BALTIMORE — Within one week, Baltimore Police have arrested six suspects tied to separate incidents including two murders and two shootings.
Commissioner Michael Harrison is crediting the community with helping detectives close the cases.
"I am thankful to the many community members that have connected with officers and investigators in providing the vital information needed to close these cases,” said Harrison.
The latest case was the Thursday murder of MTA bus driver Marcus Parks, in the 1200 block of E. Fayette Street.
Late that night, police took Cameron Kane Silcott, 24, and Nichelle Nicole Green, 25, into custody following a standoff in the Perkins Homes.
Another case involved 16-year-old Jordan Daniel, who was shot and killed on September 29, in the 6500 block of Frankford Avenue.
Detectives arrested one suspect, 30 year-old Joseph “Blue” Williams, on October 4 inside a convenience store, blocks away from the murder scene.
A day later, 47 year-old George Fields was also arrested and charged with Daniel's killing.
Both men are being held without bail.
The second case was an October 2 shooting, that left a 42-year-old man wounded in the 1600 block of North Monroe Street.
On October 6, Antwan Terry, 46, was arrested for Attempted First Degree Murder.
That same day, 28 year-old Cierra Blake was arrested and charged for the July 14 overnight shooting of a 39-year-old woman in the 3300 block of W. Garrison Avenue.
Anyone with information on these cases can call Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7Lockup.