State Sen. Nathaniel Oaks, who is under federal indictment on corruption charges, has left his longtime private job, his employer announced Friday.
In an email to employees of Chesapeake Employers Insurance Co., chief executive Thomas Phelan informed the staff that the 71-year-old Baltimore Democrat turned in his resignation Thursday.
“We want to thank Nat for over 3 decades of service to the organization, and we wish him continued success with future endeavors,” Phelan wrote.
Chesapeake is the successor to the Injured Workers Insurance Fund. Oaks worked as an account manager.
Oaks’ departure comes the same week the U.S. attorney’s office added a count of...