Former Maryland Delegate Cheryl Glenn Indicted

Former Baltimore Delegate Cheryl Glenn accused of bribery and wire fraud.

(Baltimore, MD) — Former Maryland state Delegate Cheryl Glenn is being indicted on federal bribery and wire fraud charges. U.S. Attorney Robert K. Hur announced the indictment today, claiming Glenn accepted more than 33-thousand dollars in bribes in exchange for voting for a bill that increased the number of state medical cannabis licenses, as well as to help create a new liquor license in her East Baltimore district. The Baltimore Democrat abruptly stepped down from the House of Delegates last week without providing a reason. Glenn was elected to the House in 2006. She’s the second state delegate to resign amid federal charges this year.