Community Honors Officers for Productivity, Investigative Work
Three Anne Arundel County Police officers are recognized for their service to the community in 2012.
Members of the Odenton and Severn community on Wednesday honored Anne Arundel County police officers for their service over the past year.
The Police-Community Relations Council for Western District recognized three officers for their overall productivity and response to specific incidents in 2012.
The officers earned a cash reward from the council, as well as special recognition from the office of County Executive Laura Neuman and from the county council.
- Cpl. Mark Gass - Recognized for his work on robbery and burglary cases. Was able to recover as much as $15,000 in shoplifted property in October due to his investigative work.
- Cpl. Ryan Saunders - Credited with leading his platoon in enforcement activities. Also honored for his professionalism, especially when responding to a report of a hanging of a young Severn woman.
- Officer Nate Hollis - Honored for his overall productivity and his response to a robbery at a 7-Eleven store in Odenton in July, in which his detective work led to the arrest of three suspects.