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September 14, 2018: Former Correctional Officer Jailed in Corruption and Bribery Conspiracy

Former Correctional Officer Jailed In Corruption and Bribery Conspiracy Maryland State Prosecutor Emmet C. Davitt announced today that former Correctional Officer Warren Wright, a seventeen year veteran, was sentenced in the Arundel County Circuit Court after pleading guilty earlier to Bribery, Conspiracy to Distribute Narcotics, and Possession with Intent to Distribute Cocaine. To date, sixteen  Read the Rest…

May 15, 2018: Kelly Madigan Named Deputy State Prosecutor

For Immediate Release KELLY MADIGAN NAMED DEPUTY STATE PROSECUTOR State Prosecutor Emmet C. Davitt announced today that Kelly Madigan has been appointed Deputy State Prosecutor, filling the position left open by the retirement of long term Deputy Thomas “Mike” McDonough. Madigan, who spearheaded the recent multi- agency investigation into smuggling and corruption at the Jessup  Read the Rest…

April 20, 2018: Shaun Dallas Dance Sentenced

For Immediate Release Shaun Dallas Dance, Former Superintendent of the Baltimore County Public Schools, Sentenced State Prosecutor Emmet C. Davitt announced today that Shaun Dallas Dance, former Superintendent of the Baltimore County Public Schools, was sentenced in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County after pleading guilty in March to four counts of perjury arising from false filings  Read the Rest…

April 6, 2018: Former Register of Wills for Allegany County Pleads Guilty to Misconduct In Office

For Immediate Release         REBECCA DREW, FORMER REGISTER OF WILLS FOR ALLEGANY COUNTY, PLEADS GUILTY TO MISCONDUCT IN OFFICE State Prosecutor Emmet C. Davitt announced today that Rebecca D. Drew, 48, former Register of Wills for Allegany County, pleaded guilty in the Circuit Court for Washington County to Misconduct in Office. The Honorable M. Kenneth Long,  Read the Rest…

March 1, 2018: Deputy State Prosecutor Retires After 33 Years

For Immediate Release                                                                                    THOMAS “MIKE” McDONOUGH, DEPUTY STATE PROSECUTOR,  RETIRES AFTER OVER 33 YEARS WITH OFFICE   State Prosecutor Emmet C. Davitt announced today that Deputy State Prosecutor Thomas “Mike” McDonough has retired after spending over 33 years with the Office of the State Prosecutor. “Mike has been an invaluable colleague who  Read the Rest…

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