Arun­del of­fi­cial re­signs in wake of charges

Baltimore Sun - - MARYLAND NATION & WORLD -

The head of Anne Arun­del County’s Eco­nomic De­vel­op­ment Corp. has re­signed, five days after he was ar­rested for al­legedly break­ing into a neigh­bor’s home and go­ing through her un­der­wear drawer. Bob Han­non, the cor­po­ra­tion’s CEO, was charged Fri­day with first- and fourthde­gree bur­glary, fourth-de­gree theft and theft less than $100 after a neigh­bor’s se­cu­rity cam­era recorded him al­legedly break­ing into her East­port apart­ment and re­mov­ing items of lin­gerie from her bed­room, An­napo­lis po­lice said. Han­non, 70, was placed on un­paid leave Tues­day. Han­non’s res­ig­na­tion is ef­fec­tive im­me­di­ately, ac­cord­ing to County Ex­ec­u­tive Steve Schuh’s of­fice. The county’s chief ad­min­is­tra­tive of­fi­cer, Mark Hartzell, will serve as act­ing CEO. Han­non did not

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