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Baltimore County Police and Fire Departments will be conducting weekly joint scenario-based training exercises throughout the 2019 year as part of annual training at AMC Theatres at THE AVENUE at White Marsh, 8125 Honeygo Boulevard, 21236.

This training will take place every Wednesday morning beginning this Wednesday, January 9, through Wednesday June 12. We will not conduct training during the school summer break but will resume the weekly training on August 28 through November 6.

The training will consist of walk-through scenarios, prompting officers to strategize, make decisions under stress, and coordinate first aid efforts with Fire Department personnel. No live weapons are used during this training.

The public should be aware of the increased activity in and around AMC Theatre beginning as early as 6 a.m. and ending by 9:30 a.m. on those Wednesdays previously listed.

A man suffered a stab wound to his lower body during a disturbance at The Avenue at White Marsh following the closing of area restaurants in the early morning hours.

Police were called to The Avenue at 8125 Honeygo Boulevard for a disturbance after fights began to break out outside the area restaurants as they were closing this morning around 1:47 a.m. 9-1-1 received additional information that gunshots were heard in the area and that a 28-year-old man was injured and driven to an area hospital.

Officers responded and secured the area while the Baltimore County Police Violent Crimes Unit Responded. Hospital staff determined that the man actually suffered a non-life-threatening stab wound to the lower body, not a gunshot wound. No one at the location of The Avenue during the incident was found to be injured as a result of a gunshot wound.

The Violent Crimes Unit is continuing to investigate this incident and asks that anyone with information contact police by calling 410-307-2020.

 
 
Revised June 27, 2017