Singles Darian Edwards makes a grab for the hat of Det. Jim Mingle as he and Det. Thomas Stoner walk the Poe Homes beat in the 800 block of West Lexington St. in Baltimore. A group of local children had gathered around the two as they investigated fireworks in the area. As crime mounts in Baltimore, Mayor Sheila Dixon ordered detectives and other non-uniformed officers to start walking foot patrols. A man screams "Hands up!" after being chased by a police officer in downtown Baltimore near Lexington Market. The man, who police suspected of looting and property damage, was running from police before he fell and was arrested. The looting and unrest April 27, 2015, followed the burial of Freddie Gray, who died while in police custody. Six officers were indicted in the cases brought by Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby. "I didn't do so well the first time," Robert Smith said after giving his wife, Karen, a big kiss after renewing their vows before a Hagerstown Sun baseball game. The Hagerstown couple has been married 15 years and have three children, including 7-year-old Michael (R) who seems surprised at his parent's smooch. Five couples participated in Renew Your Vows night at the minor league ball park. As he has for two years, Justin Johnson, 13, makes a late-night train ride home to Hammond, Ind., after his cello lesson at the Sherwood Conservatory of Music in downtown Chicago. “I’ve got to get on that train every week, but I know God’s got my back,” Justin says. “And I know if somebody tries something, I’ll put that cello upside his head.” A salwater cowboy leads a pony separated from the heard to make the swim across the channel from Assateague Island to Chincoteague Island. On the last Wednesday of July, the tradition of swimming the wild Chincoteague ponies takes place, as memorialized in the 1947 book "Misty of Chincoteague" by Marguerite Henry. Author Stephen Dixon's first book, a collection of short stories, was written on a typewriter and published in 1976 when he was 40. That is all he has ever used, even for the 30 since. Considered a "writer's writer" who obsessively chronicles his own life in his many novels, he is retiring from Johns Hopkins University where he has taught creative writing for many years. He lives in Towson with his wife, Anne, who finally asked her husband to stop writing about his every reaction to her debilitating illness. Tyrek Hodge, 11, was trying to attend the Ravens' Super Bowl celebration at M&T Bank Stadium with his mother, Tiffany, when the two got caught up in a stampede outside the stadium and the boy was seriously injured. Tyrek, a Ray Rice fan, suffered a concussion, an injury to his and eye and several lacerations. Orioles first baseman Chris Davis (19) and outfielder Chris Dickerson (60) lounge in the lobby of the Orioles baseball complex for their turn with the team's video crew during photo day. Each spring training the players spend a morning in full uniform being photographed by various media outlets and the team's photographers. A wrestler refuses to leave the mat after losing in the quarterfinal round of the Maine State Wrestling Championships. He was protesting after accusing the opposing wrestler of allegedly biting him during the match. He soon left the mat. Bengals cornerback Adam Jones (24) grabs Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith (82) by his hair at the Bengals 41. Smith gained 28 yards on the Joe Flacco pass, but no penalty was called for the hair-pulling incident. Baltimore beat the Bengals 31-24 at M&T Bank Stadium.