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Precinct 9 - White Marsh

Precinct 9 - White Marsh

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Sometime after 11:30 a.m., an unknown suspect entered the victim's residence through a sliding glass door. Once inside, the suspect stole jewelry.
After 12 a.m., an unknown suspect entered the Moose Lodge, then used a tool to cut the metal hinges to open the metal gate. The suspect stole aluminum cans.
The victim was hugged and kissed by an unknown male customer while working at Walmart.
Around 11 p.m. an unknown suspect fired a gunshot into the side of the victim's vehicle while he was driving on Ebenezer Road from Pulaski Highway.
At 4:28 a.m., six unknown suspects entered Club 7400, then made a forced entry into the store through the front door. The suspects removed locks and pried open the door, then stole an ATM, a cash register drawer, and a bottle of liquor. The suspects left in two pickup trucks.
Between 10 a.m. March 9 and 6 p.m. March 10, an unknown suspect entered the hotel room and stole jewelry.

The Precinct 9 Officer of the Month for January 2017 is Officer J. Kamberger.

Officer Kamberger is a well-rounded investigator and a proactive patrol officer. Aside from leading his squad in enforcement of traffic violations, including removing three dangerous drivers from our roadways by arresting them for driving under the influence of alcohol, Officer Kamberger cleared a total of 11 cases in January,  7 of which were self-initiated incidents. 

There were two cases that Officer Kamberger handled during January that stand out among the rest, demonstrating his diligence in following through with his cases until resolution.

On January 2, Officer Kamberger conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for a safety equipment violation. The ensuing interaction resulted in the discovery of a loaded handgun inside the vehicle, which was subsequently confiscated and taken off of the streets.

On January 10, Officer Kamberger was dispatched to a call for a home invasion which involved a suspect who fired several shots at the residence. This was a complicated call involving a large crime scene, a dangerous mobile suspect, multiple forms of evidence collection, and interviewing witnesses to the crime. Officer Kamberger developed suspect information and obtained a warrant for his arrest, which led to the suspect’s apprehension and an indictment for 52 criminal charges, including firearm violations and attempted 1st degree murder among them.

Congratulations, Officer Kamberger, on a job well done!

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Revised September 26, 2016