WASHINGTON (AP) — The governors of Virginia and Maryland and the mayor of Washington, D.C., want Virginia transit officials to release the findings of an ethics investigation into their board chairman.

The Washington Post reports Govs. Larry Hogan and Ralph Northam on Monday demanded the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority ethics committee share findings of the probe of Jack Evans.

Evans’ relationship with private legal and consulting clients is under federal investigation.

Committee Chair Clarence W. Crawford released a probe summary, but officials countered with a demand for the full report.

But he says there is no full legal report, as recommended by Evans’ lawyer.

There also are no committee meeting minutes, contributing to a dispute about whether Evans committed any violations.

Hogan says Evans forced WMATA “to cover up his extensive wrongdoing.”

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  1. Tickedoff Person says:

    Yep……..here is the report. A multimillionaire MWM, super privileged who lives in a gated exclusive community, who lives on a golf course, who owns a yacht , that travels abroad frequently, who takes the entire family on some organizations dime, who is third generation of men in his family that never worked a day in his life, who went to exclusive private schools. Doesn’t want to talk about it. There investigation over.