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January 31, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A Washington city employee who reportedly has said Mayor Marion Barry smoked crack cocaine in 1988 pleaded guilty to a narcotics charge and then testified for two hours before a federal grand jury investigating the mayor. James L. McWilliams pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor count of aiding and abetting "another person" in the use of crack cocaine Dec. 19, 1988, when Barry allegedly used the drug at a downtown Ramada Inn.
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January 31, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A Washington city employee who reportedly has said Mayor Marion Barry smoked crack cocaine in 1988 pleaded guilty to a narcotics charge and then testified for two hours before a federal grand jury investigating the mayor. James L. McWilliams pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor count of aiding and abetting "another person" in the use of crack cocaine Dec. 19, 1988, when Barry allegedly used the drug at a downtown Ramada Inn.
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January 30, 1990 | MICHAEL YORK, THE WASHINGTON POST
District of Columbia employee James L. McWilliams has reached an agreement with federal prosecutors and is expected to plead guilty to a single misdemeanor drug offense and tell a grand jury that he was present at the Ramada Inn when Mayor Marion Barry smoked crack cocaine, sources have told the Washington Post. The agreement, which could pave the way for perjury and other felony charges against the mayor, was concluded Monday at the office of U.S. Atty. Jay B. Stephens, the sources said.
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January 30, 1990 | MICHAEL YORK, THE WASHINGTON POST
District of Columbia employee James L. McWilliams has reached an agreement with federal prosecutors and is expected to plead guilty to a single misdemeanor drug offense and tell a grand jury that he was present at the Ramada Inn when Mayor Marion Barry smoked crack cocaine, sources have told the Washington Post. The agreement, which could pave the way for perjury and other felony charges against the mayor, was concluded Monday at the office of U.S. Atty. Jay B. Stephens, the sources said.
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