Baltimore Riot – Thug Greg Butler aka Bailey, who cut fire hose as firefighters struggled to put out arson of CVS during pleads guilty

Butler admitted that he punctured the hose twice using a knife. Both punctures released a high-pressure stream of water from the hose and rendered the hose inoperable. As a result, the efforts to put out the fire at the CVS were impeded and delayed.

Baltimore City Jail Guard Ashley Newton Sentenced to Four Years on Inside of Slammer for Sleeping with Black Guerrilla Family Inmates; Smuggling Goodies into Jail

According to trial evidence and other court documents, Newton smuggled drugs and other contraband for a succession of BGF leaders starting as early as 2008. She had long-term sexual relationships with at least two BGF inmates, including Duron Young, a/k/a Pinky. Newton smuggled pills, marijuana and tobacco for Young, and during the conspiracy, Newton smuggled pills for Pinky almost daily. Newton also opened cells doors of inmates for BGF members

Guilty pleas to food stamp fraud from eight of ten Maryland store owners who were indicted in 2013

According to the indictment to which he pleaded guilty, Nagi owned and operated New York Deli and Grocery, located at 1207 West Baltimore Street, in Baltimore. Through the store, Nagi participated in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), previously known as the Food Stamp Program. In Maryland, the program provides eligible individuals with an electronic benefit transfer (EBT) card called the Independence Card, which operates like a debit card. Recipients obtain EBT cards through the state Department of Human Resources, then use the EBT card to purchase approved food items from participating retailers.

Nagi knew that it was a violation of SNAP regulations to trade cash for SNAP benefits. Nevertheless, from February 2011 through May 2013, Nagi exchanged SNAP benefits for cash at less than face value of the EBT benefits, in violation of the food stamp program rules. Typically, Nagi and kept up to 50 percent of the benefits for himself. To avoid detection, Nagi often debited funds in multiple transactions within minutes of each other. As a result of these illegal cash transactions, Nagi admitted that he obtained more than $1.2 million for food sales that never occurred.