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Bail bondsman Donald Stepp was the go to guy for Jenkins, selling cocaine that Jenkins stole and purchasing the grappling hooks, machete, masks and other items Jenkins kept in his police car.Jenkins was seen as a “golden boy” who was “untouchable” and “a prince” because of his police work, according to testimony in the federal gun squad corruption case.”Jenkins saw the GTTF as a front for a criminal enterprise. It gave him free reign over the entire city, the cream of the crop of officers and put the whole city at his disposal,” Stepp said.Jenkins previously pleaded guilty to multiple charges in the case.Stepp testified about what Jenkins thought of fellow former gun squad Detective Daniel Hersl, who’s now on trial.”Jenkins described Hersl as one of the most corrupt cops in Baltimore City,” Stepp said.Stepp said Hersl shared in the proceeds of drug sales that totaled more than $1 million. Stepp said Jenkins would drop off drugs nightly at Stepp’s house in Bowley’s Quarters. The drugs were stolen from dealers in raids and kept in storage until sale.During the April 2015 unrest, Stepp said Jenkins brought two trash bags of pills taken from looters.”Jenkins said, ‘I just got people coming out of these places. I’ve got an entire pharmacy,” Stepp said.Stepp implicated former Detective Marcus Taylor, who’s also on trial, in the robbery of 30 pounds of marijuana, and he said Taylor once provided security for a New York drug dealer.Sgt. Thomas Wilson has been assigned to administrative duty as a result of Stepp’s testimony. Stepp said Wilson and Jenkins were in the security business together, and Wilson knew about the theft of 30 pounds of marijuana. Wilson has long had questions about his credibility. Wilson is not part of the federal corruption case.Defense lawyers got Stepp to admit that he has a history of fraud. One lawyer showed jurors a picture of Stepp’s company truck and asked what “Double D” stands for in Double D Bail Bonds. Stepp answered, “Donald and Dennis.”
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