Top Baltimore news: Man killed in Glen Oaks; retired priest accused of inappropriate touching; more

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Baltimore woman awoke to sounds of gunfire, learns 3 women ambushed, shot

Burnes Garrison, 60, was tucked soundly asleep in bed at her Patterson Park home. It was the middle of the night after all, about 2:30 on a Sunday morning. Then the shooting started.

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County police detective charged with DUI suspended with pay

A Baltimore County police detective was charged with drunken driving after being clocked driving 105 mph on Interstate 95 in Baltimore early Sunday, according to court records.

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County Council hears arguments about gun shop security bill

The bill, known as the Secure All Firearms Effectively, or SAFE, Act would create a new license for firearm stores and temporary gun shows in the county if approved.

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Man shot, killed in Glen Oaks

Police say a 31-year-old man died after being shot multiple times in the city’s Glen Oaks neighborhood early Tuesday night.

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Retired priest removed from active ministry over allegations of inappropriate touching

The archdiocese of Baltimore has removed a retired priest in residence at St. Agnes/St. William of York Parish from active ministry and from residence in the parish over allegations of inappropriate touching.

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