Baltimore police are adjusting resources after a violent weekend

BALTIMORE - Darryl Dovi told his fiancee, "He got me good, I'm going to die."  She wasn't ready to speak on camera, but she told us the man who friends called "Delray" was stabbed to death in her home on Winston Ave. in North Baltimore.

She says a man walked into her home around 7 a.m. Sunday.  The door was unlocked. Delray was out to protect her, according to a close friend. 

"He was a good guy.  He was a provider.  And anyone who know anything, step up," said a friend, who did not want his identity revealed. 

Baltimore police confirm the stabbing and say they are still searching for a suspect.

"It really shocked me.  I was really upset about that because I didn't feel as though he deserved that," said Angela Chapman, a neighbor. 

Chapman says Delray was a giving man, but he was caught up with the wrong crowd.

We have also learned who was shot and killed on Gorsuch Avenue in Waverly about five hours before.  Police say Lamont Logan was shot several times.  He died about 20 minutes later.

"I was outside and heard someone screaming," said Angel Tracey, a neighbor.  Tracey said she’s not surprised by the violence.  “Not in this area.  There’s something always happening,” she said.

There's a third victim from Sunday morning.  A man found shot to death in a field on West Bay Ave.

Police say they are adjusting their resources after the violence. 

"The police department is going to be reviewing its strategies.  You'll see a definite change, an application of resources to the affected crime areas," said Det. Ruganzu Howard, Baltimore Police Dept. spokesman.

Baltimore is up to 140 homicides for the year, 10 fewer than this date last year.  But it's too much for a man who leaves behind a 16-year-old daughter and a fiancee whom he was supposed to marry next month.

"I wish they would turn himself in, whoever did it, cause they can't run forever," Chapman said. 

No one has been arrested in connection with the three homicides Sunday morning.  If you want to give an anonymous report, you can call 410-396-2100.

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