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UPDATE (September 22):

Police are continuing to search for 15-year-old Khadija Myar Lovelace. Anyone with information on her is asked to call Baltimore County Police at 410-307-2020.

Original release (August 25):

Baltimore County Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a 15-year-old girl missing from Reisterstown.

Khadija Myar Lovelace is a black female, 5'6", 162 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. She has a tattoo of a moon and flower on her chest, the name "Taylor" on the right side of her chest and the name "Carl" on her left wrist. It is unknown what she might be wearing.

Khadija Myar Lovelace was last seen on July 11 at 2:30 a.m. at her home in the Unit block of Glyndon Gateway 21136. She has runaway before but has always returned home.

This incident is under investigation by the Baltimore county Police Crimes Against Children Unit.

Anyone with information on Khadija Myar Lovelace is asked to call Baltimore County Police at 410-307-2020.

Baltimore County’s volunteer firefighters will receive $7 million in county aid during the next year. This includes grants to specific fire companies and subsidies for preventive maintenance, fuel and utilities.

The financial support also includes $1.7 million worth of incentives for 20 volunteer companies that provide medical service during hours of peak demand.

Check Distribution at Bowleys Quarters VFC

County Executive Kevin Kamenetz presented a portion of this money at the September 20 annual meeting of the Baltimore County Volunteer Firemen’s Association (BCVFA). This year’s meeting was hosted by the Bowleys Quarters Volunteer Fire Company.

Baltimore County has a joint fire service that includes 25 career stations and 33 volunteer fire, rescue and EMS companies, as well as two volunteer-run canteen companies that supply food and drink to responders during strenuous incidents. The volunteer companies are independent corporations that raise most of the money needed for their operations through carnivals, bingo, fundraising drives and other activities.

In addition, each year Baltimore County provides millions of dollars in support to the volunteers.

Over the course of the year, the County expects to pay out $1.7 million to the 20 companies that provide medic service. This “attended status” program rewards companies that staff medic units during hours of high demand.

New BCVFA Officers

Also on Saturday, the BCVFA elected new officers for 2014-2015. They are:

President: John McDowell, Arbutus Volunteer Fire Company
Senior Vice President: Glen Resnick, Pikesville Volunteer Fire Company
Vice President, Finance: Jamie Cahn, Lutherville Volunteer Fire Company
Vice President, Operations: Tom Ludwig, Wise Avenue Volunteer Fire Company
Vice President, Administration: Kathy Walker, Cockeysville Volunteer Fire Company
Secretary: Robert Frank, Middle River Ambulance Rescue Company

Baltimore County Police have charged a suspect with first degree assault in connection with an incident in Gwynn Oak.

At 11:16 p.m. last night, Baltimore County Police responded to the 3800 block of Byfield Road 21207 for a report of a domestic. The initial investigation into this incident has indicated that the victim had gone to the suspect’s home to locate the victim’s wife. Once at the location, he encountered the suspect and the two began to argue. During the argument, the suspect pulled a gun from his sweat pants pocket and pointed it at the victim’s face. Police located the suspect in his home and took him into custody.

A 40 caliber Glock 27 handgun was recovered from the home.

Officers learned that the suspect is a Baltimore City Firefighter.

The suspect has been identified as 59-year-old Clarence Watford Jr. of the 3800 block of Byfield Road 21207. He has been charged with first degree assault and second degree assault and was released on $50,000 bail.

Booking photograph of Clarence Watford Jr.

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