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Fentanyl-related deaths skyrocket in Baltimore
DEA official says drug difficult to detect in mail, and Home Boy Nine-Score eats eight in an Alley off Frederick and Monroe

Fentanyl is fifty times more powerful than heroin. “A dose of heroin is about a 10th of a gram, but fentanyl comes in micro-doses of one one thousandth of a gram, which is a grain of salt.” One “sniff” can kill you. But that doesn’t stop addicts from seeking it out. It’s the ultimate high after all. Whether you survive it or not.


Any more good news, Jeremy? Less freaks every day in my city, yay!


Updated: 7:18 AM EST Feb 7, 2017

Omar Jimenez

News Reporter


Over the past two years, fentanyl-related deaths have skyrocketed and officials said the product itself coming by a method we all use almost every day.

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Police make arrest in fatal shooting outside Royal Farms in SW Baltimore

Dallas Evans, 29, faces first-degree murder charge

Updated: 1:42 PM EST Feb 7, 2017

Dallas Evans [only mother's love mug shot]

Courtesy Baltimore City police [Click on the article link just so you can see the photo of this upstanding citizen.]

Ron Snyder

Digital Editor


A 29-year-old man was arrested and charged Monday in connection to a fatal shooting last month in southwest Baltimore, city police said.

Police said Dallas Evans, of the 4500 block of Cedar Garden Road, is charged with first-degree for the Jan. 27 shooting of a 33-year-old man outside of a Royal Farms convenience store in the 1800 block of Washington Boulevard.

Evans was arrested while in the 200 block of West 29th Street, police said.

Police said an officer heard gunfire on the night of the shooting and found the victim as a car speed away from the scene.

Anyone with information on this case is asked to call police at 410-396-2100 or Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7LOCKUP or text tips and video to 443-902-4824.


"Yo, Nine-Score, lookout fo dat—bap, bap, bap, bap, bap, bap, bap, bap—eight in da chess, yo, dat shit mus' hurt—she'd you dead. What da use!"

This is almost word-for-word what the hoody-wearing street skulker that watched Nine-Score [who had been arrested for firearms violations and for one other charge three times in the past 30 days] out on the street the day after his release on bail, flashing his nine at a whole squad of "muvafuckin' Five-O pouncin' like alley cats out a a burnin' vacant! Only 18, a life cut short!"

Yes, the Harm City Hood Rats scored again yesterday, Tuesday the 7th on a sacrifice fly at that, as Nine-Score bailed from his ride and the poleeses gave chase.

Here's a Forty to Nine-Score!

Jeremy's Update

Man Released From Jail Monday Shot and Killed by Harm City Police Tuesday

“Police said officers saw a car driving erratically and called for the police helicopter to assist. They pursued the suspect and came face-to-face with him in an alley. Police said the officer saw a gun and shot the suspect.”

"I was in shock, when everyone else hit the ground, I was still standing, I was in shock," said a man identified as Roy, who witnessed the scene. "The dude on foot, the one who was chasing him down, boom, they hit him like eight times."

The uncut interview with this guy was classic!

“Baltimore police media relations Chief T.J. Smith said the suspect had been arrested three times in the past month, and that he just got out of jail Monday.”

"This 18-year-old suspect has been arrested twice in the past month with a handgun, and he was arrested once for another incident in the past month. He just got out of jail yesterday on felony gun and drug charges," Smith said.”

“Smith said officers recovered a gun at the scene.”

Man released from jail Monday shot, killed by police Tuesday

Police-involved shooting reported in southwest Baltimore

Adam May Anchor/Reporter


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