Mean while in Baltimore A Woman Came Up ON A Kid And Started A Conversation And The Woman Open Fire On The 11 Year Old 3/16/2019

A Baltimore woman just walked up to a kid on Cherry Hill playground Late Thursday afternoon, Start talking to a young boy she did not know, Then opened fire on the boy and his mother, Police said,

Nichole George ,31, of seagull ave ,is charged with several counts of attempted first – degree murder, first and second degree assault and Hand gun Violations,according to police.

“Geaorge started talking with the 11 year old boy and not to long after they started to talk she allegedly pulled out a gun and shot both the 11 year old and the mother. The commissioner says detective are still working on the why part of this story.

When she pulled out the gun and shot the mother and her kid there where dozens of other kids in the park

George is being held at Baltimore central booking. The charge were not listed in court friday morning.

Friday there was a community meeting at the park people got together to mourn this incident . As wellsorganizations like the anti-violence program for safe streets

Gathered next to the play ground to pray for the boy and his mother.

Police said the attack took place just before 6 pm near round road and seagull avenue . The boy was shot in his hand and head. His mother , 34, was shot in the upper body. Both were takedn to the hospital for treament.

This crazy girl return to the scene and was arrested on sight;The young boy was listed as critical but stable condition friday mourning.

The icident is just the latest incident of Baltimore children becoming victims of gun violence.In November another kid was seriously injured by gun violences 5 year old Amy Hayes this young woman was just walking to the store . Amy Hayes has a relative who was also shot Taylor Hayes a 7 year old girl who was fatally shot in july while riding in the back seat of a car in southweat Baltimore

Taylor Hayes
Amy Hayes

Major Monique Brown, commander of the Southern District, who responded to the shooting and attended Friday’s vigil, said violence against children is especially difficult. As a mother and grandmother, she said it’s hard not to internalize the incident.

“You go home , you can’t sleep. I think ” i could have done more?”

The community came up and stepped up and helped the police make a arrest in the case. I say “SAY NO TO NO SNITCHING”

Judge Denies $38 Million Verdict For the Family of a Black Woman Killed by Police 2/23/2019

Baltimore, MD — The family of Korryn Gaines, who was shot and killed by a police officer three years ago, is disappointed after a Baltimore County judge has overturned the decision of a jury that awarded them over $38 million in damages for her wrongful death.In 2016, local police officers went to Gaines’ apartment to serve an arrest warrant for failing to appear in court for two different charges. Gaines, who was found inside the apartment with her boyfriend and her two children, allegedly pointed a gun at the officers.

After a 6-hour standoff, police officers fired shots when she allegedly threatened to kill them, although their neighbors told different stories. Gaines was fatally shot and her now-6-year-old son, Kodi, was injured.

Her family filed a lawsuit against Baltimore County Police and Cpl. Royce Ruby, the officer who fatally shot her, claiming that they used excessive force. The jury sided with the family and last year, they were awarded $38 million in damages, which included $33 million to her son, Kodi, $4.5 million to her daughter, Karsyn, and $9,000 to her parents and estate.

However, Judge Mickey J. Norman recently dismissed the claims and denied the family of the award. Norman stated in his ruling that Ruby’s actions were “objectively reasonable” and did not violate her rights against unlawful seizure. He noted the “qualified immunity” that protect law enforcement and government officials from civil liability when doing their job.

Gaines’ family said that they are planning to appeal the judge’s ruling.

“It’s devastating to a certain extent, but they’re a very faithful family,” J. Wyndal Gordon, the family’s attorney, told The Baltimore Sun. “It’s not over.”