BALTIMORE (WBFF)– Jury deliberations in the federal corruption case against two Baltimore police officers are set to resume.
Monday will be the first full day of deliberations after jurors were granted a three day break that began Friday.
After weeks of testimony, the fate of Marcus Taylor and Daniel Hersl is in their hands.
Both men were members of Baltimore City Police Department’s Gun Trace Task Force and are facing racketeering charges.
Six other former Baltimore Police Officers have admitted to robbing people as part of a racketeering organization they operated out of the Baltimore Police Department.