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  • Five arrested for selling counterfeit luxury purses, shoes, watches and hats

    Five arrested for selling counterfeit luxury purses, shoes, watches and hats
    A federal grand jury indicted five men on charges they allegedly sold counterfeit goods of high-end designers such as Michael Kors, Coach and Jimmy Choo around Baltimore, including at the Patapsco Flea Market, where authorities conducted a weekend raid in...
  • Counterfeit items seized at flea market worth $47.3M

    Counterfeit items seized at flea market worth $47.3M
    Last month's raid on the Patapsco Flea Market in Southwest Baltimore netted $47.3 million worth of counterfeit luxury goods, the largest seizure at a flea market in the United States, federal authorities announced Thursday. U.S. Immigration and Customs...
  • Woman pleads guilty in silicone buttocks injections case

    A 45-year-old Atlanta woman admitted Wednesday that she used a downtown Baltimore hotel room to inject exotic dancers with commercial-grade silicone, commonly used in furniture polish, to enlarge their buttocks, according to federal prosecutors. As...
  • Baltimore cop from Edgewood pleads guilty in towing extortion scheme

    A Harford County resident who prosecutors say was actively involved in a towing scandal involving Baltimore City police officers entered a guilty plea Monday to extortion charges in U.S. District Court in Baltimore. Baltimore City police officer...
  • U.S. indicts 22 in Md.-bred prison gang

    U.S. indicts 22 in Md.-bred prison gang
    Nearly two dozen alleged members of a prison gang that started in Maryland and spread across the country have been indicted on federal racketeering charges, including accusations of murder for hire, armed robbery and drug running, officials announced...
  • Pasadena man indicted for embezzling corporate money for phone sex, prostitutes

    A 55-year-old Pasadena man was indicted and charged with wire fraud Tuesday for allegedly embezzling more than $885,000 from the fast food franchise for which he served as president and chief executive officer in order to pay for phone sex and...
  • Baltimore landlord gets prison for lead-paint violations

    Baltimore landlord gets prison for lead-paint violations
    A Baltimore landlord with a long history of violating lead-paint poisoning laws was sentenced Wednesday to a year and a day in prison by a federal judge, who called the now-bankrupt businessman a "scofflaw." Cephus Murrell, 69, of Catonsville sat...
  • Four charged in theft of copper, aluminum from Aberdeen Proving Ground

    Four Aberdeen Proving Ground employees, including two from Harford County, one from Cecil County and one from Pennsylvania, were indicted this week by a federal grand jury, charged with stealing aluminum and copper they had access to on the military...
  • Rosenstein: Federal prosecutors did the right thing in crack cases

    The U.S. Attorney's Office approves reduced sentences for criminals who deserve them, but with the caveat that some crack cocaine dealers seeking early release from federal prison are violent. The Sun obscures the issue by claiming that federal crack...
  • Men charged in murder-for-hire after attorney's alleged disclosure

    At Tavon Davis' direction, federal prosecutors say, Isiah Callaway for two years helped orchestrate a scheme to steal hundreds of thousands of dollars from banks. So when the 19-year-old got busted, Davis found Callaway a lawyer, who prosecutors allege...
  • Feds blame defense lawyer for disclosing information that got witness killed

    Isiah Calloway's death was reported in a single sentence back in April, a 19-year-old man "found shot inside a vehicle." To federal authorities, though, Calloway was a potential witness in a bank fraud conspiracy. That is, until prosecutors say, his...
  • Attorney sentenced to year and a day in prison

    Baltimore attorney Stanley Needleman was sentenced to a year and a day in federal prison as prosecutors made new accusations that he cashed checks from drug dealers at liquor stores and posted bail for a client. Needleman, whose law career spanned more...