Former Baltimore sheriff candidate charged with campaign finance violations

A 2014 candidate for Baltimore City sheriff was charged with campaign finance violations Friday by the Office of the State Prosecutor. Richard Parker, 41, of Gwynn Oak, was a Democratic challenger to longtime Sheriff John W. Anderson in the 2014 primary. Anderson won with more than 56% of the vote and continued on to win the general election. Parker received 12.9% of the vote, according to the Maryland Board of Elections. (Daily Record)

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