“Snell pulled out a large wad of several thousand dollars in cash and paid Rayam,” prosecutors wrote of an alleged payout in November 2016.
Last month, Rayam became the third Baltimore officer to plead guilty to federal racketeering charges.
(Ulysses Muñoz / Baltimore Sun) As overall crime increases in Baltimore, so have violent crimes by juveniles.
Days later, they wrote, Rayam returned to Philadelphia to have Snell distribute 80 grams of heroin the unit had recovered.
He called Snell from jail, urging the Philadelphia police officer to stay silent, prosecutors wrote.