BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Baltimore Board of Estimates accepted a $525,000 payout associated to the Gun Hint Job Pressure Wednesday.
Robert Johnson sued the Baltimore Police Division and two former members of the now-disbanded GTTF after he mentioned in 2014 these officers planted a gun in his automobile.
Officers Momodu Gondo and Jemell Rayam pulled over a automobile wherein Johnson was a passenger on August 27, 2014. Throughout the cease, officers recovered a gun on him. Johnson, who had a previous felony report, was charged with a firearms offense. He pleaded responsible to 1 cost and spent 4 years in jail consequently.
When the officers pleaded responsible to federal expenses associated to the GTTF in 2017, Johnson withdrew his responsible plea and the State’s Lawyer’s Workplace dismissed the unique expenses.
Johnson filed the lawsuit in 2019.
Together with Wednesday’s payout, town has paid out $14,375,000.