By Thomas Madison

As of noon, Monday, there have been 27 shootings and 8 homicides over Memorial Day weekend in Baltimore. Two and a half days, eight murders – nearly four a day, making May the deadliest month in Baltimore history since December, 1999. And there are still six and a half days left in the month.

Morale is “in the sewer,” claimed one Baltimore police officer. While shootings and murders are way up, arrests are way down. Afraid of being arrested themselves for excessive force or worse, police are fearful for their own safety, and the low arrest numbers bear that out.

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From Chuck Ross, Daily Caller

Baltimore has seen 27 shootings and eight deaths so far over Memorial Day weekend, as the month of May promises to be the most violent the city has seen this century.

“It is disheartening that we are seeing such an increase in violence, especially when we think about the progress that we’ve made,” Baltimore mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake told WJZ. “We’ve come too far to have this type of setback.”

The sharp uptick in violence coincided with the April 12 arrest of Freddie Gray. Gray, 25, died in police custody a week later. The case sparked rioting and looting in the city and nationwide protests over police brutality. Six officers involved in Gray’s arrest and transport were indicted last week by a grand jury. Charges include second-degree depraved-heart murder and manslaughter.

According to Baltimore Sun reporter Justin Fenton, crime in the city has reached levels not seen since 1999.

The city did not reach the 100 murder threshold until July last year.

One anonymous Baltimore cop came forward anonymously last week to say that officer morale is “in the sewer.” The officer told CNN that cops in the city are concerned for their safety and worried about being unfairly accused of using excessive force.

CNN’s Anderson Cooper noted during the interview segment that before Freddie Gray’s arrest, city officers made 626 arrests per week on average. Last week, 358 arrests were made.

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