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Topic - Mark L. Magaw
"It's a different administration, a different focus," said Prince George's County Police Chief Mark L. Magaw, who was appointed in December after County Executive Rushern L. Baker III was sworn into office.
"As we looked at several of these establishments, they were clearly violating [their permits], and we approached agencies to look at opportunities to get them in line," Chief Magaw said, when asked about the flurry of enforcement activity.