1st Degree Murder Attempted Murder Assault Excessive Force False Arrest False Imprisonment Harassment Taxpayers paid out more than $1.2 million in two years to settle three cases in which Officer Nicholas Chapman was a defendant. Abdul Salaam In 2016, a jury awarded Abdul Salaam $70,000 after he filed a civil suit against Chapman and other […]Read More #WantedWednesday: Officer Nicholas David Chapman
Overtime Fraud Assault Excessive Force False Arrest False Imprisonment Abusive Language Managerial Ineptitude In 1996 Quick was among a group of police accused of falsely detaining verbally abusing and assaulting Aaron Jones and two family members. The officers made the arrests “all while yelling crude racial epithets”. Aaron Jones was not found guilty. Source: Baltimore […]Read More #WantedWednesday: Lieutenant Robert Quick, Jr.
Assault w/ a Firearm Assault Excessive Force False Arrest False Imprisonment In 2011, the city paid $67,500 to settle a claim made by Baltimore resident, Terrell Perkins. Perkins charged that Conaway and additional officers assaulted him unprovoked during a robbery-related interrogation in 2007 after the store where Perkins worked was robbed. Perkins maintained he was “physically […]Read More #WantedWednesday: Colonel Byron Conaway