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Former city vocational school teacher charged with theft

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A former Baltimore City Public Schools teacher has been charged with stealing nearly $10,000 in school funds while employed as the business manager for Mergenthaler Vocational Technical School. Danean Cunningham, who was a teacher at Mergenthaler, is accused of stealing ...

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Md. officer accused of condom, oatmeal theft in off-duty job

Jose A. Barahona was hired as a Montgomery County Police Officer in October of 2014. (Montgomery County Police photo)

GERMANTOWN — A Maryland police officer is accused of stealing several items including instant oatmeal and two boxes of condoms during his off-duty security job at a Walmart. News outlets report Montgomery County Police Officer 25-year-old Jose A. Barahona was ...

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McDonald’s drive-thru window break-in: Suspect surrenders

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Recognize this suspect? #HoCoPolice offering up to a $500 reward for info on suspect who stole cash and food in Nov. 5 burglary at McDonald’s in Columbia. Call 410-313-STOP or HCPDcrimetips@howardcountymd.gov. pic.twitter.com/Iq3VWu6ZVF — Howard County Police (@HCPDNews) November 14, 2017 ...

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Md. ex-executive sentenced for stealing $4.5M from firm

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A former executive for a national construction company who, federal prosecutors say, stole $4.5 million from her employer and spent it on expensive cars and restaurant meals has been sentenced. Forty-six-year-old Wendy Collins pleaded guilty to wire fraud. She was ...

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Ex-employee charged with stealing from Md. elementary school

ELKRIDGE — Howard County police have charged a former elementary school employee with stealing nearly $9,000 from the school. Fifty-year-old Twyla Blackmon-Green of Elkridge was charged Monday in a criminal summons with 16 counts of theft, the department said Tuesday ...

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Top court upholds daughter’s conviction for stealing from family’s joint account

A sharply divided Maryland high court Thursday upheld the theft and embezzlement convictions of a daughter who surreptitiously withdrew for her personal use about $200,000 in a bank account her elderly father held jointly with her but which he testified that he controlled.

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