Marilyn Mosby Heads To Trial In May On Felony Charges, Accuses Federal Prosecutors of ‘Gross Misconduct’The federal trial against Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby is scheduled to begin on May 2, court records show.
Baltimore Man Accused Of Setting Fire To Ex's Home Now Faces Federal ChargeA 21-year-old Baltimore man now faces a federal charge for allegedly starting a fire at his ex-girlfriend's home while she and two other people were inside, authorities said Friday.
Feds Seize Bogus Domain Name Posing As Department Of Labor Website
No Other Individual Involved In Judge Jonathan Newell's Alleged Exploitation Of Children, Images Were Not Distributed, Officials SayFederal and state authorities continued investigating Newell's conduct after his suicide and released a statement Wednesday saying he acted alone.
Rapper YGG Tay Sentenced To 15 Years For Federal Gun And Drug ChargesDavante Harrison, known to many as rapper YGG Tay, was sentenced to 15 years in federal prison on conspiracy, gun and drug charges, the Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office said Wednesday.
Baltimore-Based Physician Assistant Banned From Prescribing Opioids Under Federal Consent DecreeElizabeth J. Allen, a Baltimore-based physician's assistant, is banned from prescribing opioids and controlled substances under a federal consent decree, the Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office said Friday.
Windsor Mill Man Pleads Guilty To Fraud For Role In Fake Website Claiming To Sell COVID-19 VaccinesA Windsor Mill man pleaded guilty to federal fraud charges on Friday after taking part in a scheme to run a fake website purporting to sell COVID-19 vaccines, the Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office announced.
Carroll County Twins Sentenced To Federal Prison For Possession Of Child PornographyA judge on Friday sentenced twin brothers to federal prison for possession of child pornography, the Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office said.
Baltimore Man Pleads Guilty To Federal Robbery, Firearm Charges Related To 35 Armed Robberies
US Attorney’s Office Partners With State, Nonprofits To Help Combat Elder Financial AbuseThe Maryland U.S. Attorney's office announced Friday it is partnering with Project SAFE and the PROTECT Week Coalition to help prevent financial exploitation of Maryland's senior citizens. 
Eddie Ray Johnson of Brandywine Pleads Guilty To Stealing $1.1M From GovernmentA Brandywine man pleaded guilty last week to using his government-issued credit card to obtain more than $1.1 million in cash advances, the U.S. Attorney's Office in Maryland announced Wednesday.