When Derrick Jones of Aberdeen received orders to ship off to Afghanistan in mid-October with the Maryland National Guard, he may have thought, “Just in the nick of the time.” Jones is a corrections officer who had recently become a suspect in the outrageous corruption scandal at the Baltimore City Detention Center.
Allegedly, Black Guerrilla Family leader Tavon White (who, in case you forgot, allegedly ran his criminal operations from jail with the full cooperation of several corrections officers — four of whom he fathered children with) referred to Jones has his “homeboy” in intercepted phone conversations.
The FBI has evidence that Jones “made $3,000 to $5,000 a week smuggling banned items for a single unnamed inmate.” Now they just have to figure out how to bring him back home for a trial.
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