Prosecutors say the 16th and final Baltimore police officer involved in a towing extortion scheme has been sentenced. Kelvin Quade Manrich of Middle River was sentenced Friday to three years and five months in prison. The 43-year-old Manrich changed his ...Read More »
A 14th Baltimore police officer has been sentenced for his role in a towing company extortion scheme. Jaime Luis Lugo was sentenced in federal court in Baltimore on Tuesday to two years in prison. Lugo, of Aberdeen, and other officers ...Read More »
A Baltimore police officer has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for his role in a towing company extortion scheme. A statement from the Maryland U.S. attorney’s office says 37-seven-year-old Samuel Ocasio of Edgewood was sentenced Friday by U.S. ...Read More »
Prosecutors say a Baltimore city police officer has been sentenced to 30 months in prison for his role in a towing company extortion scheme. A statement from the Maryland U.S. Attorney’s Office says 33-year-old Johnn Corona, of Rosedale, was sentenced ...Read More »
Officials say another Baltimore city police officer has pleaded guilty to taking money to divert drivers at accident scenes to an unauthorized towing company and repair shop. Prosecutors and the FBI say Officer Rafael Feliciano Jr., pleaded guilty on Thursday ...Read More »
Restaurant plan suffers setback Redevelopment of the long-abandoned Chesapeake Restaurant in Baltimore’s Station North Arts District is still on track despite a key restaurateur’s rejection of the $16 million project, city officials said Monday. Qayum Karzai, who owns the nearby Helmand ...
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The owners of a Baltimore County auto repair shop pleaded guilty Monday in a towing scheme that may have involved dozens of Baltimore city police officers. Brothers Edwin Mejia, 28, and Hernan Alexis Moreno Mejia, 31, owners of Majestic Auto ...Read More »