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Wednesday, April 24, 2013

13 Corrections Officers Indicted In Md., Accused Of Aiding Gang’s Drug Scheme

More than a dozen Maryland state prison guards helped a dangerous national gang operate a drug-trafficking and money-laundering scheme from behind bars that involved cash payments, sex and access to fancy cars, federal prosecutors said Tuesday.

Thirteen female corrections officers essentially handed over control of a Baltimore jail to gang leaders, prosecutors said. The officers were charged Tuesday in a federal racketeering indictment.

The indictment described a jailhouse seemingly out of control. Four corrections officers became pregnant by one inmate. Two of them got tattoos of the inmate’s first name, Tavon — one on her neck, the other on a wrist. 



Giovanni Jones said...

Give em all plenty of time hanging out on the other side of the bars. Also females don't belong in male prisons and vice versa.

Anonymous said...

This is what happens when you essentially treat the institution as nothing but an employment agency for members of preferred groups.

Anonymous said...


5:56 is right about keeping gender of guards separate. If it is good enough for the inmates, it's good enough for the guards. Getting pregnant by inmates is a class A example of why it's stupid to mix them.

Jack K Richards said...

Betch all were #1s

Dana said...

Look them up on Maryland Judiciary Case Search.