Gov. Larry Hogan and Baltimore Mayor Jack Young set meeting on teaming up to fight city crime

Gov. Larry Hogan and Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young are set to meet to discuss ways the state can help the city’s leaders fight crime as the number of killings in Baltimore so far this year eclipsed the figure tallied for all of 2014. Hogan, a Republican, told reporters Wednesday that he and Young would meet next week, along with Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison. “It’s the city’s responsibility, but the state — as I’ve been saying forever — the state and federal government need to assist the city. It’s beyond what they can do by themselves and we’ve all got to jump in and do our part,” Hogan said. (Balt. Sun)

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