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Baltimore County police officer indicted, accused of taking kickbacks to certify firearms training (access required)

A Baltimore County police officer has been indicted for allegedly accepting bribes and kickbacks to falsify firearms training that is required to obtain handgun licenses and wear-and-carry permits, the U.S. Attorney's Office in Maryland said. William R. Johnson Jr., 32, of Baltimore, faces six counts of wire fraud under the indictment. He was set to have ...