City councilman addresses violent crime in Baltimore
Councilman Antonio Glover, D-District 13, responded to the scene of a quadruple shooting Wednesday night.
On Thursday, he spoke with Two Way Talk host Anthony McCarthy about the city’s violence and how he is working tirelessly to bring change to the community.
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BALTIMORE (AP) — Police say a quadruple shooting in Baltimore left three men dead, including an anti-violence worker.
Officers responding to the scene in the East Baltimore neighborhood on Wednesday night found four men suffering from apparent gunshot wounds.
Three died and the fourth is expected to survive. Officials say one of those killed was DaShawn McGrier, a Safe Streets violence interrupter.
Safe Streets outreach workers mediate disputes in an effort to prevent violence and work to steer young people away from violence.
McGrier is the third Safe Streets worker killed in the city since last January. Mayor Brandon Scott called the shooting “a horrific tragedy."