During what will be a very contentious budget cycle, a legislative session that may be worse, and an uphill battle to modify a revenue cay that’s been choking county revenue for 18 years, another item of great interest is thrown into the mix.
John Leopold has been indicted on five counts of misconduct from accusations ranging from using county police to help with his campaign to driving him to sexual rendezvous in Annapolis-area parking lots. It also accuses Leopold of stealing his political opponent’s campaign signs, forcing police officers on his security detail to empty urine from his catheter – among other personal errands – and using cops to conceal a sexual relationship with a county employee.
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