Anuj Sud, 40, of Hyattsville, Maryland, faces a two-year prison sentence, followed by a $50,000 fine and three years of supervised release for soliciting and accepting bribes.
There’s been another guilty plea in a wide-ranging federal probe targeting lawmakers, lobbyists and liquor board officials in Prince George’s County.
Anuj Sud solicited bribes from a lobbyist in exchange for help on the liquor board, authorities said.
One of the Prince George’s County liquor board officials caught up in a federal bribery investigation resigned Friday, and County Executive Rushern Baker said he wants to see changes to how officials are appointed to the board.
Two members of the board in charge of issuing liquor licenses in Prince George’s County are facing federal bribery charges after the FBI searched the board’s headquarters in Largo, Maryland, Thursday.
The owners of two county liquor stores are also facing federal charges.
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