Most charges dropped in unlicensed-CPA case

March 10, 2011|By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun

Charges have largely been dropped against a Howard County man arrested last year for allegedly practicing as a certified public accountant without a license.

Columbia resident George Oluwaboro, 51, was given probation before judgment for doing unlicensed work. Prosecutors declined to move forward on three other charges, including theft.

The state's Board of Public Accountancy said it does not intend to pursue the matter further.

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