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Md. grant creates alternative to jail for opioid offenders

HAGERSTOWN — Gov. Larry Hogan is announcing a $540,000 state grant to test an alternative to incarceration for those convicted of nonviolent crimes linked to heroin or opioid addiction. It's called a day reporting center, and it's planned for a vacant office building near the Washington County Sheriff's Office near Hagerstown. Hogan said in a statement Monday ...

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