Maryland man beaten to death in Toronto
A 26-year-old Maryland man was beaten to death in what police called an unprovoked attack early Saturday in Toronto, where he had gone to attend a bachelor party. Julian Jones was punched and kicked in his head in downtown Toronto and taken to a hospital where he died, Toronto police said. He was attacked by a group of as many as nine men, police said. Jones was believed to be alone. Investigators don’t know what caused the attack but believe it was unprovoked, Toronto Police Constable Craig Brister said. Police did not have Jones’ address but said he was at a bachelor party with a group believed to be from Maryland. Police said they are interviewing witnesses and reviewing surveillance camera footage. In a separate incident, a 29-year-old man was injured in a shooting in the 3500 block of Reisterstown Road in the Park Circle neighborhood of Northwest Baltimore about 1:30 a.m. Sunday. He was taken to an area hospital. Citywide shooting detectives are investigating. Anyone with information should call detectives at 410396-2221 or the anonymous Metro Crime Stoppers tip line at 1-866-7LOCKUP.
Motorcyclist dies in Woodlawn crash
A man driving a motorcycle was killed after colliding with a car in Woodlawn on Sunday evening, Baltimore County police said. The crash happened on Liberty Road and Brubar Court around 6 p.m., police said. A car pulled onto Liberty Road from Brubar Court, and a motorcycle traveling westbound on Liberty Road collided with the car. The driver of the motorcycle was thrown from the bike another car traveling westbound on Liberty Road drove over him as he was lying in the road, police said. The man was pronounced dead at the scene. He has not yet been publicly identified, pending family notification. St. John’s can afford to do so, the college said. A smaller portion will be designated for the college’s annual fund, ensuring future donations are protected as “long-term investments,” the college said.
17-year-old stabbed in Lansdowne
Baltimore County police were called early Saturday to Saint Agnes Hospital, where a male teenager was seeking treatment for stab wounds. The 17-year-old victim said he was in the 4000 block of McDowell Lane in Lansdowne when he was stabbed. He remains hospitalized and is expected to survive. Police ask that anyone with information call 410-307-2020.