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Ex-corrections officer pleads guilty in conspiracy

A corrections officer at the Baltimore City Detention Center has pleaded guilty to smuggling drugs into the facility for members of the Black Guerilla Family gang. Thirty-one-year-old – Jennifer Owens of Randallstown entered the plea Tuesday in federal court in ...

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Inmate at center of Md. jail case pleads guilty

A Maryland inmate who officials say impregnated multiple guards and ran a jailhouse gang has entered a guilty plea in federal court in Baltimore. Thirty-six-year-old Tavon White also pleaded guilty to attempted murder in Baltimore City Circuit Court on Tuesday. ...

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Task force to be formed to study jail problems

ANNAPOLIS — Leaders in the Maryland General Assembly will appoint a special task force to identify legislative and budgetary measures to address contraband and corruption problems identified at the Baltimore City Detention Center in a federal indictment last week. House ...

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O’Malley, Busch, Miller meet on jail hearings

ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Martin O’Malley has met with the presiding officers of the Legislature to discuss hearings about last week’s sweeping federal indictment of 25 people at the Baltimore City Detention Center. O’Malley met with House Speaker Michael Busch and ...

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Conspiracy, no murder conviction in children’s deaths

The split verdict in the case of a man accused in the near-beheadings of his three young relatives may have been a compromise reflecting the jury’s inability to determine which of two defendants was at fault, local criminal defense attorneys said.

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Former Raven sues NFL for fraud, conspiracy, negligence

Former Baltimore Ravens running back Matt Lawrence, a free agent since March after spending two seasons on the Injured Reserve list, is suing the National Football League for fraud, conspiracy and negligence for concealing the risks of long-term damage from head injuries.

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U.S. attorney: Madoff employee to plead guilty in N.Y.

NEW YORK — Federal prosecutors say one of Wall Street swindler Bernard Madoff’s former controllers will plead guilty in New York to conspiracy charges in history’s largest Ponzi scheme. Prosecutors said in a letter to a judge late Tuesday that ...

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Police say doctor may have been experimenting on stepdaughter

DOVER, Del. — A Delaware pediatrician who achieved national recognition for his research into near-death experiences involving children may have been experimenting on his 11-year-old stepdaughter by waterboarding her, police said in court documents. The possible link between Dr. Melvin ...

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Retailers accuse Pfizer of delaying generic drugs

TRENTON, N.J. — Five large drug and grocery chains are suing Pfizer Inc. and a second drugmaker, alleging they conspired to delay sales of cheap generic versions of the blockbuster cholesterol drug Lipitor. Lipitor, the world’s top-selling drug ever, had ...

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