Baltimore panhandlers say donations are down since stabbing

Baltimore panhandlers say donations are down since stabbing

BALTIMORE (WBFF) - The murder of a Harford County woman who rolled down her window to give money to a panhandlers, has impacted people begging in Baltimore City.

Panhandlers say people are afraid to roll down their windows since the fatal stabbing of the Good Samaritan.

Panhandlers say they have noticed a considerable difference in donations during the past few days. They say people are scared.

One man holding a ‘homeless Vet’ sign explained to FOX45: "I'm getting the waves but no one is rolling down their windows. They're scared, and it's hard to blame them."

Some of the homeless say they need three dollars each day to stay at one of the nightly shelters in downtown Baltimore.

They say that is the reason they are asking for cash.

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