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APG police officer pleads guilty to stealing computers, cameras from Army

APG police officer pleads guilty to stealing computers, cameras from Army

An Army police officer and sergeant at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Gregory Lamont McNeill, pleaded guilty Tuesday to concealing and retaining stolen federal government property, including laptop computers, cameras and accessories, the Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office announced. The value of the stolen Army property was estimated at $33,505,  according to the statement of facts that is part of McNeill's plea agreement entered in U.S. District Court in Baltimore. In all, 37 items were listed in an inventory that is part of the statement of facts, the majority of which were recovered. Among the items still missing, according to the inventory, are an Apple MacBrook Pro and two Apple...

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