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Precinct 6 - Towson

Precinct 6 - Towson

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The Precinct 6 Officer of the Month for July 2017 is Officer R. Rayner #4890.

Officer Rayner is a dedicated member of the Towson Precinct Traffic Team. During the month of June he issued 233 pieces of traffic violation enforcement, cleared 22 cases, and made 3 arrests while working only 12 1/2 days!

Officer Rayner had two noteworthy cases during July. The first involved a driver he stopped and determined to be driving while impaired by drugs. He arrested the driver and found a large quantity of both cash and what was determined to be cocaine during the search incident to arrest. The driver was charged with both the DUI and the narcotics violations.

The second case involved a traffic stop on what turned out to be a vehicle stolen during a commercial burglary where several other vehicles were also stolen. Officer Rayner's clearance of this case assisted with the other cases also being cleared.

Officer Rayner clearly works hard to keep the streets of Towson safe for our residents. Congratulations on earning the Officer of the Month award for July!

The Precinct 6 Officer of the Month for June 2017 is Officer S. Holmes #5545.

During the month of June Officer Holmes cleared 10 cases, 4 of which resulted in arrests of the suspect, along with his regular duties and enforcement of traffic violations.

Officer Holmes had two notable cases during June. The first involved a burglary in progress on East Burke Avenue. While Officer Holmes was enroute to the call, the suspect left the location but burglarized a second house on the same street. Officer Holmes located the suspect, whom witnesses positively identified as the person who committed the burglaries. He was arrested and charged for both crimes.

The second involved a call for a theft from auto that just occurred. Officer Holmes conducted a thorough investigation and dissemination of information which led to area units locating two possible suspects. Both were positively identified as the suspects who committed the crime. During a search incident to arrest, Officer Holmes discovered property on the suspects that he determined was stolen in a fourth degree burglary committed nearby that had not yet been discovered and reported by the owner. Officer Holmes made the arrests, and returned the stolen property to its rightful owners.

For a great job serving the residents of Baltimore County, congratulations on being awarded Officer of the Month!

At 12:48 a.m., four unknown suspects used a hammer on the front door to gain entry into the Earth Wood & Fire restaurant. Once inside, the suspects took a cash register drawer and fled in a vehicle.

At 8:15 p.m., an unknown suspect approached a delivery driver and demanded the victim's cash. A struggle ensued in which the victim was struck in the nose by a handgun. The suspect then fled.

Sometime between 10 p.m. on October 14 and 1:20 p.m. on October 18, an unknown suspect pried open a side window, entered the Crackin Crab and stole cash from the register.
At 12:30 a.m., an unknown suspect(s) entered the garage by forcing open the locked garage door and then stole two bicycles.
At 9:50 p.m., while the victim was walking, he was approached by two unknown suspects who assaulted him and then ripped his backpack off of his back.
 
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Revised September 28, 2016