While Homicide Detective Sean Suiter’s death still remains a mystery, his name is being thrown in the mix of some dirt. Former Gun Trace Task Force Detective, Momodu Gondo, testified that Suiter used to steal money with him between 2008 and 2009. The money that was stolen would be split between officers.
After this announcement was made, Baltimore City Police Spokesman, Chief TJ Smith Issued this statement to FOX45:
“The Baltimore Police Department is monitoring the testimony. We have detectives embedded with the FBI Corruption Task Force and they are continuing to work this investigation jointly. These are the same investigators who have worked side by side with the FBI from the onset of this investigation that resulted in the arrest of several active officers last March.
The allegations and actions disturbing, unacceptable, and criminal. We are working diligently to investigate and hold those who tarnished the badge and violated public trust accountable for their actions. The citizens deserve better and the hardworking honorable men and women of this agency deserve better.”
Suiter was murdered in November of 2017 while investigating a triple homicide.