Captain John McGann
Lieutenant Michael DiCara
News from the Captain
The Pikesville Precinct has had several vehicles stolen in the area as a result of them left running unattended with the keys in the ignition and doors unlocked.
Never leave your vehicle running and unattended to warm it up. Not only can it be stolen but it is against the law. You could face a $70 fine and a one point violation.
Are you going out of town? Don't leave your home looking unoccupied. Complete a Vacant House Form and email it to the precinct's Community Outreach Team. 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 9:45 a.m., a basement window of the residence was damaged but entry was not gained. Suspect was seen fleeing the scene.Sat, 28 Feb 2015 14:43:00 GMThttp://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/News/PoliceNews/Precincts/Precinct4/February28FirstDegreeBurglary3300BlockofStLukesLane21207
Around 11:30 a.m., two male suspects attempted to open a cellar door and several windows at the location. Suspects then threw a rock through a window. The victim spotted the suspects and they fled.Tue, 24 Feb 2015 16:30:00 GMThttp://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/News/PoliceNews/Precincts/Precinct4/February24FirstDegreeBurglary9200BlockofHarvestRushRoad21117
Around 6 a.m., suspect broke a window to gain entry to St. Marks on the Hill Episcopal Church. Nothing appears to have been taken.Tue, 24 Feb 2015 11:00:00 GMThttp://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/News/PoliceNews/Precincts/Precinct4/February24SecondDegreeBurglary1600BlockofReisterstownRoad21208
View the Local Blotter for the Pikesville Precinct for the latest news on crime in your area.
About the Precinct Commander
Captain John McGann is a 21-year veteran of law enforcement. He started his career with the Baltimore Police Department. While with the Baltimore Police Department, he worked uniform patrol and spent his last two and a half years as a detective in the Regional Auto Theft Task Force (RATT).
In January 1998, Captain McGann transferred to the Baltimore County Police Department. He has worked uniform patrol and has spent a considerable amount of his career in various Narcotics units and in the Vice Unit. Captain McGann regularly patrols the precinct, paying special attention to crime trend areas. He is a 2012 graduate of the Federal Bureau of Investigation's National Academy.
Revised January 8, 2014