Baltimore's success rate arresting 'Public Enemy No. 1'

Posted at 6:58 PM, Sep 06, 2016

Baltimore arrested public enemy No. 1 Tuesday. This year, police have arrested four "public enemy" criminals. 

Alan Floyd was the year's first public enemy No. 1 Accused of a New Year's Day fire that killed a 61-year-old woman, he was captured four days after police shared his name. 

Dontae Breeden, wanted for one of the final killings of 2015, was arrested five days after police first announced his name. 

Carl Cooper opened fire at a shopping center, striking a 90-year-old and her 81-year-old brother. This public enemy was arrested eight days after the announcement.

Then, Tuesday, Marion Daughton was arrested the same day police released her name. 

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Looking at the numbers, the average timeframe to capture one of Baltimore’s public enemy No. 1, is between five and six days. But, it’s worth mentioning, while police are batting a thousand with this method we don’t know where detectives are in their investigations when they put that label on someone.