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Sgt. Dennis Workley swore, in an affidavit, he'd seen an informant buy drugs from suspects in an east Baltimore home. That account was the basis for a predawn raid just after Christmas in 2011. The raid that left the family's Christmas presents smashed. Workley apologized, saying in court he got lazy and cut corners in writing the warrant. He faced 10 years in jail, but a judge determined he couldn't think of a jail safe enough to house Workley so he will serve a suspended sentence and supervised probation. Read more: www.wbaltv.com... .html#ixzz2U2VZOvEf