Hogan pledges $21 million for Baltimore crime fight, endorses surveillance plane

Gov. Larry Hogan on Tuesday pledged $21 million to help fight crime in Baltimore and endorsed the use of a controversial surveillance plane to fly over the city recording the movements of people and vehicles below. In a letter to Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young, Hogan also said he authorized up to 10 Maryland State Police helicopter crews to staff their own flights over the city and urged city officials to set a goal of reducing homicides to below 200 a year. (Balt. Sun)

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