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D.C. corrections officer pleads to bribery charge

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A former D.C. corrections officer admitted to taking bribes to smuggle computer equipment and cash into a District of Columbia correctional facility. Daishawn Goodson, 26, of Temple Hills, pleaded in federal court to a graft, bribery of a public official, a crime that carries a penalty of up to 15 years in prison. She agreed to a $1,000 forfeiture. She was released Friday on her own...

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