Baltimore Plan Due to Fight Homicide Surge

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Wadell Tate, 97, was bludgeoned to death in his pajamas inside the two-story rowhouse he’d owned for six decades and refused to leave. Tate, one of Baltimore’s oldest homicide victims in decades, is a symbol of the relentless violence that has claimed 211 lives so far this year. Today, Mayor Catherine Pugh is scheduled to announce her plan to tackle the record-setting surge in homicides. Whatever the city pursues will come too late for Tate, a . . .

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