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The guilty plea of a retired Prince George's County fire official was unsealed Monday in federal court, linking him to the large-scale corruption probe that has taken down developers, public officials and police officers in the county over the last several months.
A retired Prince George's fire official has pleaded guilty in connection with the widespread corruption scandal that has taken down developers, public officials and police officers in the county in the last several months, according to federal court documents unsealed Monday.
A Prince George´s County developer has pleaded guilty in connection with the ongoing federal corruption probe that brought down former County Executive Jack B. Johnson, according to a plea agreement unsealed Thursday.