Gov. Larry Hogan expressed concern Tuesday about Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh‘s crime-fighting strategy, saying he’s not sure what her plan is to reduce the record homicide rate.
While Hogan told reporters that he had “a lot of confidence” in Police Commissioner Kevin Davis, he demurred when asked about his confidence in Pugh’s crime plans.
“That’s a real tough question, because I’m not sure what the mayor’s plan is to fight violent crime in Baltimore City,” Hogan said at an Annapolis news conference. “I don’t know that there is a plan.”