The Baltimore Sun reports:
When a Baltimore judge sentenced Moshe Khaver to five years in prison for nearly killing a boy over a marijuana debt, she said the son of a Park Heights rabbi was no different from violent drug dealers from Cherry Hill.
Yet the 19-year-old is being treated differently.
Khaver has served the first 10 months of his prison sentence not in a state facility but in the city's Central Booking and Intake Center, an often crowded facility that typically houses detainees after they are arrested.
There, Khaver has special privileges, such as occupying one of a dozen solitary cells, and more lenient visitation rules, according to internal records.
His mother brings him kosher meals every day, a prosecutor said.
"That's not the normal course of business," William J. Smith, commissioner of the state Division of Pretrial and Detention Services, said of Khaver's confinement conditions.…