Say What: Jailed Gang Leader Had Five Kids with Four Prison Guards! [Details]
Rucuss staffApril 24, 2013
Women prison guards with ‘low self-esteem’ were targets at a Baltimore City Detention Center.
Federal prosecutors accuse 13 female correctional officers, seven inmates and five others with plotting to smuggle drugs, cellphones and other contraband into a Baltimore jail and other corrections facilities.
An indictment unsealed Tuesday said the scheme involved sex between inmates and guards. And Black Guerrilla Family gang leader Tavon White was at the center of it all. The 36-year old, whose awaiting an attempted murder trial, focused on guards who had ‘low self-esteem and insecurities’ to sleep with and help smuggle drugs.
White allegedly fathered five children with four female guards, who were identified as Jennifer Owens, 31, Katera Stevenson, 24, Chania Brooks, 27, and Tiffany Linder, 27. Two of the women got tattoos of White’s name. One got inked on her neck while the other on her wrist, the Washington Post reports.
The indictment claims the gang ran the scheme from inside the detention center and charges gang members and corrections officers with conspiracy, drug possession and distribution and money laundering.
Photos via Daily Mail
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