Former Hogan aide faces additional federal charge

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BALTIMORE (AP) — Federal prosecutors have filed an additional charge against a former aide to Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan for allegedly falsifying records.

A superseding indictment was announced against Roy McGrath by the U.S. attorney’s office on Tuesday in a case that alleges he collected excessive expenses and arranged for an unprecedented $233,647 severance payment. The Baltimore Sun reports the new federal wire fraud charge against McGrath relates to a memo that outlined the severance payment and included Hogan’s approval but that federal officials say McGrath fabricated. McGrath has pleaded not guilty.

Joseph Murtha, his attorney, says McGrath “firmly stands by the fact that Governor Hogan formally approved of his compensation.”


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