Precinct 3 – Franklin
Captain David Folderauer
News from the Captain
Lock your car doors. Thieves routinely commute to a residential area and begin pulling on handles to vehicle doors. An unlocked vehicle door is a surefire way to lose important or precious items, including your vehicle.
Thieves generally do not break windows unless they see something expensive left unattended in your vehicle.
Also, residents should stay alert to certain crime trends that have occurred throughout the County in recent years: deception burglaries and home improvement scams. Be mindful of certain ruses.
- Deception burglaries occur when suspects, generally working in pairs, approach homeowners at their residence with the intent of gaining entry under a seemingly benevolent role like posing as a legitimate worker from a local gas company, water department, cable company, or as a tree trimmer, paver, county inspector, or government official. One suspect will distract the homeowner while a second suspect will quietly enter the home and search for valuables and cash.
- Home improvement scams often involve someone posing as a repair person who offers a bargain price on a home repair. These con artists like to intimidate their victims, and the work is shoddy and done with inferior materials.
Details on these and other crime prevention tips are available online.
Report suspicious persons or conditions in your neighborhood by dialing 911. Together, we can make your neighborhood a safer place.
Are you going out of town? Don't leave your home looking unoccupied. Complete a Vacant House Form and email it to the precinct at firstname.lastname@example.org. Officers will then check on your location for any unusual activity while you are away.
If something suspicious does happen at your home, law enforcement will be able to quickly reach you or a local emergency contact from the information provided on the form.
Blotter and Crime Trends
- Around 3:40 a.m., unknown suspect broke a glass door to gain entry to the residence and take a television.Sat, 14 Jan 2017 08:40:00 GMThttp://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/News/PoliceNews/Precincts/Precinct3/january14firstdegreeburglary100blockofwillowbenddrive21117
- Around 10 p.m., police responded to the location for a report of a fight. Police located a victim who had been assaulted, but victim declined to provide any information.Sat, 14 Jan 2017 03:00:00 GMThttp://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/News/PoliceNews/Precincts/Precinct3/january13firstdegreeassault9800blockoflindenhillroad21117
- At 2:40 a.m., unknown suspect forced open the rear door of Boston Market and took food.Wed, 11 Jan 2017 07:40:00 GMThttp://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/News/PoliceNews/Precincts/Precinct3/january11seconddegreeburglary10200blockofreisterstownroad21117
View the Local Blotter for the Franklin Precinct for the latest news on crime in your area.
About the Precinct Commander
Captain David Folderauer is a 30-year veteran of the Baltimore County Police Department. He began his career as a cadet in Central Traffic in 1985. He was later assigned to the Essex Precinct as a patrolman. In 1993, he was promoted to corporal and assigned to the former Garrison Precinct. He stayed in the Garrison Precinct after being promoted to sergeant in 1995 and lieutenant in 2001.
In 2005, he assisted in the development of the Pikesville Precinct. He commanded the Pikesville Investigative Services Team and more recently the Baltimore Regional Auto Theft Task Force (RATT). Captain Folderauer was named commander of the Franklin Precinct in February 2015.
Captain David Folderauer
606 Nicodemus Road
Reisterstown, Maryland 21136
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Main Phone: 410-887-6975
Captain David Folderauer, Commanding Officer
Lieutenant Doug McManus, Assistant Commander
Citizens On Patrol (COP)
Community Outreach Team
Domestic Violence Coordinator
Juvenile Offenders In Need of Supervision (JOINS)
Police Community Relations Council (PCRC)
School Resource Officers (SRO)