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Baltimore's top Public Enemies of 2016

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Posted at 12:50 PM, Dec 05, 2016
and last updated 2016-12-05 18:32:44-05

When Baltimore Police announce a "Public Enemy No. 1," it usually leads to a quick arrest. 

RELATED: Public Enemy No. 1 ID'd in stabbing of 73-year-old man

Police announced Monday they're looking for their latest public enemy, Christopher Straham, who's wanted on first-degree murder charges in the fatal stabbing of a 73-year-old man on Pulaski Highway.

Here's a look back at others declared public enemies this year. 

Alan Floyd, arrested Jan. 5 

Floyd was accused of a New Year's Day fire that killed a 61-year-old woman, and was arrested four days after Baltimore Police announced his name. Floyd is scheduled to go on trial in January, according to court records.

Dontae Breeden, arrested Jan. 27

Breeden was wanted for the December 2015 murder of Rykeise Shaw. He was arrested five days after police released his name. A jury trial is scheduled for January, according to court records. 

Carl Cooper, arrested March 4

Cooper was declared Public Enemy No. 1 for the Feb. 22 shooting of two elderly siblings. He was arrested in Fayetteville, N.C. eight days later. A jury trial is scheduled for March, according to court records. 

Marion Daughton, Sept. 6

Daughton was arrested the same day police released her name back in September. She was arrested in connection with a triple shooting that left one person dead over Labor Day weekend. A jury trial is scheduled for March, according to court records.