A former Prince George’s County housing director has been sentenced to three years and one month in prison for his role in a corruption scheme involving former county executive Jack Johnson.
Former Prince George’s County Council member Leslie Johnson is about to begin serving a year and a day in prison for her role in obstructing an investigation into a corruption scheme involving her husband.
Prosecutors say former P.G. County Exec. Jack Johnson has the money to pay a $100,000 fine before he heads to prison, although he has requested to defer the payment to a later date.
Jack Johnson, former PG County Executive recently convicted of exorting thousands and thousands of dollars in bribes was granted another two weeks of freedom before heading off to prison.
The Maryland Court of Appeals has disbarred former Prince George’s County Executive Jack Johnson.
The Leslie and Jack Johnson corruption scandal continues to make waves in MD. Under a proposed amendment, public officials would immediately be removed from office if found guilty of a crime.