Baltimore Police announced Saturday afternoon that Public Enemy No. 1 is the man who viciously shot and killed a mother of eight.
Darius Neal, 18, is wanted for the brutal murder of Charmaine Wilson, 37, a mother of eight, six of those children are under 18.
According to authorities on June 12 Wilson called the police twice—first after two boys tried to steal her son’s bike, and the second time just after 9 p.m. when a group of boys assaulted her son.
Less than ten minutes after police left Wilson’s home, two men wearing mask shot Wilson twice in front of her children.
Moments later Wilson died from her wounds.
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During a press conference Saturday afternoon Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis said, “The suspect is an imminent threat to the safety of citizens. His actions have truly shocked the conscious of our community.”
Police believe the suspect has not left Baltimore. They are asking people to call 911 or the homicide tip line with information regarding the suspect whereabouts.
Police are confident that by naming the suspect as Public Enemy No 1. he will be in custody, it’s just a matter of time.