Sure. They call them M&Ps.
So far I've heard of three manufacturers who make Glocks... Glock, Sig Sauer, and now Smith & Wesson.
Let's not forget that S&W was successfully sued by Glock for the S&W Sigma so this could be where the reference comes from, though it's a stretch. It's an odd article reference overall, especially when it mentions 38 cal. which would have to be a revolver. Unless, they are referencing an original S&W Sigma Compact which was made in .380 auto.
Apparently the pinhead who wrote the article thinks "gloc" is a type of firearm rather than a manufacturer.
A little knowledge is a dangerous thing. The reporter should get it right, but the terminology is confusing for those not familliar with firearms.
The Glock chambered in .40S&W is clear enough (to us). I didn't know of a Glock chambered in a .380 though. 9mm is close. They probably were S&W revolvers as Dsig1 suggested.
Good thing they didn't get my Colt automatic pistol .380 Kurz Walther (ppk/s)!
I'm surprised you didn't know this, Mike. The Gloc is a Chinese made knock-off of the Glock. It is made by the same company that makes the Rolecs watches.