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Precinct 8 - Parkville

Precinct 8 - Parkville

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At 10 p.m., while standing by his vehicle, an armed suspect robbed the victim of his car keys, cell phone and miscellaneous items. The suspect then fled on foot along with another suspect that was standing nearby.

Sometime between 1 and 2 p.m., an unknown suspect(s) kicked in the backdoor of the victim's residence in order to gain entry. Once inside, the suspect(s) ransacked the home and stole jewelry and money.

Sometime between 12:45 and 1:40 p.m., an unknown suspect was allowed entry into the victim’s home to sell him a product. After using the victim’s bathroom, the suspect stole cash from the victim’s bedroom and then fled on foot.

At noon, while in the parking lot of the Welcome Inn, an unknown suspect approached, touched the victim on the shoulders and then a struggle ensued. The suspect stole cash and medication from the victim's pockets and then fled on foot.

The Precinct 8 Officer of the Month is awarded as follows:

September 2017: Officer N. Moroz #4416

Officer Moroz, along with many other Parkville officers, began aggressively patrolling the neighborhoods surrounding Seven Courts Drive during a rash of daytime burglaries. During one of these patrols she was able to quickly respond to a home when the resident called 9-1-1 for a burglary in progress. Officer Moroz directed responding units, orchestrating a perimeter around the area that led to the swift capture of the suspect when he attempted to flee the home and engage Officer Moroz in a foot pursuit. She then worked tirelessly with burglary detectives, writing and serving search warrants and collecting evidence and information that also led to a second suspect. Her commitment to her responsibilities as a patrol officer and to the citizens of the Parkville community brought an end to this burglary spree and should be commended! Great job!

October 2017: Officer R. Kenion #4808

Officer Kenion works the midnight shift and understands the necessity of routinely checking closed businesses throughout the night. While this activity normally results in finding everything secure, on October 27  in the Beltway Plaza Shopping Center, it did not. Officer Kenion discovered a burglary in progress and engaged two suspects in a foot pursuit while coordinating the response of assisting officers, including a K-9 team. Officer Kenion assisted the K-9 team in conducting a search for the suspects, one of whom was a juvenile located cowering in a wooded area and apprehended without further incident. Officer Kenion is a proactive officer who exemplifies the core values of this department, Integrity, Fairness, & Service. Well done, Officer Kenion!

November 2017: Officer A. Canning #5314

Officer Canning maintains a high level of proactive enforcement, concentrating his patrol efforts in identified crime trend areas and strategic objective areas in an effort to suppress crime in the Parkville precinct. His supervisors describe him as an exemplary member of the Community Action Team, an informal leader to the members of his team and officers working his shift, who shows continued motivation for the mission of the department. In November he made 284 non-criminal contacts with citizens, stressing the importance of vigilance, police presence, and community relations in the deterrence of crime.

In addition to his regular duties, Officer Canning reliably volunteers his personal free time to assist in the invaluable scenario training of our police recruits at the Training Academy. He also served this month as an instructor for the recruits' specialized tactical response training. The Academy instructors are grateful for the assistance of officers like Officer Canning as their input and expertise enriches the program and learning experience for our new officers, and makes the success of the training program possible. Excellent job, Officer Canning, and thank you for your invaluable service to the Parkville community and the Department.

Around noon, an unknown suspect forced entrance into the victim's house through a rear sliding door. Once inside, the suspect ransacked two bedrooms and stole cash and miscellaneous items.

Sometime between 2:30 p.m. on January 11 and 11:30 a.m. on January 12, an unknown suspect(s) forced the latch off of the victim's shed door and stole a chainsaw.
 
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Revised September 26, 2016