Baltimore police say seven officers facing internal investigations tied to gun task force corruption case

A high-ranking Baltimore Police Department internal affairs commander told City Council members Wednesday that seven officers are under internal investigations connected to the department’s corrupt Gun Trace Task Force. Another two officers were investigated and cleared, Lt. Col. LaTonya Lewis said. Lewis’ disclosure came at a monthly police oversight where Councilman Brandon Scott peppered police commanders with questions about internal affairs cases, which are not usually aired in public while investigations are under way. (Balt. Sun)

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