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March 17, 2020: Level II – Flexible Operations of the Pandemic Flu and Other Infectious Diseases Attendance and Leave Policy

On March 12, 2020, Governor Hogan  moved the state to Level II – Flexible Operations of the Pandemic Flu and Other Infectious Diseases Attendance and Leave Policy and invoked mandatory telework across state agencies for all non-essential state employees who can perform their duties from home. In accordance with this policy the OSP physical offices  Read the Rest…

February 13, 2020: Devan Martin, OSP Case #20-5785

In accordance with the Maryland Code, Criminal Procedure Article Section 14-108, the Office of the State Prosecutor is making the following report available to the public: Martin ROI Letter 2.11.2020      

January 17, 2020: Greensboro Police Chief Pleads Guilty to Misconduct in Office

GREENSBORO POLICE CHIEF PLEADS GUILTY TO MISCONDUCT IN OFFICE Maryland State Prosecutor Charlton Howard announced today that Michael Petyo, former Police Chief of the Greensboro Police Department in Caroline County, Maryland, pleaded guilty on January 17, 2020, to one count of misconduct in office for making factual misrepresentations in an Application for Certification, which he  Read the Rest…

December 18, 2019: Ex-Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh Charged with Perjury

EX-BALTIMORE MAYOR CATHERINE PUGH CHARGED WITH PERJURY Maryland State Prosecutor Charlton Howard announces that the Office of the State Prosecutor has charged ex-Baltimore Mayor Catherine E. Pugh with perjury for her failure to disclose her business interest in Healthy Holly, LLC on her financial disclosures during her services as a Maryland State Senator. The charging  Read the Rest…

December 5, 2019: Former Baltimore City School Business Manager Pleads Guilty to Theft of School Funds

Former Baltimore City School Business Manager pleads guilty to theft of school funds State Prosecutor Charlton T. Howard III announced today that Danean Cunningham, a former teacher and Business Manager of Mergenthaler Vocational Technical High School, pleaded guilty to the theft of Baltimore City school funds. Cunningham admitted stealing approximately $9,999.99 from Mergenthaler Vocational Technical  Read the Rest…

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