Sports Now
UFC 190: Ronda Rousey KOs Bethe Correia in the first round
Topics

Baltimore Police Department

Emails reveal concerns, offers of help from business leaders after unrest

Emails reveal concerns, offers of help from business leaders after unrest

The morning after the city broke out in riots on April 27, T. Rowe Price Group CEO James A.C. Kennedy sent an email to Baltimore Deputy Mayor Colin Tarbert. Attached were two tweets, one calling for protests at T. Rowe and other major downtown businesses, and another saying "imagine if" rioters targeted the city's money management firms or port instead of their own neighborhoods. "Colin, I assume that you see these. Looks like there are some who want to target our building," Kennedy wrote at 9:42 a.m. April 28. Before, during and after the unrest spurred by the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray from injuries sustained in police custody, business leaders in...

Loading
68°