Chong Chin Kim of Odenton, Md., former Prince George's County police officer, sentenced in conspiracy to distribute untaxed cigarettes

10:51 PM, Sep 13, 2012   |    comments
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GREENBELT, Md. (WUSA) -- A former Prince George's County Police officer who conspired with other officers, the owner of Tick Tock Liquors, and others to transport and distribute untaxed cigarettes has been sentenced to five years and a day in prison.

Chong Chin Kim, 44, of Odenton, Md. was sentenced on Thursday. He must also serve three years of supervised release after serving his jail time and forfeit $2,661, 240.

The Department Of Justice said in a press release that Kim "conspired with Chun 'Eddy' Chen, who owned a carry-out store in Maryland; Amir Miljkovic, who owned a business called Prestige Auto Glass in College Park, Maryland; former Prince George's County police officer Richard Delabrer; and others to transport and distribute untaxed cigarettes and alcohol in Maryland, Virginia and elsewhere."

According to a plea agreement, Kim and Delabrer were paid to protect the transportation and distribution.

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