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Baltimore City Schools Officer Pleads Guilty to Selling Crack: U.S. Attorney

The Baltimore County man also reportedly runs a side business in Reisterstown.

A Baltimore City School Police Force officer pleaded guilty to being involved in a drug conspiracy.
A Baltimore City School Police Force officer pleaded guilty to being involved in a drug conspiracy.
A Randallstown man who worked as a police officer in Baltimore City schools pleaded guilty to drug charges Monday, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Maryland.

Napoleon McLain Jr., 31, of Randallstown, pleaded guilty to conspiring to distribute crack cocaine, the U.S. Attorney reported.

McLain was an officer with the Baltimore City School Police Force who purchased multiple ounces of crack cocaine from suppliers, which he sold to others, according to the plea agreement.

During four meetings from December 2012 to August 2013, McLain sold a total of 150 grams of crack cocaine to a confidential source for $9,800, the plea agreement said.

McLain, who was on the Baltimore City School Police Force since 2009, resigned from his position, The Baltimore Sun reported. He continues to operate his "side business," according to the newspaper, which reported he runs Delicate Hands Home Care, a senior living facility off Highmeadow Road in Reisterstown.

After entering his guilty plea in court Monday, McLain was released with several stipulations including that he is not to possess a firearm and may be advised to participate in a substance abuse treatment program.

Sentencing is scheduled for Oct. 15. McLain faces a minimum of five years and a maximum sentence of 40 years, according to court documents.
Sidney Ford July 09, 2014 at 06:17 AM
This defendant, who worked with children on a regular basis, has pled guilty to selling cocaine, and continues to run a senior living facility in Reisterstown? Surely the State can intervene and ensure that vulnerable adults in his care are moved elsewhere.
art doyle July 09, 2014 at 07:14 AM
Sidney, grind the grammar a little. You appear waaay to literate for this forum.
DeDe July 09, 2014 at 08:38 AM
Why is this man out of jail ? There is something wrong when a person like this is allowed to quit his job (supposedly) watching over the safety of students, but continues to still run a senior citizens facility. There is something wrong with this whole thing. Isn't the welfare of elderly people just as important as the school children who he was watching ?
Sal Anthony July 09, 2014 at 02:42 PM
Aspiring rapper
Steven Spiegel July 09, 2014 at 07:55 PM
When they said he still continues to run his side business it threw me at first I thought they were going to say selling Crack to school aged children LOL !!!!

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