A Baltimore man pleaded guilty in federal court on Tuesday to assaulting two undercover ATF agents, prosecutors said. Menard Hazelwood, 29, was charged with the assault of a federal officer and brandishing a firearm in the course of a crime of violence.
According to his plea agreement, Hazelwood and 33-year-old Donte Smith tried to rob two undercover ATF special agents on May 26, 2017.
A confidential informant made plans to purchase $2,000 worth of heroin. The undercover agents drove the informant to pick up the heroin dealer.
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Source: Baltimore Sun
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