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Saturday, 5 June 2010

18-year-old arrested earlier this week was charged Friday with fatally shooting a man during a spate of violence in Baltimore

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18-year-old arrested earlier this week was charged Friday with fatally shooting a man during a spate of violence in Baltimore over the Memorial Day weekend, according to a police spokesman.

Police said officers caught the suspect — Shawn Demetrice Jones — with a loaded revolver on North Lakewood Avenue in East Baltimore's McElderry Park, three blocks from where 18-year-old Davon Dorsey was shot in the head on North Rose Street about 1:15 a.m. Saturday.

That shooting and another slaying 45 minutes earlier and a few blocks away on East Monument Street were the start of a weekend of bloodshed that left 10 people dead across Baltimore from early Saturday through Tuesday afternoon.

Police have said they believe the shootings on East Monument and North Rose streets are related and tied to gangs.

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