Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan sent a letter criticizing Baltimore’s crime-fighting strategy as too “status quo,” and saying the state could give Baltimore an extra $21 million only if it sends “acceptable” measures and reports on reducing violent crime.
He sent a four page letter to the Mayor’s office and the police department. The spokesperson for the Baltimore Police Department said the Commissioner won’t respond until Mayor Young does.
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