Nazir Williams, 16, was indicted in the murder of 15-year-old De'ontae Smith, who died after a Feb. 5 fight involving several juveniles outside a McDonald's at North Howard and West Fayette streets. Two other teens were wounded.
About 2 p.m., the teens ended up in an area that merchants said was unusually crowded with parade-goers when the fight broke out. Police released surveillance images that pictured the killer in a purple shirt and white hat — with his arm raised.
After the stabbing, police initially said there was no information linking Smith and the teens involved in the fight to the Super Bowl parade. Smith's family felt the city was trying to distance the city's proud celebration from the murder. But a day later, police acknowledged that Smith was downtown for the parade.
The usual suspect once again.
I wonder of Nick Moseby will introduce legislation to boycott downtown Baltimore?