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Former Correctional Officer Finally Gets to Plead Guilty to Smuggling a Cell Phone and Drugs Into Prison

June 8, 2010
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Lynae Chapman

In December, former correctional officer Lynae Chapman’s attempt to plead guilty to smuggling a cell phone and drugs into prison for the father of her unborn child, accused murderer and alleged Black Guerilla Family prison-gang member Ray Donald Lee, was rejected by Baltimore City Circuit Court judge David Young. Yesterday, The Baltimore Sun reports, Chapman’s guilty plea was accepted by another judge, Barry Williams, who sentenced her to a 10-year prison term, all but two years suspended. The case is one of many highlighting corruption among Maryland correctional officers.

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