Md. Ex-Anticrime Aid Chief Accused Of Misspending

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The former director of a Maryland agency that distributes federal anticrime grants was indicted on charges he misused $6.3 million, reports the Baltimore Sun. Some of the money paid for speechwriters and other staff for then-Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend. The charges against Stephen P. Amos, former executive director of the Governor’s Office of Crime
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