Cobra Investigation Licensed by the Maryland State Police
Launches phase 2 of investigation on Baltimore County and Baltimore City
This child's death could have been avoided
Lily Kelly age 10, killed by a drunk driver on
November 27, 2012
Findings in Phase 1 of Investigation: Investigation from May 2011-Ocotober 2013
Department of Mental Health and Hygiene know from here on as DHMH.
Signed affidavits from clients who were sent to treatment programs, explaining the horror they went through with some of the Baltimore County Treatment Providers.
Actual documents from probation agents showing the problems with Baltimore County Treatment Providers.
Financial records have been secured
Files of clients have been secured
Corporation documents have been secured
State Audit showing the clear relationship with the Division of parole and Probation and the treatment providers (pp2 of audit)
Violations from COMAR guidelines within some of Baltimore County Treatment Providers
Evidence of possible Insurance Fraud using local union insurance to cover claims
Neglect from Baltimore County Treatment Providers
Neglect from the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene as to supervision of Baltimore County treatment Providers
Department of Health and Mental Hygiene covering up major violations for the Department of Parole and Probation
Supervisors in Department of Mental Hygiene providing false information to the Governor of Maryland
Baltimore County Providers not providing proper information to the courts
Wrong Deaths have occurred that should not have occurred if DHMH was doing their job
Phase 2 will consist of:
Background checks on all providers and employees will take place. The collection of information will consists of the following tax records, Motor Vehicle records, criminal records, lawsuits, civil suits, college records, business records, complaints that have been filed on the business, relationships with anyone in state or local government that could be a conflict of interest, ethical violation, abuse complaints qualifications to teach or to do proper evaluations, and our agency will also interview neighbors and friends of Baltimore County Providers, State employees. In addition, agents or informants may continue visiting Baltimore County Treatment Providers.