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Rod J. Rosenstein

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  • Gilmor Homes drug dealer sentenced to federal prison

    Dione "Big Man" Fauntleroy Sr., a 48-year-old Baltimore man, who conspired to sell crack cocaine in the Gilmor Homes public housing complex with his son, his son's grandfather and 19 others, was sentenced to 160 months in prison Thursday, according to the...
  • Drug boss Blackwell gets 20 years in heroin conspiracy

    Steven "J.R." Blackwell, the leader of an East Baltimore drug conspiracy linked to a yearlong street warwith rivals, was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison Friday as part of a guilty plea he struck with prosecutors last fall. Though he was not...
  • Conviction of former P.G. schools chief partly reversed

    Former Prince George's County schools chief Andre Hornsby could see his jail time reduced after a federal appeals court Wednesday reversed three fraud convictions in his corruption case. The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reversed his three 2008...
  • Four indicted in woman's murder, drug dealing on The Block

    A federal indictment unsealed Friday accuses four people — including a mother and her son — of directing a drug-dealing operation in Baltimore's strip-club district through violence and intimidation, including the 2010 killing of a dancer they...
  • Man indicted on charges he stalked ex-wife for five years

    A 49-year-old Phoenix, Ariz., man was indicted by a federal grand jury Tuesday on charges he stalked a Maryland woman. David Charles Richards threatened to kill the woman and used the Internet, telephone, the U.S. Postal Service and email to stalk her...
  • Dava Pharmaceuticals settles accusations it overcharged Medicaid

    Dava Pharmaceuticals Inc. will pay about $11 million to settle federal claims that it misreported drugs prices so it could charge more of the state-federal Medicaid program, according to U.S. Attorney for Maryland Rod J. Rosenstein and others in the U.S....
  • Ex-soldier from Laurel charged with trying to join terrorist group in Somalia

    Ex-soldier from Laurel charged with trying to join terrorist group in Somalia
    Craig Benedict Baxam was surfing the Internet from his Army base in South Korea last summer when he came across an Islamic religious website. The soldier from Laurel had never been particularly religious. But with his deployment and his time in the...
  • Joppa man gets 10 years in child sex solicitation case

    Larry W. Warner Jr., of Joppa, was sentenced Friday to 10 years in a federal prison, followed by supervised release for life, for enticing a minor to engage in sexual activity. In Baltimore Federal District Court, Judge Benson E. Legg also ordered that...
  • Ethics committee recommends Currie be censured

    Ethics committee recommends Currie be censured
    The General Assembly's joint ethics committee has recommended unanimously that the Senate censure Sen. Ulysses Currie, once a powerful committee chairman, for failing to disclose that he was being paid to represent a grocery chain before state agencies....
  • Disgrace upon disgrace in the Currie case

    The only bigger disgrace than the Maryland Senate failing to remove Sen. Ulysses Currie from his job was the Ethics Committee's prior hearing on the matter which recommended Mr. Currie's censure ("Disgrace in the Senate," Feb. 19). It was troubling to...
  • Essex man pleads guilty to civil rights charges

    An Essex man pleaded guilty to federal civil rights charges for hanging a dead raccoon on the porch of a black family in Middle River two years ago, according to a plea agreement released by the U.S. Department of Justice on Monday. Joshua Wall, 20,...
  • Thief may have sold more historic documents

    Thief may have sold more historic documents
    Document thief Barry Landau may have sold more of the national treasures he stole from museums — including the Maryland Historical Society in Baltimore, where his scheme unraveled — than previously thought, according to the National Archives...