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Flawed concrete used in I-70, I-95 projects

A Hagerstown man has acknowledged he approved substandard concrete products used in construction projects on Interstate 70 and the Capital Beltway. U.S. Attorney Rod Rosenstein says 32-year-old Santos Rivas pleaded guilty Monday in U.S. District Court in Baltimore to three ...

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Councilwoman Leslie Johnson pleads guilty to felony

GREENBELT — Prince George’s County Councilwoman Leslie E. Johnson pleaded guilty Thursday to conspiracy to commit evidence and witness tampering related to money her husband, then-county executive Jack B. Johnson, received from developers in exchange for helping them secure federal ...

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Prosecutors seek $8.6M from e-gold for alleged illegal transfers

Federal prosecutors are seeking about $8.6 million from a company that operated an illegal online money transmitting business that the government claims is tied to child pornography and financial crimes. The government’s civil forfeiture complaint in the U.S. District Court ...

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Some charges dropped against State Sen. Currie

Federal prosecutors have dropped nearly half of the bribery charges against Maryland state Sen. Ulysses Currie. In court filings last week, U.S. Attorney Rod Rosenstein wrote that a Supreme Court decision renders charges of honest services fraud legally duplicative of ...

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Details released in alleged police corruption arrest

U.S. Attorney Rod J. Rosenstein, Police Commissioner Frederick H. Bealefeld and FBI Special Agent in charge Richard A. McFeely held a press conference Wednesday afternoon releasing some of the details of the 17 Baltimore City police officers charged in an extortion scheme involving a towing company.

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17 Baltimore officers charged in extortion scheme

The 14 Baltimore City police officers thought they were called to the police academy Wednesday morning for an equipment inspection. Instead, Police Commissioner Frederick H. Bealefeld III personally took their badges before they were arrested for allegedly conspiring to commit ...

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