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  1. Another great example of how we work with our law enforcement partners around th...

    Another great example of how we work with our law enforcement partners around the region.

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    With an assist from Baltimore County Police, detectives were able to catch two bad, guys, red handed, stealing catalytic converters. We work to hard to have these bad guys stealing parts from our cars. The attached picture, courtesy of our Metal Theft Unit, shows where the catalytic converter used to be and the picture of the removed catalytic converter. Give our friends in Baltimore County a Like and then another Like for our patrol officers and Metal Theft Unit who busted these two bad guys! Northern District Catalytic Converter Theft Arrests Linthicum On October 29, 2014 at 1:10 p.m., two detectives from the Baltimore County Police Department were exiting Interstate 695 onto Hammonds Ferry Rd in Linthicum as they were on their way to conduct an interview in reference to an investigation that was unrelated to this incident. The detectives observed a maroon Dodge four door sedan, which was stopped in front of a Toyota Highlander on the Park and Ride lot, located at 824 Hammonds Ferry Rd. Their attention was drawn to the vehicle due to the recent thefts of catalytic converters from Toyota’s in the area. The detectives observed a subject, later identified as Elijah Russell Kelly, leaning against the passenger side of the Dodge and talking on the phone. As the detectives proceeded on Hammonds Ferry Rd and began to pass the vehicle, they observed another individual, later identified as Dennis Paul Moore Jr., on the ground under the Toyota. It appeared to the detectives that Moore was cutting something from underneath the vehicle. The detectives immediately turned around and noticed that Moore was in possession of a “sawzall” and holding the catalytic converter he had just cut from the Toyota SUV. They identified themselves, detained the suspects and called for assistance from Anne Arundel County Police Department. Officers arrived and charged the suspects with Theft and Malicious Destruction of Property. A catalytic converter is part of a vehicle exhaust system that contains precious metals. Both Anne Arundel County and Baltimore County are currently experiencing thefts of catalytic converters from vehicles, particularly in parking lots. Citizens are asked to be vigilant and call police when they observe suspicious activity. The keen observation and action of these detectives led to the successful arrest of the below listed suspects. Suspect 1: Dennis Paul Moore, 35– 3700 block Saint Victor Street, Baltimore, MD. He was charged with theft $1,000 to $10,000, malicious destruction of property and theft less than $1,000.00, theft less than $100.00 rogue and vagabond. Suspect 2: Elijah Russell Kelly, 34 – 100 block New Jersey Ave., Glen Burnie, MD. He was charged with theft $1,000 to $10,000, malicious destruction of property and rogue and vagabond.
  2. #BCoPD detectives are investigating deception burglaries committed against some...

    #BCoPD detectives are investigating deception burglaries committed against some of the most vulnerable members of our communities: the elderly.

    Tips to prevent deception burglaries are available on our news blog: ^JH

    Police Warning Residents to Beware of Deception Burglaries
    Since early April, more than 20 elderly county residents have fallen victim to deception burglaries.
  3. Today #BCoFD personnel were busy with rescue training at the Fire-Rescue Academy...

    Today #BCoFD personnel were busy with rescue training at the Fire-Rescue Academy in Sparrows Point. Being ready for emergencies requires constant training!

  4. Baltimore County Police continue to investigate Wednesday night shooting in Nort...

    Baltimore County Police continue to investigate Wednesday night shooting in North Point Village that left one man deceased:

    Wednesday Night Shooting in North Point Village Leaves Man Deceased
    This incident is under investigation by the Baltimore County Police Homicide Unit. Detectives will be working to determine if this was a targeted crime.

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Precinct 2 - Woodlawn

Precinct 2 - Woodlawn

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Date: Feb 2014

Sometime between 5:47 p.m. and 5:50 p.m., the victim got off of an MTA bus at the location and was approached by four suspects. One of the suspects displayed a handgun and stated "Give me that". The suspects took the victim's grocery bags and fled the scene in a silver Nissan Maxima.

At 1:22 p.m., a 50-year-old male was attempting to cross a flooded stream. He was swept downstream and later rescued by Fire Department personnel. The male was transported to Northwest Hospital where he was pronounced deceased.

At 8:30 p.m., the suspect entered the Family Dollar store and displayed a gun. He fled the store with an undisclosed amount of money.

Sometime between 7:00 p.m. on February 16 and 10:00 a.m. on February 17, uknown suspects gained access to a home by prying a window. Jewelry, a safe, and a handgun were taken.

Sometime between 9:00 p.m. and 9:02 p.m., police responded to the location for a burglar alarm. Upon arriving at the location, officers discovered a side door kicked in. Unknown suspects had removed the recorder from the surveillance system. Unknown if anything was taken.

Sometime between 9:48 p.m. and 10:15 p.m., the suspects were seen on video surveillance on the lot of Atlantic Pressure Washers. One of the suspects turned the camera toward the wall. The front door to the business was forced and a pressure washer was taken from inside.

At 4:06 a.m., three males were standing outside of the Fire and Ice Hookah Lounge in the 3500 block of Brenbrook Drive when they were shot by the suspect. The suspect fled the area in an unknown direction. The Violent Crimes Unit is investigating this incident.

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