Black Guerilla Family
A Baltimore man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison after prosecutors say he sold heroin while on probation for his role in a sweeping corruption case at Baltimore’s city jail.
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.
Too bad to be believed? That’s the doubt defense lawyers are trying to create with a federal jury. Alex DeMetrick has the latest in the on-going testimony of Tavon White, the former Black Guerilla Family member turned prosecution witness.
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.
A young father gunned down in the crossfire of gang violence in Baltimore City has been laid to rest.
Another correctional officer has been sentenced for smuggling contraband to members of the Black Guerrilla Family gang inside the Baltimore City Detention Center.
More people have been sentenced to jail time in connection with the Black Guerrilla Family prison scandal at the Baltimore City Detention Center.
Overall, violent crime is down in Baltimore but murders are rising.
Police battle back against a notorious Baltimore gang — the Black Guerrilla Family. Members are accused of intimidating and killing more than a dozen people.