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Wednesday, 7 July 2010

Maryland prison guard among 15 accused of helping Black Guerilla Family gang

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Maryland prison guard among 15 accused of helping Black Guerilla Family gang: "Alicia Simmons, 34, of Pikesville, a correctional officer at the maximum security Maryland Correctional Adjustment Center in Baltimore, was among those charged. Prosecutors said she was arrested Tuesday morning at the prison.
In recent years, federal officials in Maryland have cracked down on the Black Guerilla Family, or BGF, which they say first gained a foothold in the state's prisons and jails in the 1990s. Fourteen defendants in the case previously faced drug charges in connection with their alleged involvement in the gang, authorities said, but the new indictment added a racketeering charge."

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