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September 30, 2022: Former Baltimore City Assistant State’s Attorney Facing Federal Charges for Unlawfully Obtaining Phone Records

Baltimore, Maryland – A federal grand jury returned an indictment late yesterday charging former Baltimore City Assistant State’s Attorney Adam Lane Chaudry, age 43, of Baltimore, Maryland, with 10 counts of fraud in connection with obtaining confidential phone records.  The indictment alleges that Chaudry committed the crime knowing that information may be used in furtherance  Read the Rest…

September 29, 2022: Treasurer of Political Committee “Team 30 Slate” Pleads Guilty to Theft

Maryland State Prosecutor Charlton T. Howard, III announced that Alexandra Gilbreath, former Treasurer for the political committee “Team 30 Slate,” pleaded guilty today in the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County to misdemeanor theft.   The Honorable J. Michael Wachs sentenced Ms. Gilbreath to probation before judgment with one year of probation and ordered Ms.  Read the Rest…

July 27, 2022: Delegate Richard Impallaria charged with Felony Theft and related crimes for schemes related to misuse of state funds

  Maryland State Prosecutor Charlton T. Howard, III announced today that a criminal information has been filed in the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County, Maryland, charging Richard K. Impallaria, Maryland State Delegate representing District 7, with multiple counts of misconduct in office, theft, and embezzlement. The charges allege that Del. Impallaria facilitated rental payments  Read the Rest…

May 4, 2022: Treasurer of Political Committee “Team 30 Slate” Charged with Theft of Campaign Funds

Maryland State Prosecutor Charlton T. Howard, III announced today that a criminal information has been filed in the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County, Maryland, charging Alexandra Gilbreath, the Treasurer for the political committee “Team 30 Slate,” with felony theft scheme, embezzlement, perjury, and failing to file campaign finance reports. The “Team 30 Slate” raised  Read the Rest…

April 18, 2022: Andrew Bradshaw, Former Mayor of Cambridge, MD, Pleads Guilty to Five Counts of Distributing Revenge Porn

Maryland State Prosecutor Charlton T. Howard III announced that Andrew Bradshaw, former Mayor of Cambridge, Maryland, pleaded guilty today in the Circuit Court for Dorchester County to five (5) counts of distributing revenge porn in violation of Maryland’s Revenge Porn Statue. Mr. Bradshaw was subsequently sentenced by the Honorable Thomas Ross on each of the  Read the Rest…

November 30, 2021: Former Baltimore City Homicide Prosecutor Indicted on 88 Charges, including Stalking, Extortion, and Misconduct in Office

Maryland State Prosecutor Charlton T. Howard III announced today that a Baltimore City Grand Jury has indicted former Baltimore City Assistant State’s Attorney Adam Lane Chaudry for charges that include Stalking, Extortion, Harassment, Obtaining Phone Records Without Authorization, Felony Theft Scheme, and Misconduct in Office The 88-count indictment alleges that, while serving as an Assistant State’s Attorney in Baltimore City, Mr. Chaudry  Read the Rest…

November 23, 2021: Fairmount Heights Police Officer Charged with Kidnapping, Perjury and Misconduct in Office

Maryland State Prosecutor Charlton T. Howard III announced today that a Prince George’s County Grand Jury has indicted Fairmount Heights, Maryland Police Officer Phillip Dupree on multiple charges of  Kidnapping, Perjury, and Misconduct in Office. The indictment alleges that sometime during the late-night hours of August 3, 2019 and the early morning hours of August  Read the Rest…

November 15, 2021: Mayor of Cambridge Charged with violating Maryland’s Revenge Porn Statute

  Maryland State Prosecutor Charlton T. Howard III announced today that Andrew Bradshaw, Mayor of Cambridge, Maryland has been charged with 50 counts of distributing revenge porn. The Criminal Information, filed today in the Circuit Court for Dorchester County, alleges that Andrew Bradshaw created multiple accounts on the public internet forum “Reddit”, employing public usernames  Read the Rest…

October 26, 2021: Non-Profit CEO Sentenced to Two Years in Federal Prison after Pleading Guilty to Wire Fraud in Connection with the Misuse of Federal Funds Intended For The Treatment of Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

In coordination with its federal counterparts, the Office of the State Prosecutor conducted a long-term joint investigation involving the misuse of funds by a Maryland based non-profit agency. Please click HERE to read the statement issued today by the United State’s Attorney’s Office. 

October 5, 2021: Former Executive Director Of Maryland Environmental Service Facing Federal And State Charges For Allegedly Fraudulently Obtaining More Than $276,731 From His Employer, And State Felony Violations Of The Maryland Wiretap Statute

Roy McGrath Allegedly Fraudulently Obtained a Year’s Salary as a Severance Payment, Used MES Funds to Pay a Personal Pledge to a Museum, and Caused MES to Pay Tuition Expenses for a Class Taken After He Left MES, and Recorded Private Conversations with State Officials Without Their Consent Baltimore, Maryland – As a result of  Read the Rest…

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