WASHINGTON (AP) — Prosecutors say three Maryland residents have been charged with lying to a grand jury to create an alibi for a family member.

Antoine Clements, his wife Keyla Clements and her mother Vicki Gordon were arrested this week.

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They are accused of providing a false alibi for their family member, 33-year-old Weldon Gordon, who is charged with the 2008 death of Andre Hayes. Hayes was acting as a confidential informant for the Drug Enforcement Administration when he was shot.

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Vicki Gordon is Weldon Gordon’s mother. Keyla Clements is his sister.

All three are charged with obstruction of justice, which carries a possible sentence of up to ten years in prison. The Clements also face perjury charges, which carry a possible sentence of up to five years in prison.

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