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September 23, 2021: Two Additional Baltimore Correctional Employees Plead Guilty, Making a Total of Eight Correctional Employees Convicted of Charges Related to Theft of over $400,000 Dollars of State Funds.

Maryland State Prosecutor Charlton Howard announced today that Ms. Kimberly Brown a former Correctional Officer assigned to the Metropolitan Transition Center (MTC) in Baltimore, pleaded guilty on September 23, 2021, in Baltimore County Circuit Court to charges of Felony Theft Scheme and Misconduct in Office.  Ms. Shantil Carter, a former Fiscal Technician assigned to MTC,  Read the Rest…

August 20, 2021: Ivan Gonzalez, Former Baltimore Police Officer and Candidate for Mayor of Baltimore City, Pleads Guilty to Perjury

Maryland State Prosecutor Charlton T. Howard III announced today that Ivan Gonzalez, a former Baltimore police officer and a 2020 candidate for Baltimore City Mayor, pleaded guilty to perjury. According to the Statement of Facts in support of the plea, Mr. Gonzalez falsely asserted under penalties of perjury on candidacy forms that he met the  Read the Rest…

August 11, 2021: Baltimore Correctional Officer Pleads Guilty to Charges of Felony Theft and Misconduct in Office

Maryland State Prosecutor Charlton Howard announced today that Ms. Syreeta Saunders, a former Correctional Officer assigned to the Metropolitan Transition Center in Baltimore, pleaded guilty on August 11, 2021, in Baltimore County Circuit Court to charges of Felony Theft Scheme and Misconduct in Office.  She was sentenced by the Hon. Robert E. Cahill, Jr. to  Read the Rest…

July 29, 2021: Baltimore Correctional Officers Plead Guilty to Charges of Felony Theft and Misconduct in Office

Maryland State Prosecutor Charlton Howard announced today that Ms. Sharonda Stokes and Ms. Dephany McKnight, former Correctional Officers assigned to the Metropolitan Transition Center in Baltimore, pleaded guilty on July 28, 2021, in Baltimore County Circuit Court to charges of Felony Theft Scheme and Misconduct in Office.  Ms. Stokes was sentenced by the Hon. Robert  Read the Rest…

July 26, 2021: Baltimore City Employee Pleads Guilty to Perjury

Maryland State Prosecutor Charlton T. Howard III announced today that Elizabeth “Betsy” Gardner, who formerly worked in the Baltimore City Council President’s Office as a community liaison has pled guilty to one count of perjury. According to a Statement of Facts read into the record, Ms. Gardner received over $15,000 payments from community organizations from  Read the Rest…

December 21, 2016: Former Pocomoke City Police Lieutenant Found Guilty Of Conspiracy To Commit Misconduct

For Immediate Release   FORMER POCOMOKE CITY POLICE LIEUTENANT FOUND GUILTY OF CONSPIRACY TO COMMIT MISCONDUCT Verdict follows former Police Chief’s misconduct conviction earlier this month   State Prosecutor Emmet C. Davitt announced today that former Pocomoke City Police Lieutenant was found guilty by the Honorable W. Newton Jackson, III in the Worcester County Circuit  Read the Rest…

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