Baltimore Corrections Officers Charged for Looting Snacks From 7-Eleven During Riots

Two Baltimore correctional officers were charged and placed on leave Wednesday after looting snacks from a downtown 7-Eleven last month during riots spurred by the death of Freddie Gray, officials said.

Tamika Cobb and Kendra Richard were caught on video on April 25 taking Slim Jims and Tostitos chips from the store on the corner of W. Baltimore and Howard streets, the state Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services said, The Baltimore Sun reported.

Ms. Richard is seen in the video, posted on YouTube, leaving the store holding the jerky snacks, while Ms. Cobb has the chips, police said. They said Ms. Cobb was the one in yellow shoes, blue pants and a black sweatshirt with a large white graphic on the front, The Sun reported.