Embezzlement alleged at Brentwood Volunteer Fire Dept.


Michael Theis/Route 1 Reporter

The Bunker Hill Fire Station on Rhode Island Avenue.

A former president of the Brentwood Volunteer Fire Department has been charged with embezzling up to $100,000 from the department.  In May 2018, a Prince George's County grand jury issued an indictment against former BVFD president and Lusby resident Steven Michael King. King is also the son of Prince George's County...
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