Larry Hogan’s Indicted Former Chief Of Staff Hunted By FBI; Suicide Feared

ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND - JUNE 09: Governor Larry Hogan speaks at a press conference at Maryland State House on June 09, 2022 in Annapolis, Maryland. According to reports, three people were killed and four wounded after a gunman opened fire at the Columbia Machine manufacturing facility on June 9th in Smithsburg, Maryland. The suspect was later captured after a shootout with state troopers approximately 5 miles from the manufacturing facility. (Photo by Brian Stukes/Getty Images)
  • The manhunt for Roy McGrath stretches into the weekend with no indication that federal authorities have leads to the whereabouts of the fugitive former Maryland official.
  • The former head of the Maryland Environmental Service and chief of staff to Gov. Larry Hogan, McGrath went missing ahead of trial on charges of fraud, theft and falsifying records.
  • “We’re concerned that something may have happened,” an FBI agent said, in a recording obtained by The Baltimore Banner. “He doesn’t have any kind of violent criminal past, but we are concerned he may have committed suicide at this point.”


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