Gov. Larry Hogan denied Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby's recent comments that her office tried to contact his in recent months.
Mosby said last month her office had worked for months to contact Hogan's office before the governor directed Attorney General Brian Frosh to prosecute violent crime in Baltimore.
"Marilyn Mosby has never actually asked for a meeting with me about the crime in the city," Hogan told reporters after a press conference marking the start of demolition on the old Baltimore City Detention Center. "I never made any critical comments about the state's attorney at all. I did just say we wanted to back her up and provide as much assistance as we could."
For her part, Mosby maintained her side of the story was accurate.