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Duncan on Norris


In his run for governor, Montgomery County Executive Doug Duncan has taken his share of swipes at Democratic rival Martin O'Malley for his handling of crime in Baltimore.

Tomorrow Duncan will be chatting with a guy with first-hand knowledge of the topic: Ed Norris, the former police commission and ex-state police superintendent who now has his own radio show.

Norris announced today that Duncan would be a guest, on his show starting at 12:30 p.m. Thursday on WHFS-FM (105.7 on the dial)

No word on what they'll talk about, but Baltimore crime is a popular theme for both men. Norris, of course, has some experience on both sides of the law.

He spent six months in federal prison last year after being caught spending as much as $20,000 from a Baltimore police fund on things like Victoria's Secret lingerie for women he dated.

Later in the day, Duncan will appear on News Channel 8's "Newstalk with Bruce DePuyt" from 4:00 - 4:30 p.m., (replay at 11 p.m.) on Thursday.

John Wagner

By Phyllis Jordan  |  February 8, 2006; 1:55 PM ET
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