The FBI has gone after what it says is the biggest and most violent gang in Baltimore. Wednesday, 14 members of the Black Guerilla Family have been charged with a string of crimes in the city.
Angry words followed by shots led to two murders. The woman who ordered the murders and the man who fired the gun appear in Baltimore court.
Two former correctional officers were sentenced for their involvement in a racketeering conspiracy in which they smuggled drugs and other contraband for members of the Black Guerilla Family gang inside several correctional facilities.
Ringleader or lone wolf. Two very different sides of the inmate who says he ran the Baltimore City jail emerged in closing arguments in federal court.
Testimony continues. The alleged ringleader of the Black Guerilla Family gang, Tavon White, took the stand again Monday.
Crimes of opportunity. For the third day, reported Black Guerilla Family gang leader Tavon White took the stand with explosive testimony on the rampant corruption at the Baltimore City Detention Center.
The notorious trial against eight defendants, including five correctional officers accused of letting the Black Guerilla Family take over the Baltimore City jail continues Tuesday.
Rampant corruption. The historic case against eight defendants—including five correctional officers accused of letting the Black Guerilla Family take over the Baltimore City jail continues Monday.
Sex, cell phones and corruption inside the city jail. Two inmates, five correctional officers and a state employee all went on trial on charges of conspiracy, money laundering and drug distribution.
Jury selection began Monday in the racketeering case that rocked the Baltimore City jail. Last year, FBI investigators uncovered a drug smuggling operation that included not only members of the Black Guerilla Family gang but also correctional officers. Now the last eight of the defendants are heading to trial.
A move to protect witnesses testifying against alleged members of the Black Guerrilla Family. A city judge has granted an unusual protection order.
Seven new guilty pleas in the drugs, sex and smuggling case that rocked the Baltimore City Detention Center.