BALTIMORE (AP) — Court records show Baltimore has settled at least 12 lawsuits related to the Gun Trace Task Force scandal.
The Baltimore Sun reported Friday that City Solicitor Dana Moore declined to provide details, saying city attorneys were "working through the process of finalizing the agreements that have been reached."
Settlements orders for nine cases appeared Friday afternoon in filings from the federal lawsuits filed in U.S. District Court. Attorneys confirmed to the newspaper that an additional three cases also had been settled.
The cases include a man who reported to police that officers robbed him of $11,000 in 2009, a crime that one of the officers admitted to on the witness stand during the Gun Trace Task Force trial nine years later.
It also includes a lawsuit brought by a woman who, along with her husband, in 2016 was abducted and taken to their home in Westminster, where members of the task force stole more than $20,000 despite having no evidence of a crime.
The city is facing dozens of claims related to the actions of the corrupt GTTF officers, who were convicted of racketeering and sentenced to between seven and 25 years in federal prison.