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Precinct 4 – Pikesville  


Captain Brandon Rogers

Assistant Commander

Lieutenant Michael DiCara

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News from the Captain

Please remember to lock your vehicles and remove any spare keys from your vehicles. Vehicles should never be left unattended when running. The majority of automobile thefts involve vehicles that are either running or left unlocked with a spare key stored inside of the vehicle. Remember to protect yourself, your families and your community with basic crime prevention tips.

Everyone is invited to attend the monthly Police Community Relations Council (PCRC) meeting held the fourth Tuesday of each month at the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation located at 7401 Park Heights Avenue, Pikesville, Maryland 21208.

View the main iWatch news blog for information on major incidents in the County.


Are you going out of town? Don't leave your home looking unoccupied. Complete a Vacant House form and email it to the precinct's Community Outreach Team. Officers will then check on your location for any unusual activity while you are away.

If something suspicious does happen at your home, law enforcement will be able to quickly reach you or a local emergency contact from the information provided on the form.

Blotter and Crime Trends

Precinct 4 - Pikesville

Read news updates from Precinct 4 - Pikesville.
  1. February 12: First Degree Burglary, 8100 Block of McDonogh Road, 21208

    Around 3 p.m., known suspect broke into the home by forcing entry. It is unknown if anything was taken.
    Mon, 12 Feb 2018 19:48:00 GMT
  2. Officer of the Month Awards

    The Officer of the Month is awarded as follows:

    October 2017: Officer K. Terry #5746

    Officer Terry is dedicated to keeping the community safe, especially from drug traffickers. Included in the above-average workload Officer Terry maintained in October are 5 self-initiated clearances of felony crimes, along with 6 arrests for those crimes. Overall, he cleared 25 cases this month - truly an impressive amount of time, effort, and work put forth for the betterment of our community. Two of his cases involved the confiscation of concealed handguns in connection with the possession of illegal narcotics with the intent to distribute. One of those cases began as stop of a vehicle for a simple traffic violation that resulted in a search of the vehicle based on probable cause of illegal narcotics being present. Officer Terry ultimately confiscated 489 grams of Marijuana (10 grams or less is now considered "personal use" and is a civil offense, downgraded from a misdemeanor), as well as a large amount of Cocaine, nearly $4000 in proceeds from the sale of illegal drugs, and a concealed loaded .45 caliber handgun. Officer Terry is quite literally cleaning up the streets in Pikesville. Congratulations on a well-earned award for Officer of the Month!

    November 2017: Officer D. Sager #5783

    Officer Sager is known for the quality investigative work he puts into clearing his cases. He investigated two cases this month that required significant time and effort to properly build for an effective prosecution. The first involved a street robbery that was reported the next day. Officer Sager did a significant amount of leg work to ultimately identify three suspects, using all of his available resources, including a school resource officer. After identifying and arresting one juvenile suspect, an effective interview resulted in a confession to the crime. The second case was in reference to a fraudulent check that was cashed for over $1300. This was another case that involved detailed investigation on Officer Sager's part, but which paid off with the discovery of surveillance video that led to the identification of the suspect, and a warrant for his arrest. Congratulations on a job consistently well done, Officer Sager!

    December 2017: Officer J. Parks #5794

    Officer Parks is described as an officer committed to his duty and the community he serves. He consistently produces quality case clearances, the result of dedicated investigative work and a strong work ethic. He understands that an "us v. them" mentality yields fewer results than treating all people in all circumstances with respect, which is usually reciprocated, even by suspects. A good example of this is a case he worked on involving mail package thefts. The investigation began when a witness observed two juveniles take a package off of his neighbors front steps and was able to direct Officer Parks to their possible location. Officer Parks treated the juveniles with respect while he interviewed them and confronted them with the crime. They, in return, led him to the location of the package, and others they had stolen. Working backwards, Officer Parks was able to identify additional victims, obtain surveillance video positively identifying the juvenile suspects, and return the stolen property. Officer Parks went further by meeting with the parents of the juveniles and fully explaining the circumstances of the thefts and procedures going forward, creating a mutual relationship of respect and trust. Officer Parks is an excellent representative of the law enforcement officers of the Baltimore County Police Department and his supervisors are proud to have him as a member of their command. Well done, Officer Parks, and congratulations.

    Mon, 12 Feb 2018 15:59:00 GMT
  3. February 12: First Degree Burglary, 3600 Block of Kenmar Road, 21244

    Sometime between 6:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., suspects damaged a door and windows attempting to gain entry but no entry was made.
    Mon, 12 Feb 2018 11:30:00 GMT

View the Local Blotter for the Pikesville Precinct for the latest news on crime in your area.

About the Precinct Commander

Captain Brandon Rogers started his career with the Baltimore County Police Department in July of 2001 as a police cadet assigned to the Cockeysville Precinct. Over the last seventeen years, he has worked in many different assignments. He worked as a patrol officer and detective in the Dundalk Precinct from 2002 until 2008. In 2008 he was assigned as a detective to the Vice Narcotics Section. In 2010 he was promoted to corporal and assigned to the Woodlawn Precinct. In 2011 he was promoted to sergeant. As a sergeant, he served in several assignments including the Wilkens Precinct, the White Marsh Precinct and the Vice Narcotics Section. In 2015 he was promoted to lieutenant where he served as a shift commander in the Towson Precinct before being selected as the assistant precinct commander. He was the assistant precinct commander of the Towson Precinct from October of 2016 until his promotion to captain.

Pikesville is Captain Rogers’ first assignment as a precinct commander. He is excited to work with the various communities within the Pikesville Precinct.

Revised February 8, 2018         


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Captain Brandon Rogers
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215 Milford Mill Road
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
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Main Phone: 410-887-1279
Fax: 410-887-6770

Captain Brandon Rogers
Commanding Officer
Lieutenant Michael DiCara,
Assistant Commander

Business Patrol Initiative (BPI)

Citizens On Patrol (COP)

Community Outreach Team

Counseling Team

Domestic Violence Coordinator

Explorer Program

Juvenile Offenders In Need of Supervision (JOINS)

Police Community Relations Council (PCRC)

School Resource Officers (SRO)

Traffic Team

Vice/Narcotics Complaints

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