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No Charges in Camden Impersonation Case
01/16/2013 7:32 AM ET  

Camden's economic development director has been cleared of charges of impersonating a state official.

CAMDEN, Maine (AP) _ Brian Hodges had been investigated by state police after they found emails to state officials in 2011 that were supposedly from Deb Neuman, the state's deputy commissioner of economic development, a job Hodges once held. According to court documents, the emails came from IP addresses linked to Hodges.

Hodges tells WABI-TV  that prosecutors dropped the case months ago, but he only found out a few days ago.

He says he was confident he would be cleared and is looking forward to focusing on his job in Camden.

 

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