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Former Baltimore Behavioral Health CEO sentenced to two years in prison

Former Baltimore Behavioral Health CEO sentenced to two years in prison

Clutching his hands and fighting back tears, William "Kris" Hathaway apologized in court Friday for his role in the financial collapse of a Baltimore nonprofit that treated drug addicts and people with mental health problems.

"This is a challenge for me," Hathaway, 52, said to the packed chamber at U.S. District Court in Baltimore. "I cannot apologize enough, but I am truly sorry."

Hathaway, who was CEO of Baltimore Behavioral Health, pleaded guilty to diverting nearly $3.5 million withheld for employee taxes and $53,000 from a pension plan from 2009 to 2011. U.S. District Judge Richard D. Bennett sentenced Hathaway to two years in federal...

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