Baltimore Maryland Police Department
|Dates of Service||Hired December 19, 2011.|
|Last Known Status||Suspended|
2022 Drug Sales
On September 29, 2022, Watson left his assignment at police headquarters, drove to a tattoo parlor, and sold marijuana.
On December 19, 2022, a Baltimore County grand jury indicted Watson for felony distribution of controlled dangerous substances.
On December 19, 2022, Watson was suspended without pay.
On May 4, 2023, the Baltimore City State's Attorney announced that a grand jury had indicted Watson on charges of theft and misconduct in office for reporting hours as worked when he was away from his duties.
On September 11, 2023, Watson pleaded guilty to distribution of marijuana and was sentenced to one year of home detention.
On November 16, 2023, Watson pleaded guilty to theft and was sentenced to 6 months of home detention, to be served concurrently with his earlier sentence.
- Dylan Segelbaum, Ex-Baltimore Police officer pleads guilty to selling cannabis to confidential informant, Baltimore Banner, 2023-09-11
- Watson Cejus, Police Officer, City of Baltimore, govSalaries
- Two BPD officers indicted: One allegedly sold drugs on the clock, the other ran a red light killing a man, WMAR, 2023-05-04
- Lea Skene, Prosecutor: Baltimore police officer sold pot on the clock, mrt, 2023-05-04
- Blair Young, 2 Baltimore City police officers indicted in separate cases, WBAL, 2023-05-05
- Indictment, Circuit Court for Baltimore County
- Dylan Segelbaum, A Baltimore Police officer got free weed at his side gig. He unwittingly sold it to an informant., Baltimore Banner, 2023-11-16