FBI Conducts Raid on Baltimore’s “Safe Streets” Program Headquarters

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) conducted a raid on Thursday at the headquarters of Baltimore’s “Safe Streets” program. The raid was reportedly based on allegations that the taxpayer-funded community program may have connections with the gang members it is meant to combat. The program, established in 2007, aims to reduce gun violence by acting as a liaison between the city, police department, and local gangs.

The FBI has not released specific details regarding the raid, but insiders suggest that the bureau is investigating possible misconduct within the program. In addition to the headquarters, the homes of two employees were also raided. The lack of transparency and accountability within the program has raised concerns among local politicians and residents.

Isaac “Yitzy” Schleifer, a councilman, expressed his lack of surprise at the raid, citing the program’s lack of transparency and accountability. Schleifer and his colleagues have been vocal about the need for more information regarding the program’s use of taxpayer dollars. Other council members, such as Odette Ramos and Mark Conway, also expressed concern and called for further investigation.

LifeBridge Health, the company managing the site, confirmed the raid and stated that they are cooperating with authorities. Residents of the Belair-Edison neighborhood, where the program is located, expressed their disappointment and questioned the program’s effectiveness.

Author: CrimeDoor

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