BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The chief of administration and chief spokesperson for the Baltimore State’s Attorney’s Office are no longer with the office, according to The Baltimore Sun.
In an email obtained by The Sun, State’s Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby said both positions, which are “vital to [the] organization’s steadfast commitment to ensuring public trust and public safety,” were open.READ MORE: SEE IT: Good Samaritan Recalls Moment He Jumped Into Bay To Rescue Toddler After Ocean City Crash
Spokeswoman Rochelle Ritchie reportedly emailed members of the media saying she had resigned, while there has still been no details released about the departure of Steward Beckham, the chief of administration.
Ritchie released the following statement:READ MORE: Baltimore Mayor Announces Pilot Program To Direct Some 911 Calls To Mental Health Professionals
“I am thrilled to start a new chapter in my life where my 12 years of media experience will be appreciated and where I will be under, respectable and seasoned leadership. I am truly grateful for the opportunity the State’s Attorney provided and wish all of the staff at SAO the best of luck.”
Both Ritchie and Beckham had been with the State’s Attorney’s Office since Mosby’s administration took over in 2015.Unemployed Workers Rally, Demanding To Know When They Will Get Their Money