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Shooting Arrest  

By Public Affairs
Friday, June 10, 2011; 10:59 am

SHOOTING ARREST: 20 year-old Kenneth Pope was recently arrested for the April 30th non-fatal shooting within the 1200 Blk of N. Luzerne Street. Great job by the Eastern District Detective Unit and the Warrant Apprehension Task Task-Force
Updated: 06/10/11; 11:05 am
 

Recent Gun Arrests  

By Public Affairs
Friday, June 10, 2011; 10:05 am

2500 Blk Winchester St., proactive patrol leads to seizure of 2 handguns & 1 arrest. Great job Tri-District Squad!
 
2300 Blk Fulton Ave., drug investigation leads to seizure of a handgun & 1 arrest. Great job Violent Crime Impact Section WS-1!

 

Updated: 06/10/11; 10:44 am
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Congratulations Officer Alicea  

By Public Affairs
Monday, June 6, 2011; 10:06 am

GOOD NEWS!: Police Officer Pablo Alicea traveled to his native home of San Juan, Puerto Rico on May 26, 2011 to be honored by the Community of Tras Talleres during their 100 years Celebration of Establishment. Officer Alicea was recognized as one of the community's outstanding people in sports, having been part of the Basketball Delegation that went to the Olympic Games and played for the local federation. For his career in basketball and other excellence he had a local basketball court named after him, in tribute.  Congratulations Officer Alicea on your outstanding accomplishment!
 
Updated: 06/06/11; 10:08 am
 

Mayor Month-Long Warrant Operation to Target Violent Offender  

By Public Affairs
Thursday, June 2, 2011; 9:16 am

Law enforcement officers from a variety of state and city agencies will join forces in an unprecedented effort to get 1000 violent offenders off the streets of Baltimore for Summer Jumpstart Warrant Initiative.    

Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Police Commissioner Frederick H. Bealefeld, III announced the start of the operation which targets violent offenders in Baltimore.

Updated: 06/02/11; 9:51 am
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