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Precinct 9 - White Marsh

Precinct 9 - White Marsh

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Between midnight on July 3 and 10:09 a.m. on July 4, an unknown suspect entered the victim's yard, then broke into the victim's detached garage and stole an ATV.
Between 8 p.m. June 30 and 9 a.m. July 3, an unknown suspect entered the victim's property, then stole a briefcase, a laptop, money and a power surge strip.

The Precinct 9 Officer of the Month for April 2017 is Officer P. Sears #5228 for his impeccable work.  Officer Sears was nominated for, among other things, taking the initiative to motivate his peers by organizing an exercise designed to increase his squad’s enforcement of criminal and traffic law violations.  The result of this effort was a marked increase in enforcement across his entire squad.

In addition, Officer Sears investigated and identified a suspect who was responsible for numerous thefts from autos.  It was learned that on numerous occasions the suspect would steal personal belongings from local gyms and use the victims’ credit cards to make fraudulent transactions.

Officer Sears had 23 misdemeanor adult clearances as well as numerous arrests, showing the dedication that he has to his position as a law enforcement officer and to the community he serves. He exemplifies the core values of this department, Integrity, Fairness & Service, and has proven himself a valuable member of the White Marsh precinct team.

It is for these reasons that the April 2017 Officer of the Month is awarded to Officer Sears. Congratulations on a job well done!

The Precinct 9 recipient of the Officer of the Month Award for March is Officer G. Moore, Jr. 

Officer Moore was selected for his overall performance. In March, Officer Moore made substantial arrests and conducted numerous business checks, all while still conducting an impressive level of traffic enforcement. 

Precinct 9 command staff congratulates Officer Moore in his achievement.

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.
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Revised September 26, 2016