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Precinct 9 - White Marsh

Precinct 9 - White Marsh

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Date: Nov 2019
At 9 p.m., an unknown suspect(s) cut the bracket of the victim's shed and stole various lawn equipment.
At 9:35 a.m., the victim was assaulted by a known suspect who stole his debit card and car key.
Sometime between 4 and 10:40 p.m., an unknown suspect(s) bent the screens on the windows, pried the front door and damaged the deadbolt of the victim's apartment. No entry was gained.
Sometime between 10 p.m. on November 24 and 10:25 a.m. on November 26, an unknown suspect(s) stole a lawn mower from the victim's shed.

Sometime between 4:30 p.m. on November 24 and 7:30 a.m. on November 25, a suspect(s) gained entry into a locked storage container at the American Capitol Contracting Inc.’s construction site and stole miscellaneous property.

The following officers have been awarded Officer of the Month from their commander:

January: Officer Pollack #5596 for her proactive work on precinct crime trends and her overall enforcement leadership, including multiple felony, misdemeanor, and DUI cases. She took the extra steps to ensure a successful prosecution of an auto theft case by recovering critical evidence, writing and serving related search and seizure warrants, and apprehending the suspects.

February: Officer Kobal #5670 for conducting thorough investigations in two separated incidents which were both under challenging circumstances, both of which resulted in case clearances.

March: Officer Addis #6079 who demonstrated a relentless work ethic this month, clearing 13 adult involved cases with 3 arrests, including an assault with a shotgun in which he also located and seized the weapon. Officer Addis uses thorough investigative techniques to ensure quality case clearances and prosecution.

April: Officer Dutton #6027 is recognized for conducting a remarkable amount of enforcement activity, including self-initiated cases that resulted in felony CDS apprehensions. He compiled 3 felony clearances, 9 misdemeanor clearances, 4 misdemeanor arrests, 1 criminal citation, 1 civil citation, 12 traffic citations, and 118 warnings. His tenacity and diligence is an example for other officers.

May: Officer Rivers #5765 who cleared a series of false robbery calls at multiple location made by a single offender, cleared a domestic related kidnapping, and was a leader on his shift in both traffic and criminal enforcement. Most importantly, however, is Officer Rivers' commitment to the community he serves. He was one of the leading organizers for the 2019 Torch Run for Special Olympics this year and did a phenomenal job. He is being recognized for his unyielding dedication to duty, victims and the community he lives in and serves.

June: None awarded.

July: Officer Spivey #5414 led his squad in arrests and enforcement with 57 violations handled in only 17 working days. He also identified and apprehended suspects for multiple thefts from vehicles in two separate cases, both within the strategic crime reduction focus area. One case was an excellent and timely response to a call for service while the other was a keen observation with quick action while on routine patrol.

August: Officer Dutton #6027 for the second time this year. In August, he produced an exceptional level of enforcement in the crime reduction focus areas. His enforcement included four felony arrests/clearances from auto theft to CDS distribution, five misdemeanor arrests/clearances with three firearm seizures, two civil citations, seventy-seven traffic citations, sixty warnings, and more. Officer Dutton’s enforcement is not only highly effective, but also well-rounded, covering public safety issues from property crime, drugs, weapons, and traffic safety.

September: Officer McNulty #5967 lead his shift in almost every statistical category in his first month after transferring to the White Marsh Precinct, to include 19 case clearances resulting in two immediate arrests. His cases included a second degree child abuse, a second degree rape, and a first degree assault. Officer McNulty leads by example in work product and demeanor. He is a confident, competent, consummate professional. For his every day leadership and enforcement, Officer McNulty is recognized as the police officer of the month.

October: Officer Phipps #5226 for his commitment to proactive policing. Officer Phipps compiled impressive enforcement statistics, including 26 citations, 19 warnings, 9 parking citations, 4 criminal citations, 4 felony arrests, 5 misdemeanor arrests, and 1 DUI arrest. Nearly all of his arrests arose from self-initiated field contacts, which gives testament to his keen observation skills, quick actions, and investigative thoroughness.

Sometime between 3:30 and 6:26 p.m., two unknown suspects entered the unlocked residence and stole the victim's vehicle and house keys. The suspects then fled in the victim's vehicle.
 
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Revised September 26, 2016