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Former nonprofit CEO facing criminal charges works for Howard County government
Former nonprofit CEO facing criminal charges works for Howard County government

An Ellicott City man accused by federal prosecutors of mishandling money from employees of a nonprofit health organization has been working as a fiscal officer for the Howard County government. William "Kris" Hathaway, former CEO of Baltimore Behavioral Health, was charged Tuesday in federal court with one count of failing to account for employee taxes and one count of theft from the employee retirement plan. Andy Barth, a spokesman for the Howard County government, confirmed that Hathaway works in the county's Department of Citizen Services. Employees are subject to background checks when they are offered jobs, Barth said, adding, "What was done did not produce...

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