BALTIMORE - The man described by Baltimore Police as "Public enemy number one" remains at large.
Homicide detectives have obtained an arrest warrant for Darryl Anderson. Investigators have charged Anderson, 25, with first-degree murder, attempted murder and various assault and weapons charges.
"Every single cop in Baltimore city is looking for him. Right now we consider him public enemy number one," said Col. Darryl DeSousa, of the Baltimore City Police Department.
Police say Anderson is a member of the Black Guerilla Family gang.
On the evening of June 27th, three women were shot on Elmora Avenue in Northeast Baltimore.
One of them, Gennie Shird, died.
Police already have a suspect, Tierra Fallin, in custody in connection with that crime, but now they say it was Darryl Anderson who pulled the trigger.
Three days later, they say Anderson broke into a home on Moore's Run Court, and shot a man during the course of a robbery.
And last year, police in Baltimore County say Anderson shot and killed a man in the parking lot of the now-closed "Tee-Bee's" bar in Parkville.
"This guy is running around Baltimore, incident after incident after incident, he's not in Cancun, he's not in California, he's here in Baltimore," Col. DeSousa said. "He thinks he can hide but we're going to find him."
Police say Anderson should be considered armed and dangerous; anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call 911.
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