• April 20, 2024

Two Correction Officers Have Been Charged With Looting During Baltimore Riots! Check it out!

They are responsible for the supervision of suspected and convicted criminals.

But these two correctional officers in Baltimore, Maryland, have been charged with theft and burglary.

Tamika Cobb and Kendra Richard, who work at Baltimore City jail, were allegedly captured on video looting from a convenience store during last month’s riots over the death of resident Freddie Gray.

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On Wednesday, they were both suspended from their jobs without pay, according to a statement released online by the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correction

The statement details how intelligence officers reviewed video footage of rioters looting a closed 7-Eleven store in the 300 block of West Baltimore Street on the night of April 25 following a tip-off.

Upon examination of the video, captured on the first day of major unrest after Gray’s April 19 death, they determined that Cobb and Richard were among the looters leaving the store with merchandise.

Follow more of the story at Daily Mail

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