Top Baltimore news: 25 corrections officers charged in gang conspiracy; Zirkin to resign; more

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Citing social media, mayor warns about a van snatching girls to sell organs

Baltimore Mayor Jack Young cited social media as his source for the claim that a white van was driving around Baltimore "snatching" young girls. Police have no reported incidents so far.

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State Sen. Bobby Zirkin to resign next month

State Sen. Bobby Zirkin, who has led the Maryland Senate’s high-profile justice committee for five years, is resigning from office.

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Former Baltimore gang member's 'no shoot zones' aim to curb gun violence

There are nearly 200 "no shoot zones" across the Baltimore area, most of them spray-painted by Tyree Moorehead, a Baltimore rapper and former gang member.

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25 Baltimore corrections officers charged in gang conspiracy

The officers have been indicted on charges including gang participation, assault, misconduct in office and related counts of conspiracy charges.

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Man shot, killed in west Baltimore

Officers were called around 2:28 a.m. Tuesday to the 2400 block of W. Baltimore Street to investigate a shooting. When they arrived, they found a 31-year-old man suffering from gunshot wounds.

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