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December court date for former-mayor Dixon

Former Baltimore Mayor Sheila A. Dixon could be headed back to court. A Dec. 7 hearing has been set in Baltimore City Circuit Court to hear a violation of probation charge filed this week by the state for a lapse ...

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Former redistricting committee member to be sentenced for failing to pay taxes

GREENBELT — A former member of an advisory committee on legislative redistricting in Maryland who pleaded guilty to failing to pay employment taxes is scheduled to be sentenced. Richard Stewart pleaded guilty in December to failing to collect, truthfully account ...

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7th Baltimore police officer sentenced in towing extortion scheme

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 ...

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Va. man agrees to $5M restitution in cigarette case

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — A businessman convicted in a cigarette smuggling case has agreed to pay restitution totaling more than $5 million to Virginia, Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania and New York City. U.S. Attorney Timothy Heaphy says 50-year-old Vijay N. Patel ...

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Md. redistricting panel member pleads guilty

Richard Stewart, a member of the five-person Governor’s Redistricting Advisory Committee, pleaded guilty last Thursday to failing to pay almost $4 million in federal Social Security and income taxes for a company he owned. According to a press release from ...

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Millersville man faces sentencing for fabricating credentials

Federal prosecutors say a Millersville man is facing sentencing for fabricating military and academic credentials to get jobs as a teacher and trainer. A judge will sentence William Hillar on Tuesday in Baltimore. Prosecutors say Hillar falsely claimed to be ...

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