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Precinct 8 - Parkville

Precinct 8 - Parkville

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The Precinct 8 Officer of The Month for July 2016 is Officer Mee.

During July, Officer Mee issued nine traffic citations, 27 warnings, one safety equipment repair order, and four parking citations. He completed eight field interviews, 10 business checks, cleared three serious traffic cases, and cleared one misdemeanor case.

An example of Officer Mee’s excellent police work is a call on July 2. It was reported that there were three suspects walking through an apartment complex parking lot trying car door handles and going into cars. With the assistance of other officers, Officer Mee was able to locate and take two suspects into custody after a foot pursuit. A large amount of coins and a car key were recovered from the suspects. Officer Mee was able to locate theft victims and another victim whose car was ransacked.

Between 10:30 p.m. on August 17 and 8:30 a.m. on August 18, an unknown suspect cut the rear wall of the canvas enclosure. Once inside, the suspect stole an ATV.

At 9:15 a.m., the unknown suspect pried open the basement door, entered the home, turned off the power and proceeded to steal several items. A neighbor witnessed the suspect coming out of the home and was subsequently assaulted by the suspect.

This Saturday, Baltimore County Police Precinct 8 and the Precinct 8 Police and Community Relations Council will hold the First Annual Parkville Community Day. The event will run from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Parkville High School at 2600 Putty Hill Avenue 21234.

There will be plenty for everyone to see and do:

  • DUI Simulators
  • Maryland Child ID Program
  • Police Aviation Demonstration
  • K-9 Demonstration
  • Fire Department
  • BGE
  • Bike Rodeo
  • Food and Music

The rain date for the event is July 30.

The Precinct 8 Officer of The Month for May 2016 is Officer Pomales.

During May, Officer Pomales investigated a threat against a school. He conducted a very thorough investigation that involved interviews of multiple people at multiple locations. He was able to identify the juvenile responsible for the threat and seized the weapon which was found to be a BB gun. The juvenile was charged accordingly and Officer Pomales keep all parties involved in the investigation aware of the outcome.

During May, Officer Pomales only worked 15 days on street patrol. During that time, he cleared three cases, issued 15 warnings and three safety equipment repair orders.

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Revised September 26, 2016