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A Havre de Grace man, who pleaded guilty to stealing tons of aluminum from Aberdeen Proving Ground when he was employed at the installation, was sentenced to a year of home detention by a federal judge Wednesday. In U.S. District Court in Baltimore,...
Tags: Theft, Punishment, Lawyers, Court Preliminary, FBI
Federal prosecutors in Maryland hauled in almost $25 million owed to the U.S. government and victims of federal crimes in the most recent fiscal year, the U.S. Attorney's Office said. The office said it collected $11 million in criminal cases, mostly as...
It was no secret that Cherrie Gammon, a dancer at Baltimore's Club Pussycat, was sleeping with a city police officer, according to trial testimony. But when a drug boss on The Block was arrested, Gammon worried that the relationship and her alleged side...
Tags: Drug Trafficking, Murder, Leon Day, Criminals, Organized Crime
A Landover business owner pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday to failing to account for and pay employment taxes, leading to a more than $2.2 million tax loss, federal authorities said. Alphonso Tillman, 44, of Fort Washington, had been president...
The former CEO of Severna Park-based Wings to Go pleaded guilty Monday to wire fraud for embezzling more than $885,000 from the franchise company to pay for prostitutes and phone sex, the U.S. attorney's office in Baltimore announced. Mark Chandler...
A 25-year-old Gambrills man was sentenced Tuesday to eight years in prison for possession of child pornography, including images depicting "sadistic and violent conduct" toward children, according to prosecutors. Robert Jay Hudson II, who pleaded...
Federal agents in Baltimore helped lead an operation that this week seized and shut down nearly 700 U.S.-based websites linked to the sale of counterfeit pharmaceutical drugs as part of an international effort to upend the global online drug trade. The...
Would putting more polluters behind bars help restore the Chesapeake Bay? The Center for Progressive Reform believes it would. In a new report, the a pro-regulatory think tank argues that both state and federal authorities prosecute water polluters...
Tags: Laws, Punishment, Think Tanks, Criminals, Environmental Issues
Two brothers whose Rosedale auto body shop became the focus of a federal investigation into widespread corruption in the Baltimore Police Department were sentenced to prison Wednesday. Hernan Alexis Moreno, 32, of Rosedale and Edwin Javier Mejia, 29,...
A moving company truck driver, who got into an altercation while on the job then fled police, was sentenced to eight years in federal prison Wednesday for ramming his company truck into several cars on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway, injuring the...
email@example.comA former Hagerstown man charged two years ago with possession of child pornography was sentenced in federal court this week to more than 11 years in prison. Brian Keith Netzer could be looking at an additional 10 years in state prison for an alleged...
A Baltimore landlord with a long history of violating lead-paint poisoning laws was sentenced Wednesday to a year and a day in prison by a federal judge, who called the now-bankrupt businessman a "scofflaw." Cephus Murrell, 69, of Catonsville sat...
Tags: Renovation, Punishment, Laws, Arts and Culture, Rentals
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