During testimony in the corruption trial of two Baltimore police detectives, another stunning twist unfolded Monday afternoon.
While being cross-examined by defense attorneys, former Baltimore police detective Momodu Gondo told the jury that 10 years ago he worked in a unit with Sean Suiter. According to Gondo, the squad would steal money and then split it.
Suiter, who went on to became a homicide detective with the department, was shot in the head on November 15 of last year. Suiter died the next day, the same day he was scheduled to testify before a federal grand jury in a case that involved Gun Trace Task Force supervisor Sgt. Wayne Jenkins.
Suiter's case remains unsolved.
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