Baltimore Police officer charged with stealing $10,000 during search warrant and lying to the FBI

Baltimore Police officer charged with stealing $10,000 during search warrant and lying to the FBI
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  • A federal grand jury indicted Baltimore Police officer Ethan Glover on charges of theft of government property and lying to federal investigators.

A federal grand jury indicted Baltimore Police Officer Ethan Glover on charges of theft of government property and lying to federal investigators.

Federal investigators allege Glover stole $10,000 during a search warrant, hiding the cash in his girlfriend's bathroom and lying to the FBI in interviews asking him if he had stolen the funds. During interviews, Glover reportedly asked the FBI how much the arrestee was saying was missing from the duffel bags, and later spent some of the money on designer shoes, according to federal prosecutors.

Glover allegedly participated in a search warrant with the Baltimore DEA on April 8, 2016, where the police department searched a house and retrieved almost $3 million in cash contained in duffel bags. According to the Justice Department, Glover stole close to $10,000 out of the bags on the drive back to the DEA office.
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