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Jack B. Johnson, Prince George's County executive, is arrested

Jack B. Johnson, Prince George's County's executive, was arrested Nov. 12 as federal investigators executed search warrants at the County Administration Building. His wife, Leslie Johnson, was also arrested. Each was charged with evidence tempering and destroying evidence.

 
 

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Prince George's County Executive Jack B. Johnson, flanked by attorneys Brian McDaniels, left, and Billy Martin, briefly speaks to the press outside the Federal Courthouse in Greenbelt. "I'm innocent of these charges," he said.


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