City Settles Two Police Lawsuits for $150,000

7/12/17

By Louis Krauss, BaltimoreBrew

The Board of Estimates today agreed to pay $50,000 to a man who showed the time and location of his arrest report on drug charges conflicted with his GPS ankle tracking device and $100,000 to a man who cited flaws in the evidence leading to his arrest on carjacking charges.

Antoine Casey’s 2014 arrest on multiple charges of drug possession and distribution stemmed from an incident in which Baltimore police identified two known drug traffickers in the area of Tivoly Avenue near East 28th Street.

According to the city Law Department, Casey was seen speaking with the men and then entering a vacant house where police later found what appeared to be bags of heroin pills.

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