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Man suing Baltimore Police Department for $17M over Gun Trace Task Force corruption

March 10, 2022

Baltimore Police Officers Keith Gladstone and Carmine Vignola arrived at fellow officer Robert Hankard’s house on a late March evening in 2014 in dire straits. The pair needed a toy gun. Fast. Another officer, Wayne Jenkins, had just run a man over in Northeast Baltimore. The man wasn’t in possession of drugs or a gun, and if Gladstone and Vignola didn’t help Jenkins plant evidence soon, there could be trouble, according to federal court filings.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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