Scam by Prince Georges County Housing Deputy Director and her husband ripped off taxpayers of $112,000

Carla and Raymond Carter each face a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison for conspiring to commit wire fraud, 13 counts of wire fraud, and conspiring to commit money laundering. U.S. District Judge George J. Hazel has scheduled sentencing for Carla and Raymond Carter on January 11, 2016, at 9:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m., respectively. The Carters are released under the supervision of U.S. Pretrial Services.

Maryland State Police Beat: Ex Con Delonte Bryant wanted for Fourth of July gunfire blast at occupied apartments

SALISBURY, MD – Attention Citizens of Maryland: Your Maryland Court system has once again allowed a dangerous felon to run the streets and prey on the public.

Maryland State Police are requesting the public’s help as they search for a fugitive wanted in connection with a recent shooting in Wicomico County, as well as on a parole retake warrant for a violation of the conditions of his parole from state prison.

The fugitive is identified as Delonte A. Bryant, 21, whose known addresses include the 600-block of East Church Street and the 700-block of Wadena Ave, Salisbury, Md.

So. Md. Police Beat: Purple Drank Charges for Christopher Smith; 3 others indicted; charges dumped by PG Prosecutor Angela Alsobrooks

LEONARDTOWN, MD. — Christopher Andrew Smith, 25, of Laurel, was on his way out of a St. Mary’s County drugstore with some Purple Drank when narco cops pounced on him, reports St. Mary’s Vice and Narco Commander Capt. Daniel Alioto. Alioto reports that Detectives continue to investigate prescription fraud incidents involving a group of individuals attempting to obtain “Promethazine-Codeine” known on the street as “Purple Drank”. A series of arrests involving the popular narcotics have been made in the past year.

Crooked Baltimore City Transit Boss Guilty of Bribery Gets Off With Only One Year in Slammer

Robinson also admitted that he stole and sold bus shelters belonging to the City for $70,000. In 2011, Robinson arranged for Baltimore City to purchase 13 bus shelters from a Canadian company for $249,290. On multiple occasions from May 2013 to March 2014, Robinson said since the city did not keep track of the shelters, he planned to sell them for his personal benefit. On April 9, 2014, Robinson accepted $70,000, in return for the city’s bus shelters.

Murder USA: Tips on Missing Drug Dealer Can Result in Cash Reward; what happened to the drug dealer – enter Poll

BALTIMORE, MD. — Baltimore County Police are continuing to search for 37-year-old Kenneth Damont Henson of 1648 Kirkwood Road, Baltimore, Md. Detectives now suspect that after spending much of the last two decades dealing drugs or twiddling his thumbs in prison, he is the victim of foul play.

Upper Marlboro CPA Pleads Guilty in Local Corruption Scheme; Fraud Targeted up to $2.5 Million in Contracts for Minority Firms

In 2010, Grillo agreed that his company would serve as the MBE for Company 1 on the Hampshire Green contract. In 2011, although Grillo’s company had not performed any work on the contract, Grillo caused his company to submit an invoice to WSSC for 28% of the Hampshire Green contract, or $57,504.88, to conceal the fact that Company 1 had not met its contractual obligation to subcontract 28% to an MBE. Again, to make it appear that Grillo’s company had performed the work, Company 1 issued a check for $57,504.88 to Grillo’s company, and a short time later, Grillo’s company issued a check back to Company 1 for $58,291.81.