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Precinct 4 - Pikesville

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The Pikesville Precinct Officer of The Month for December 2015 is officer Reiter.

During December, officer Reiter issued 13 citations, 32 warnings, one safety equipment repair order, and two civil citations. He cleared two felony cases making two adult felony arrests, six misdemeanor cases making three adult misdemeanor arrests, and three traffic clearances making three adult traffic arrests.

Officer Reiter’s supervisor stated that he “had good enforcement numbers when compared to other members of his squad during December.  Officer Reiter's efforts are even more impressive considering the extra time and effort he spends Field Training and picking up calls for training purposes on other officer’s [sic] posts.”

Officer Reiter’s thorough investigation of the calls he is assigned to led to the arrest of two people in burglary cases. In one case, he requested the fire department to respond to a shopping center so he could check the roof. That resulted in the arrest of one person. In another case, he responded to a call for broken glass at a restaurant. His investigation led to the arrest of one person.

Over the past Christmas season, officers with the Pikesville precinct showed their dedication to the community by adopting a family in need for the holiday.

The family was chosen after the mother became a domestic violence victim. The mother was working hard to support her five children but was having financial difficulties. Officers in the Pikesville Precinct Community Outreach Team worked together with the Pikesville Precinct Police Community Relations Council to give the struggling family a happy holiday. Donations were collected from officers as well as community members and businesses.

On a morning in late December, the plans of the officers and community members came to fruition as Santa Claus, flanked by officers from the Pikesville Precinct, came to deliver some Christmas cheer to the needy family. They brought with them a Christmas tree, toys, clothing, food, furniture and household goods. The mother and her children were grateful for all of the toys, their brand new beds, and some necessary items.

Captain John McGann, Commander of the Pikesville Precinct, stated :

“These actions are not something the officers were told to do; the actions were something that they did out of the kindness of their hearts and their dedication to the community as police officers. Working together with the excellent Community Relations Council that we have, they turned this family’s holiday around. I am proud to have these officers in my command and such supportive community members in the Pikesville area.”

Around 12:50 a.m., two suspects entered the 7-11 and posed as customers. Once the register was open they used force to take money, cigarettes and the cashier's cell phone.

Sometime between 11 and 11:19 p.m., the suspect entered a home and stabbed his mother. The suspect was taken into custody.

Around 10 p.m., suspect approached victim, displayed a gun, and demanded her cell phone.

Around 5:40 p.m., suspect attempted to rob the victim but was unsuccessful.

Around 8:40 p.m., suspect approached victim, displayed a gun, and took cash and a cell phone.

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