1st sentence handed down in Baltimore police corruption case

BALTIMORE (AP) — The first prison sentence has been handed down in connection with a corruption scandal that has roiled Baltimore police.

The Baltimore Sun reports a federal judge sentenced David Kendall Rahim to five years in prison on Friday. Rahim pleaded guilty last fall to charges that he was recruited by his cousin, Baltimore police Detective Jemell Rayam, to help carry out a $20,000 robbery of a couple who owned a pigeon store in 2014.

Rayam is one of eight members of the Gun Trace...

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