Thomas Allers, a former supervisor of the disgraced Baltimore Police Gun Trace Task Force, is scheduled to be sentenced on Friday.
BALTIMORE (WMAR) - A former supervisor of the disgraced Baltimore Police Gun Trace Task Force was sentenced to 15 years on Friday.
Sergeant Thomas Allers pleaded guilty to robbing people on nine occasions while he worked on the Gun Trace Task Force. Those crimes happened between 2014 and 2016.
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Five other members of that task force have also pleaded guilty, and two more were convicted during their trial of using their prestige to rob people and commit overtime fraud.