Prosecutors made the claim in filings as they seek almost four years in prison for Taryn Kirkland, a former corrections officer who pleaded guilty to helping members of the Black Guerrilla Family smuggle drugs into the Baltimore City Detention Center.
An executive at an Owings Mills medical firm allegedly signed off on patients' X-rays and other tests without the necessary qualifications, falsely claiming that a team of doctors had reviewed the documents — a move that one physician said posed a "huge risk of harm."
The federal judge handling the Black Guerrilla Family jail corruption case sent a corrections officer to prison Wednesday for three and a half years, the first sentence in the scandal that revealed a gang takeover at the facility.
Federal prosecutors are calling for up to a decade in prison for the Howard County resident who became the youngest person ever charged in a terrorism case, arguing that the Pakistani immigrant "linked up with truly dangerous people."
While I left Charm City for good in 1955 (long before the advent of that moniker), I still subscribe to Major league Baseball's Extra Innings so I can watch the Orioles on TV all summer. And for years I tried to put a hex on the Indianapolis Colts for sneaking out of town with our name in he middle of the night. But that feeling eroded after the Ravens came to town; and all year I have been proudly strutting around New Jersey wearing my Ravens Super Bowl Champions jersey.
A bank robbery suspect from South Florida was arrested by FBI agents after a string of approximately 20 heists along the Eastern Seaboard that included the September robbery of a PNC Bank in Catonsville, authorities announced Tuesday.
By By Richard A. Serrano and The Los Angeles Times
With all the discussion of surveillance, meta-data and phone taps over the past few weeks, I can't help thinking of my own experience as a surveillee back in the 1970s when cruder methods were used. All of the reassurances that everything will be fine just doesn't work for me.
As a player in the Black Power and civil rights movements of the 1960s, even at only 25 years old, Maulana Karenga was concerned about legacy. He wanted to leave behind something that would both celebrate the accomplishments of his people and challenge them to go even further.
A Baltimore man charged with running a prostitution business and sex trafficking a minor was sentenced by a U.S. District Court judge Monday to more than 11 years in prision, followed by five years of supervised release.
As FBI agents investigating the Black Guerrilla Family gang closed in on a new round of suspects in the Baltimore jail corruption case this fall, one of their targets packed his bags and left the country.
As details continue to emerge about the two year-investigation into Ross William Ulbricht, an unassuming 29-year-old and alleged founder of the massive online drug market Silk Road, one important piece of information remains cloaked in shadow: How did the FBI find the organization's servers?
CBS News put correspondent Lara Logan and producer Max McClellan on leave Tuesday in the wake of an internal investigation that was critical of their flawed report on the attack on an American compoind in Benghazi, Libya.
In life and death, President John F. Kennedy, who was assassinated 50 years ago Friday, had numerous ties to Harford County, beyond the Northeastern Expressway that traverses the county and bears his name.