SoMD Person Among Six MD Officers Facing Federal Fraud Costs

Greenbelt, Maryland – A federal grand jury has returned an indictment charging an officer for the Fairmount Heights Law enforcement Division, the Anne Arundel County Police Division, the Maryland-National Capital Park Law enforcement, and a few officers from the Prince George’s County Law enforcement Section (PGPD) with federal fees for conspiracy to dedicate bank fraud, wire fraud and/or mail fraud. The indictment was returned on July 28, 2021, and unsealed right now. The following defendants are charged in the federal indictment.

  • Conrad Darwin D’Haiti, age 52, of La Plata, Maryland, of the Maryland-Countrywide Funds Park Police
  • Philip James Dupree, age 37, of Pikesville, Maryland, of the Fairmount Heights Police Office
  • Mark Ross Johnson, Jr., age 33, of Camp Springs, Maryland, of the PGPD
  • Michael Anthony Owen, Jr., age 33, of Accokeek, Maryland, of the PGPD
  • Jaron Earl Taylor, age 27, of Ft. Washington, Maryland, of the Anne Arundel County Police Department and
  • Candace Danielle Tyler, age 34, of District Heights, Maryland, of the PGPD.

Dupree, Johnson, Taylor, and Tyler are envisioned to have an first appearance this afternoon in U.S. District Courtroom in Greenbelt. D’Haiti is predicted to switch himself in at a later date and Owen is detained on an unrelated State charge. Equally will have initial appearances in U.S. District Courtroom at a later on date.

The indictment was declared by Performing United States Legal professional for the District of Maryland Jonathan F. Lenzner Special Agent in Demand Thomas J. Sobocinski of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Baltimore Subject Workplace and Main Malik Azziz of the Prince George’s County Police Section.