Baltimore County Schools Chief Dallas Dance Lied about Deals & Schemes that Padded His Wallet for Officials Acts, Says State Prosecutor

Baltimore County Schools Chief Dallas Dance Lied about Deals & Schemes that Padded His Wallet for Officials Acts, Says State Prosecutor Indicted by Grand Jury for secret cash flow to his pocket TOWSON, MD. – Maryland State Prosecutor Emmet C. Davitt announced on Jan. 23, 2018, that the Baltimore County Grand Jury has returned an […]

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Newly hired St. Mary’s Deputy Director of EMS Stephen Walker lacks any experience in EMS management or services.

LEONARDTOWN, MD. — The Board of St. Mary’s County Commissioners, hired a controversial police chief from a Prince George’s County town to be the deputy director of EMS at an annual salary of  $81,806.40 on July 17, 2017, in spite of a lack of any experience in operating an emergency management system or experience in fire and rescue functions in his prior jobs.

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NIH Grand Theft: Christopher Dame admits fleecing government for his own online supply biz; Terard Ansor sentenced to slammer for heroin distribution

Dame admitted that from January 3, 2013, through January 12, 2017, he regularly stole medical research equipment, photography equipment, and printing supplies belonging to NIH, and sold such items through an e-commerce corporation, enriching himself. He also deceived his colleagues into purchasing surplus ink for NIH, with the intent to ultimately steal the ink and sell it online

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Why is Republican St. Mary’s Sheriff Tim Cameron covering up for crooked cops? Where’s the loot? St. Mary’s Assistant Sheriff gave $80,000 in evidence to his stepson and a pal and was never charged with a crime

Doolan’s pal and his stepson never had to pay any money back to the county for the property that they sold for cash and deputies who wound up with the stolen property at their homes still have it, minus the loot that the State Prosecutor’s investigators were able to recover.

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AUDIT SHOWS FINANCIAL TRICKERY, DUCKING OF HIRING PROCESSES AND FAILURE TO KEEP CRIMINALS OUT OF CHILD CARE FACILITIES DURING O’MALLEY’S TENURE

MSDE did not always allow the minimum 20-day bid solicitation time (the period between the date of publication of the invitation for bid and the due date for the related bids), as required by State regulations. Our tests disclosed four contracts, totaling approximately $1.1 million, for which the bid solicitation time ranged from 5 to 9 days. A shortened solicitation time may result in a reduced number of bids being received.

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