BALTIMORE (AP) - Seven officers assigned to a gun tracing task force stole money from victims they falsely detained, wrote fake police reports, lied to investigators and filed for overtime they didn't work, according to a damning federal indictment that comes as the troubled Baltimore Police Department struggles with reforms.
Federal prosecutors announced the indictment Wednesday in the city, where the police department entered into a consent decree with the U.S. Justice Department in the
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