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Baltimore County detectives say members of MS-13 stalked the 21-year-old stabbed him to death attributed the killing to a war between two Latino street gangs the 18th Street and MS-13

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It only took Daniel Alejandro Alvarado Cuellar flashing a hand sign of the 18th Street gang for rivals to begin plotting his murder.

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Baltimore County detectives say members of MS-13 stalked the 21-year-old home from the laundromat in July and stabbed him to death — one killer allegedly armed with a machete-style knife — outside his apartment in Towson. Investigators attributed the killing to a war between two Latino street gangs, the 18th Street and MS-13.

 

“The victim had been seen making a hand gesture that was believed to be indicative of an affiliation with the 18th Street,” detectives wrote in charging documents.

Hit and Run Victim Herman Walters III died doing something he was passionate about riding his motorcycle.

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Herman Walters III died doing something he was passionate about — riding his motorcycle.

It’s an undeniable fact that accidents happen, and when they involve motorcycles the risk of fatalities is greater than for those on four wheels.

But for Juliana Baughman, the mother of the 31-year-old motorcyclist killed by a hit-and-run driver on July 28, she’ll always be left wondering whether or not her son might have survived had the driver did the right thing by stopping and calling for help immediately.

“Rocky,” as he was known to his friends and family, was born June 13, 1988, at Sinai Grace Hospital in Detroit. Ironically, that’s also the place where he died.

Rocky’s father, the late Herman “Skip” Walters, also rode a motorcycle and gave his son his first ride at the age of 4.

Rocky Walters grew up hunting and camping. The Westland re

2020 Harley-Davidson New Model Announcement

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The 2020 LiveWire is arguably the most anticipated new motorcycle to hit showroom floors in a long time. The American-made electric motorcycle may be a game changer for H-D.
The 2020 LiveWire is arguably the most anticipated new motorcycle to hit showroom floors in a long time. The American-made electric motorcycle may be a game changer for H-D. (Harley-Davidson Motor Company/)

The 2020 Harley-Davidson lineup is headlined by the long-awaited LiveWire electric motorcycle, but there are a few other internal-combustion-engine-powered bikes that might be of interest as well. Keep on reading for a quick look at the new Low Rider S, Road Glide Limited, and three new CVO models including the Tri Glide, Limited, and Street Glide.

“Harley-Davidson offers riders a host of new models, gear, and accessories for 2020 as we leverage our unmatched ability to blend style, performance, and technology in products designed to elevate the motorcycling experience,” said Heather Malenshek, Harley-Davidson chief marketing officer. “This year Harley-Davidson offers more choices for more riders than ever before.”

2020 Harley-Davidson LiveWire: $29,799–$30,149

The all-new 2020 Harley-Davidson LiveWire has been around as a prototype for nearly a half decade. H-D was keen to get this motorcycle perfect before unleashing it on public roads, so we have to assume this is the best version of the coolest new electric motorcycle to come along in years. Make no mistake; there is a lot riding on the LiveWire for Harley. The Motor Company is banking on the public buying into the electric bike market and, unlike the other big manufacturers, is the first of them all to put its money where its mouth is. H-D dealerships that offer the LiveWire will also be equipped with charging stations. If you have been hiding under a rock recently, you may want to check out our 2020 LiveWire First Ride and get up to speed on the motorcycle that may very well be ushering in a new era.

2020 Harley-Davidson LiveWire Specifications
Motor: H-D Revelation
Battery: 15.5 kWh Rechargeable Energy Storage System (RESS)
Range: 95–146 miles
Charging
Level 1 Compatible: 13 miles for each hour of charging
Level 2 Compatible: 13 miles for each hour of charging
DC Fast Charge: 192 miles for each hour, 0–80% = 40 min., 100% = 60 min.
Claimed Torque: 86 lb.-ft.
Claimed Horsepower: 105 hp
Length: 84.1 in.
Seat Height: 30.0 in.
Claimed Curb Weight: 549 lb.
Front Tire: 120/70-17
Rear Tire: 180/55-17

2020 Harley-Davidson Low Rider S: $17,999–$18,399

The 2020 Harley-Davidson Low Rider S brings a little more excitement to the Low Rider lineup with a dark, brooding appearance and a bit of muscle courtesy of the 114ci engine.
The 2020 Harley-Davidson Low Rider S brings a little more excitement to the Low Rider lineup with a dark, brooding appearance and a bit of muscle courtesy of the 114ci engine. (Harley-Davidson Motor Company/)

The new Low Rider S is an up-spec and completely blacked-out version of the popular Low Rider that has been a mainstay in the H-D lineup for years. The comfortable riding position starts with a motocross-style handlebar, f

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