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Fight or Flight: Anthony Harris has two weeks to turn himself in before spending the next 15 years in prison

Fight or Flight: Anthony Harris has two weeks to turn himself in before spending the next 15 years in prison

Today is the day.

Outside Baltimore County Circuit Court on Friday, May 13, the morning is heavy with mist and the sound of visitors' shoes smacking against the puddled steps echoes in the courtyard.

Two years after being arrested for drug distribution and weapons charges, Anthony Lamont Harris, 42, referred to as the leader of Pigtown's "Cleveland/Bayard Crew" by the Baltimore Police Department, is due to turn himself in for sentencing. Harris has pleaded guilty to selling heroin and drug trafficking with a firearm—two of the most serious of the 21 charges he faced. Out on a half-million dollar bond, Harris should be following others up the stairs...

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