Maryland Police Concede Criticisms In Audit

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Maryland's state police superintendent has acknowledged that the department has failed to collect DNA samples from thousands of felons, wasted more than $100,000 on ineffective hand-held computers, and failed to adequately monitor the drugs and money it collected as evidence, the Baltimore Sun reports. Col. Thomas E. "Tim" Hutchins, testifying before a legislative panel, agreed with nearly all the findings in a legislative audit and said he is well on the way to finding solutions. The . . .

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