And The Plot Thickens: Lawmakers ‘Not Surprised’ By Baltimore Prison Scandal, Call For Top Down Investigation
Drugs, sex and money–all inside the Baltimore City jail. Now we’re learning more about the inner workings of a massive smuggling ring behind bars.
Jailhouse Soap Opera: 13 Female Guards Indicted For Smuggling Drugs & Phones; 4 Impregnated By Same Inmate
It was a brazen scheme to smuggle drugs and cell phones into Baltimore jails. More than two dozen people face federal charges, including corrections officers—some of whom got pregnant by the same inmate.
St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s deputies have charged three people, including an inmate, with trying to smuggle prescription medication into the county detention center.
Millions of tax dollars are going up in smoke. The Maryland comptroller’s office is cracking down on cigarette smuggling.
Federal authorities say three men have been convicted by a federal jury in Alexandria for roles in a Mexican-based group that smuggled cocaine into northern Virginia.
As criminal enterprises go, cigarette smuggling is safer than dealing heroin. As illegal business goes, it’s booming.
A former Maryland state correctional officer has been sentenced to two years of probation for smuggling a cell phone to an inmate.
A man convicted of hiding six pounds of heroin in his luggage on a flight from Ghana to Maryland has been sentenced to 10 years in federal prison.
A judge has sentenced a woman who helped smuggle contraband into the Cecil County Detention Center to 18 months of probation.
Three people have pleaded guilty to plotting to smuggle counterfeit Coach handbags made in Malaysia and China into the Port of Baltimore.