called 911 for help on Sept. 18, 2016. After ending up in a physical struggle with the Baltimore County police officers who answered that call, he died in a hospital three days later. Now his family has filed a lawsuit against the police officers, a paramedic and an EMT who responded to that call for help.
A 21-year-old Essex, Md., man who was hospitalized after a fight with Baltimore County Police has died.
The family of Korryn Gaines, the young Maryland mother who was shot and killed by a Baltimore County police officer in August, is planning to file a $4 million lawsuit alleging wrongful death, CBS Baltimore reports.
The Baltimore County police officer who fatally shot a 23-year-old mother after an hourslong standoff was involved in another fatal shooting in 2007, the Associated Press reports.
Updated Tuesday, Aug. 2, 10:23 a.m. EDT: On Tuesday morning, BallerAlert posted a tweet, which the site reported showed two videos that Gaines took of the incident before she was killed. In one video, an officer in full SWAT gear appears to be seen standing in the corner looking at Gaines. In another, Gaines appears…