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  1. Shooting: Man from police involved shooting id'd as Edward Donnell Bright, Sr.,...

    Shooting: Man from police involved shooting id'd as Edward Donnell Bright, Sr., 56 yrs old, 9900-blk Southall Rd^sv
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  3. Shooting Cont'd: Ofcs not injured. Placed on routine administrative leave. SV.

    Shooting Cont'd: Ofcs not injured. Placed on routine administrative leave. SV.
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    Shooting Cont'd: Ofcs shot man after refusing to drop knife and man came towards ofcs. Suspect pronounced deceased at Sinai Hosp. SV.
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The Baltimore County Police Department received the CALEA Law Enforcement Accreditation November 2, 2014 for the ninth time. Accreditation means a police department meets a national body of standards developed by law enforcement professionals.

The BCoPD was first accredited in 1984; the Department voluntarily requests reassessment every three years.

International Gold Standard for Safety Agencies

The accreditation process is rigorous and is a year-long effort by the BCoPD’s Accreditation Team. The team is responsible for the hard work involved in documenting the Department’s compliance with CALEA’s standards in Policy and Procedures, Administration, Operations and Support Services.

CALEA was developed to enhance the status of law enforcement as a profession. CALEA seeks to improve public safety services by maintaining a body of standards developed by public safety practitioners and covering a wide range of up-to-date public safety initiatives; establishing and administering an accreditation process; and recognizing professional excellence.

Additional information about CALEA is available at www.calea.org.

Baltimore County Police have identified the December 26 homicide victim as Aaron Phillip Nedd, 28, of the 8700 block of Loch Bend Drive, 21234. Investigation determined that two men came to Mr. Nedd's apartment to purchase marijuana. During the purchase, the men became involved in a fight. During the fight, one of the suspects shot Nedd multiple times to the victim's upper body. The suspects fled after the shooting. Mr. Nedd was pronounced deceased at the scene by Baltimore County Fire personnel, just before 11:30 p.m.

Police continued their investigation and were able to identify the two suspects involved in the homicide. The suspects have been identified as Perentz Darond Anderson, 30, of the 5700 block of Edgepark Road, 21239 and Mark Eugene Garland, 26, of the 5700 block of Edgepark Road, 21239. Anderson and Garland have each been charged with first-degree murder and are being held without bail.

Booking photos of suspects Perentz Darond Anderson and Mark Eugene Garland are posted below.

Booking photo of Perentz Darond Anderson

Booking photo of Perentz Darond Anderson, charged in Parkville homicide.

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

Booking photo of Mark Eugene Garland

Booking photo of Mark Eugene Garland, charged in Parkville homicide.

The Baltimore County Police Department’s 140th Recruit class graduation will take place Tuesday, December 23, at 7:30 p.m. The ceremony will take place at Notre Dame Preparatory School, 815 Hampton Lane, Towson 21286.

Police Chief James Johnson will present the awards. The Chief and Mr. Charles W. Rapp, Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commissions, will present the diplomas to the recruits. Cecil County Sheriff Scott Adams will hand diplomas to the new deputies. The Honorable Julie Ensor, Clerk of the County Circuit Court, will administer the oath of office and the Reverend Darron McKinney will preside over the benediction and adjournment.

The recruits trained for 27 weeks and will spend the next two years in the field as they apply the skills learned in the classroom.

The following is a list of the recruits and their assignments.

Precinct 1 – Wilkens
Richard M. Andrews IV
Sean D. Brennan
Margarita J. Chuisano
Brandon R. Crane
Jordan A. Grafton
Lauren R. Orem
Julia M. Rogulski

Precinct 2 – Woodlawn
Stanley A. Strumsky
Bryan C. Trussell Jr.

Precinct 3 – Franklin
Kevin G. Nickoles

Precinct 4Pikesville
Jason M. Cawley
Joseph C. Parks Jr.
Robert M. Poletynski Jr.
Maria C. Rigatuso
Brandi L. Rios
Daniel W. Sager
Christopher A. Wensel

Precinct 6Towson
Samuel W. Benton
Sarah J. Walter

Precinct 11Essex
Nicholas R. Moore
Joshua M. Ronning
Amy H. Sorrells
Timothy G. Turner
Brett M. Walker
Peter Wong

Precinct 12North Point
Garrett A. Acosta
Victor A. Dulay
Robert E. Francis III
Christopher P. Harding
Kevin D. Jobe
Kathleen Strickler
Cory J. Wilson

Cecil County Deputies
Deputy Christopher T. Jones
Deputy Charles B. Nicholas Jr.
Deputy Warren E. Schilling III
Deputy Jeffrey D. Wathne

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