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Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh will be sentenced in February in the "Healthy Holly" book scandal that led to her resignation.  Pugh pleaded guilty Thursday to conspiracy and tax evasion. She admitted to using the sales of her "Healthy Holly" children's books to fund her mayoral campaign through straw donors and to purchase her home. She also admits to cheating on her taxes.  She's set to be sentenced on February 27th.

Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh will be sentenced in February in the "Healthy Holly" book scandal that led to her resignation.  Pugh pleaded guilty Thursday to conspiracy and tax evasion. She admitted to using the sales of her "Healthy Holly" children's books to fund her mayoral campaign through straw donors and to purchase her home. She also admits to cheating on her taxes.  She's set to be sentenced on February 27th.

Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh will be sentenced in February in the "Healthy Holly" book scandal that led to her resignation.  Pugh pleaded guilty Thursday to conspiracy and tax evasion. She admitted to using the sales of her "Healthy Holly" children's books to fund her mayoral campaign through straw donors and to purchase her home. She also admits to cheating on her taxes.  She's set to be sentenced on February 27th.

U.S. District Judge Deborah K. Chasanow Monday, sentenced Charles Mario Brown, Sr., age 48, of Baltimore, to seven years in federal prison, followed by 15 years of supervised release, for conspiracy to commit sex trafficking.

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U.S. District Judge George J. Hazel Thursday sentenced Coron Demon Johnson, a/k/a Savage, age 25, of Baltimore,  to 10 years in federal prison, followed by three years of supervised release, for distribution of heroin.  Johnson admitted that an individual died as a result of using heroin that he distributed.

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