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.
Matthew Gorman pleaded guilty to bribing then-Prince George’s County Council member Will Campos in a scheme tied to the operations of the county’s liquor board. He faces up to 10 years in prison.
Two former members of the General Assembly have been snared in a probe of corruption involving a county liquor board and a third has been reprimanded by an ethics committee. “It’s the kind of behavior that can’t be acceptable here,” he said.
The founder of a Maryland nonprofit has been charged with bribing a former Prince George’s County Council member and state delegate in exchange for grant money.
Former Prince George’s Council member and Maryland Delegate Will Campos pleaded guilty in a public corruption investigation that has also exposed corrupt practices by the Prince George’s liquor board. Campos is accused of accepted at least $37,000 worth of bribes since 2007.
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