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  1. Baltimore County Police release wanted flyer sent to New York City Police in ref...

    Baltimore County Police release wanted flyer sent to New York City Police in reference to the suspect from the Owings Mills shooting.


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    The Owings Mills woman shot yesterday morning by a man believed to have murdered two New York Police Department officers Saturday afternoon has been identified. She is Shaneka Nicole Thompson, 29, of the 10000 block of Mill Run Circle in Precinct 3/F
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    The man who shot an Owings Mills woman early this morning is also the suspect in the murders of two New York Police Department officers at about 3...
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  4. Emily Brandt was a critical missing child. She has been found. ^RM

    Emily Brandt was a critical missing child. She has been found. ^RM
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UPDATE (November 1 1:28 a.m.):

Xavier Allen was found unharmed in Baltimore City and is being returned to his parents.

The Baltimore County Police Department would like to thank the Baltimore City Police Department and the media for their assistance and to everyone who shared information on Xavier on social media.

Original release (October 31):

The Baltimore County Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a child missing from the Windsor Mill area.

Xavier Allen resides in the Unit block of Pine Run Court 21133. He is a seven-year-old black male, 3’05”, 60 pounds with a small mohawk. He should be wearing a glow-in-the dark skeleton costume with an orange hoodie underneath, blue jeans, and green shoes.

Xavier Allen was last seen at 2:45 p.m. this afternoon at Winfield Elementary School in the 8300 Block of Carlson Lane 21244. He was with his father’s cousin, Jeral Demby. Jeral Demby told Xavier’s father that he was going to Lexington Market and then take Xavier out for the day. Jeral Demby never returned Xavier Allen and is not answering his phone.

Jeral Demby is a 38-year-old black male, bald, and wearing a gray hoodie. It is unknown where he currently resides.

Anyone with information on Xavier Allen or Jeral Demby is asked to call Baltimore County Police at 410-307-2020.

Baltimore County Homicide Detectives have charged a suspect in connection with a December 2013 shooting at the Windsor Inn in Windsor Mill that left a security guard for the business deceased.

On December 13, 2013 at 1:47 a.m., Baltimore County Police responded to the Windsor Inn in the 7200 Block of Windsor Mill Road 21244 for a report of a shooting. When officers arrived on the scene they found an adult male victim suffering from at least one gunshot wound. He was transported to Northwest Hospital where he was later declared deceased.

The victim was identified as 38-year-old Eugene Flanagan. Flanagan was working as a security guard at the Windsor Inn when the incident occurred.

The initial investigation into the incident indicated that there had been a fight inside of the Windsor Inn and Eugene Flanagan, along with other security guards, were escorting some people involved in the fight out of the business. The fight continued in the parking lot and Flanagan sprayed a female involved in the fight with pepper spray. The fight then moved into the entrance-way of the business where Flanagan was approached and shot once in the upper body by the suspect. The suspect was not directly involved in the fight.

The suspect has been identified as 24-year-old Devin Michael Jones of the unit block of Spinners Court 21133. He has been charged with first degree murder and is being held bail without at the Baltimore County Detention Center.

Booking photograph of Devin Michael Jones

Original release:

http://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/News/PoliceNews/iWatch/SecurityOfficerFatallyShotatWindsorInn

BCoPD is in the process of adding automated traffic enforcement (speed cameras) at these new school locations: 

  • Joppa View Elementary, 8700 block of Honeygo Boulevard
  • Windsor Mill Middle, 8200 block of Windsor Mill Road
  •  Dundalk High, 1900 block of Delvale Road 
  • Stoneleigh Elementary, 700 block of Stevenson Lane (an existing Stoneleigh Elementary camera in the 800 block of Regester Avenue will remain)

The cameras will be operational in the near future, but motorists should adjust their speed now. For 30 days after each camera is activated, motorists exceeding the speed limit by at least 12 mph will receive warnings rather than citations.

In compliance with state law, Baltimore County's speed cameras operate Monday through Friday between the hours of 6 a.m. and 8 p.m., including during the summer months and on  weekdays when school is not in session.

Additional details about the speed camera program, including the warning and citation process, are available on our web site.

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