Reaction to the arrest of Prince George's County Executive Jack Johnson
"My concern is what will be the impact of this for our children who need role models so bad. I have spent years teaching young people the importance of being honest, trustworthy and being good citizens."
Eugene Williams, 68, English teacher at Annapolis Road Academy in Bladensburg
"I am saddened; I am shocked; I am dismayed. We need to be in prayer for our county executive, our first lady and for the citizens of Prince George's County. At this point the situation is so fluid, it is hard, even inappropriate, to predict the ultimate outcome of what is going on."
The Rev. Jonathan Weaver, pastor of Greater Mount Nebo AME Church in Bowie and head of Collective Banking Group, an organization of 200 churches focused on bringing development to Prince George's
"This is a sad day for Prince George's County, and for County Executive Johnson and his family. Now more than ever, it's important that all of us who have worked together to move the county forward renew our efforts and continue on our path of progress, even in difficult times."
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley
"He's a good man. He's the same as my son. I thought that they were having a party."
Helen Berger, who lives doors away from the Johnsons and watched as events unfolded Friday