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Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Attorney General Frosh Announces Indictments of 13 Defendants for Participating in a Criminal Gang and the Murder of Sebastian Dvorak

BALTIMORE, MD – Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh, joined by Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent in Charge of the Baltimore Field Office Gordon Johnson, Baltimore City Interim Police Commissioner Gary Tuggle and Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby, today announced the indictments of 13 defendants: Clinton Davis, 36; Joseph Flowers, 38; Duwarn Holt, 29; Markeece Jordan, 25; Robert Lewis, 38; Malik Mungo, 18; Vernon Miller, 29; Dante Neal, 21; Gregory Randle, 34; Harvey Turner, 28; Keith Worthington, 33; Lienell Young, 33; and Timothy Zeller, 36. All defendants reside in Baltimore County, Baltimore City, or Harford County. Charges in the indictments include counts for participating in a criminal gang, the distribution of narcotics, acts of violence including murder and witness intimidation, as well as firearms trafficking. The investigation was led by the Attorney General’s Organized Crime Unit, the Baltimore City Police Department’s undercover and homicide squads, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Safe Streets Task Force.

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Anonymous said...

All I can say is: