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July saw 45 homicides across Baltimore, a toll that matched the deadliest month in the city’s modern history and came amid a violent crime surge that has stretched the entire summer.
The killings occurred across the city, overwhelmingly in historically impoverished neighborhoods.
The victims included a 5-month-old boy and a 53-year-old grandmother, a teen stabbed to death in a dispute over a cell phone and a carryout deliveryman killed in a robbery.
The Baltimore Sun sought to profile each victim, through interviews with relatives, friends, neighbors and police, as well as information on social media — and to chronicle the impact on those left behind.
Six weeks after Josh Burnett’s death, Robin Johnson wore a T-shirt emblazoned with photos of her and her son, and bearing the words “Me & my baby.” She visits his grave frequently, she said, and she often feels his presence around the house when lights, faucets, or music turn on inexplicably. Josh was slain by a 13-year-old during a dispute over Burnett’s cellphone July 2, according to police.
All attendees wore blue and white, the boys’ favorite colors, his mother said.
Johnson wears Josh’s shirts now to feel close to him, and she’s planning on getting a tattoo to honor all of her children.