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After a 21-day manhunt, Roy C. McGrath, a fugitive who had been a top aide to Larry Hogan when he was Maryland’s governor, died Monday as the result of a confrontation with the FBI in the Knoxville, Tennessee area. 


  1. What triggered the manhunt?
  2. What was the indictment related to?
  3. How long did McGrath serve as chief of staff?
  4. Why were a number of officials caught off guard by the charges?


Thompson, S., O. Wiggins, P. Stein, and M. Wells. (2023). Former Hogan chief of staff Roy McGrath dies after confrontation with FBI. April 3 (Retrievable online at