BALTIMORE — A federal judge here has agreed to defer prosecution of Shoppers Food Warehouse in connection with a bribery case against two of the retailer’s former executives and a state Senator. Supervalu, the Minneapolis-based parent of Shoppers Food Warehouse, must pay $2.5 million and cooperate with federal prosecutors in the case, which alleges the retailer paid almost $246,000 over six years to state Sen. Ulysses Currie, who is alleged to have taken official actions to directly benefit ...

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