BALTIMORE TRIPLE STABBING: Deontae Smith, 15, was fatally stabbed after the Baltimore Ravens parade Tuesday. He was among three teens — two 15 year olds and a 16 year old — stabbed in downtown Baltimore. Deontae Smith was pronounced dead at the Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Another triple stabbing occurred on Monday in which Darius Parks, 22, was pronounced dead at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center where he was transported. This stabbing occurred in the 200 block of E. Fayette Street.
Deontae Smith: An investigation revealed a large group of juveniles were engaged in a fight outside a McDonald’s, and police are reviewing CitiWatch surveillance cameras in the area.
“They have good leads,” Davis said.
Police described the other two teens injured as being in serious condition on Wednesday, Davis said.
A Ravens fan told The Sun he had seen a group fight in the same vicinity on his way back from the team’s victory parade, which began at City Hall and wound its way to M&T Bank Stadium drawing about 200,000 spectators including many children who had skipped school. Source
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