When you can’t tell the players apart without a scorecard

Sergio Summerville was a small-time drug dealer living out of a storage unit in September 2016 when officers from the Baltimore Police Gun Trace Task Force blocked him from leaving the facility.

One of the officers said he was with the federal Drug Enforcement Administration. He was not. The officers said they had a warrant. They didn’t. They didn’t even know his name — though they tried to bluff, Summerville said.

They ended up taking thousands of dollars out of a sock he kept in his storage unit, he testified in federal court Wednesday, and left without charging him.

“They came at me like a gang or something,” said Summerville, 38.
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3 Responses to When you can’t tell the players apart without a scorecard

  1. StBernardnot says:

    “BAD COPS”? Nawww! Say it ain’t so! M—–F–k–s!

  2. Chuck says:

    Bad cops in Baltimore? No fucking way.

  3. Mike says:

    Lock their asses up.

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