Delaware State University Registrar Sentenced In Bribery SchemeA former Delaware State University registrar convicted of taking bribes to arrange in-state tuition rates for out-of-state students was sentenced to just over a year in prison.
Baltimore Landfill Supervisor Pleads Guilty To Taking BribesA supervisor at a Baltimore landfill has pleaded guilty to soliciting and accepting bribes from trash haulers to use the facility without paying fees.
Baltimore Landfill Workers Accused Of Theft, Taking BribesFive Baltimore public works employees have been accused of taking bribes and stealing scrap metal at city landfills.
New Allegations Filed Against Ex-D.C. LawmakerFormer District of Columbia Councilmember Michael Brown, who has already pleaded guilty to accepting bribes, could face a longer prison sentence because of new campaign finance violations that accuse him of taking secret contributions during a 2008 run for office, federal prosecutors say.
Ex-DHS Official Pleads Guilty To Taking BribesA former regional director in the Department of Homeland Security has pleaded guilty to accepting more than $12,000 in bribes from a Virginia contractor.
Md. Woman Pleads Guilty To Bribery ChargesA Rockville woman has pleaded guilty to taking bribes in exchange for falsifying drug tests.
Rockville Woman Accused Of Falsifying Drug TestsA Rockville woman who worked for a federal court contractor has been indicted on charges that she took bribes to falsify drug tests.
Former MVA Employee Pleads Guilty To Issuing Fraudulent Driver's Licenses For PaymentA former employee of the Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) had pleaded guilty to issuing driver's licenses for payment.
Court Of Appeals Disbars Jack JohnsonThe Maryland Court of Appeals has disbarred former Prince George's County Executive Jack Johnson.
D.C. Environment Workers Facing Bribery ChargesTwo employees of the District Department of the Environment have been arrested and accused of accepting $20,000 in bribes.
Judge Orders Passport Returned To CurrieA federal judge has ordered the temporary return of an indicted state senator's passport so he can attend a conference in Canada.
Man In D.C. Cab Corruption Case Pleads GuiltyA man who prosecutors say was a key player in a corruption probe of Washington's taxicab industry pleaded guilty to his part in a scheme to pay bribes for cab licenses.