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  • Guilty plea underscores “family” in BGF racketeering case

    The three defendants who've pleaded guilty so far in this year's Black Guerrilla Family (BGF) prison-gang racketeering case involving Maryland correctional officers (COs) share a jail-spawned family tree. The lead defendant, BGF leader Tavon White, who...
  • Going postal: U.S. Postal Service investigators have been busy in Maryland

    As the Sun's Justin Fenton reported yesterday, the managers of two U.S. post offices in Waverly and Pikesville have been charged in a bribery-and-kickback scheme in which they are accused of sharing in the proceeds of fraudulent or inflated invoices...
  • Supervisors absent from new round of Black Guerrilla Family correctional-corruption charges

    The Baltimore Sun and the Washington Post have provided excellent coverage of the latest correctional-corruption development involving the Black Guerrilla Family (BGF) prison gang: a superceding indictment unsealed yesterday, naming 14 correctional...
  • Jury acquits former Maryland corrections lieutenant accused of helping cover up inmate beating

    Of the 15 Maryland corrections staff charged federally last year on civil-rights and obstruction-of-justice conspiracy charges for a 2008 series of retaliatory inmate beatings and subsequent cover-up, only three – Josh Hummer, James Kalbflesh, and...
  • Maryland men sentenced in Philadelphia Outlaws Motorcycle Club meth-conspiracy case

    Michael James "Maniac" Privett and Ronald "Bugs" Sells must be relieved their recent law-enforcement ordeals are now over – especially since the Maryland men, from Baltimore and Churchville, respectively, who pleaded guilty last May in...
  • Two Baltimore-ites busted for rappelling Procter & Gamble: VIDEO

    [caption id="attachment_20454" align="alignleft" width="300"] Courtesy of Greenpeace[/caption] So a week ago a bunch of Greenpeaceniks went all commando on Procter & Gamble's Cincinnati headquarters, and it didn't make the news here that I saw. One...
  • Query Letter

    I was just wondering what our current murder rate is in Philly. I don't have TV, so I can't watch the news. I tried to do a little research, but most sites haven't been updated since July. Just wondering. Dani Fluck Philadelphia You don't need a TV to...
  • Hot Grease

    On normal shifts working the mean streets of Baltimore's northwest police district, officer Maunda Williams catches people engaged in typical Mobtown crimes, like shooting people. But just after midnight on Oct. 18, 2012, Williams' shift started with...
  • Correctional culture of retaliatory inmate beatings and cover-ups on trial in Baltimore

    After Maryland prison INMATE Kenneth Davis arrived at Hagerstown's Washington County Hospital (now Meritus Medical Center) from nearby Roxbury Correctional Institution in March 2008, trauma doctors had to reconstruct his eye socket using plates and...
  • David Simon shares his theories on the story of Julius Salsbury, which inspired his wife's new novel

    "Boy, it would be nice to know the end of that story. He's not an unsympathetic character if you know the whole story. Here's this guy, he wasn't much of a gangster. He wasn't a gangster in any sense. And then this 15-year term that the government gave...
  • Dirty cop undermines gun convict's guilty plea

    Since Mark Lunsford, a Baltimore City detective assigned to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), was charged and pleaded guilty to lying and embezzling in 2009 and 2010, federal prosecutors have mostly managed to contain the resulting damage to...
  • The BMA regains a long-lost Renoir

    A U.S. district court judge ended the dispute over "On the Shore of the Seine," a stolen Renoir painting, on Friday, Jan. 10 when he awarded ownership of the painting to the Baltimore Museum of Art, from which the painting was stolen in 1951. Marcia...