Baltimore entrepreneur Lance Lucas was sentenced to 18 months in federal prison on Thursday for bribery of former Maryland state delegate Cheryl Glenn.
Lucas, who became known to the Baltimore tech community through IT training for the unemployed and computers for guns exchange events, previously pleaded guilty to paying $42,500 in bribes to Glenn. Between May 2018 and July 2019, these cash payments were made in exchange for Glenn including specific provisions in legislation that would expand the Cyber Warrior Diversity Program cybersecurity training program developed by Lucas’ Digit All Systems, as well as to help companies with Lucas ties to obtain medical marijuana licenses.
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