The Sun reports there's been an exceptional surge of violence since the death of Freddie Gray in April with more than a homicide a day. (Video via WBFF)
The city erupted into protests and violence after Gray's death in police custody.
He was reportedly in good health before he was arrested but died from multiple injuries sustained while in the back of a police van.
Gray's death was later ruled a homicide and the six police officers in charge of him were arrested on homicide charges.
Saturday's killings took place hours after the 300 Men March in Baltimore. The anti-violence group's slogan is simply, "We must stop killing each other."