PRINCE GEORGE’S CO., Md. (ABC7) — A Prince George’s Co. Police officer is suspended without pay after being indicted by a grand jury Thursday.
The Prince George’s Co. State’s Attorney’s office alleges Adrian Crudup interfered with a criminal investigation.
According to evidence, an investigation into Crudup began in May 2015.
Crudup was indicted for witness intimidation, accessory after the fact, and misconduct in office, according to the Prince George’s Co. State’s Attorney’s office.
PGPD says Crudup’s police powers were initially suspended in October 2016.
Crudup has worked for PGPD for nine years.