Saturday, December 1, 2012
Check out a selection of mug shots from around the region, and note that an arrest does not indicate a conviction.
Patch presents a selection of booking photos provided by police in Anne Arundel County and the city of Annapolis during Nov. 24-30. Want to read the full story? Check out the links below. Editor's note: This article was published on all the Patch sites in Anne Arundel County.
Friday, September 7, 2012
The Western District Police-Community Relations Council will meet next week.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Tim Lemke
Friday, September 7, 2012
The Police-Community Relations Council for the county's western district will resume its monthly meetings on Wednesday. The September meeting of the council will feature an open discussion with district captain Eric Hodge. Hodge is expected to review the department's summer activities and will hear questions and concerns from the community. The meeting is open to the public and will take place at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Western District Police Station at 8273 Telegraph Rd., Odenton.
Thursday, August 30, 2012
The county's newest Deputy Chief Pamela Davis officially received her promotion along with several other high-ranking officers.
Newly appointed Deputy Chief Pamela Davis and several high-ranking officers officially received their promotions Thursday morning at the Southern District Police Station in Edgewater. Political leaders, community activists and a crowd of county police officers attended the ceremony to support of those being promoted. Anne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold and Police Chief Larry W. Tolliver offered congratulations as each officer was highlighted for his or her service and experience over the years. The unofficial mayor of Shady Side, Mohan Grover, also addressed the room and personally thanked Capt. William Krampf and Lt. Timothy Altomare for their service in south county and welcomed the district's newest captain, Capt. Michelle …
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Maj. Pamela Davis will become the county's newest deputy police chief in a special ceremony Thursday morning in Edgewater. She had previously served as interim chief earlier this year.
Several police officers, including former interim police chief Pamela Davis, are scheduled to be honored at a promotional ceremony Thursday morning at the southern district police station in Edgewater. According to a police press release, Davis, a 19-year veteran of the department, will be promoted to Deputy Chief of the Office of Executive Services on Wednesday. Her previous posts include Commander of the Training Academy, the Criminal Investigation Division and both the southern and eastern districts. In July, Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold appointed Davis as interim police chief following former police chief James Teare’s announcement that he would retire effective Aug. 1. However, 15 days later on July 26, Leopold named …
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Local officers aren't interested in being promoted to lieutenant due to issues in the police department, according to the local union president.
Anne Arundel County is looking outside its own police department to find new lieutenants because local, qualified officers won’t apply for the positions, according to the International Brotherhood of Police Officers (IBPO). National union President David J. Holway declared the “open job posting” a sign that the Anne Arundel County police department’s leadership has failed. “Current Anne Arundel officers don’t want the promotion because they know it will bring them a step closer to the failed leadership that has broken their department,” Holway said. “It’s shameful that the county’s leaders have to advertise elsewhere to bring in superior officers who don’t know the extent of the dysfunction and leadership failure.” O’Brien Atkinson, the …
Friday, June 8, 2012
Officers arrested Frank Johnathan Hirschel after they said he threatened a customer at the Exxon station in Odenton Friday morning.
Anne Arundel County police arrested a man in connection to an attempted robbery of a customer at the Exxon station on Annapolis Road in Odenton. Officers responded at 1:38 a.m. Friday to the station and spoke with a 29-year-old man who said he was about to enter the convenience store when he was approached by another man who demanded money. Police said the victim told the man that he didn’t have any money, but that the man then threatened him. The victim went into the store and called police. Officers searched the area and found a man matching the suspect’s description walking along the shoulder of Annapolis Road, police said. An online search of case records showed the suspect’s full name as Frank Johnathan Hirschel. He is 43 years old …
Friday, June 1, 2012
A witness reported to police that a man was looking in a window at a home in Odenton.
A Severn man faces multiple charges after a witness told police he was looking in the window of a home in Odenton where a 25-year-old woman was getting undressed. Police said Dennis Seymour Miller, 60, of the 8000 block of Durness Court in Severn was charged with two counts of peeping Tom, trespassing and private place-prurient intent. Officers from the Western District responded to a residence in Odenton for a report of a peeping Tom in progress on Thursday just before 10 p.m., according to a release from police. A witness told police the man left the scene in a taxi cab, which officers were able to locate in the area of the incident. Police said two witnesses positively identified the driver (and only occupant of the cab) as the person …
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Police said Mark Eugene Elmer of Odenton displayed a badge in the parking lot of Buffalo Wild Wings in Annapolis.
An Odenton man faces multiple charges after witnesses told police he claimed to be an undercover detective and conducted field sobriety tests in Annapolis on Tuesday night. Officers responded at approximately 10:51 p.m. Tuesday to the parking lot of Buffalo Wild Wings in the 2300 block of Forest Drive in Annapolis for a report of a man claiming to be a police officer. Police said Mark Eugene Elmer, 31, of Odenton was apprehended at the scene in his Ford Explorer and charged with impersonating a police officer and disorderly conduct. Witnesses reported that a man in the parking lot displayed a badge and claimed to be an undercover detective, according to a release from the Anne Arundel County Police Department. The victims told police the …
Monday, May 7, 2012
Media outlets are reporting there were no signs of foul play.
University of Maryland senior Katherine Morris, 22, was found dead in a car near Arundel Mills Mall on Sunday morning, with no obvious signs of foul play, WTOP has reported. Anne Arundel County police are investigating the death, which officers said they believe was a suicide, according to The Diamondback. Odenton-Severn Patch reported on Sunday that Anne Arundel County police found the body of a young woman in a car near a satellite campus of Anne Arundel County Community College at the mall. Police said they did not see indications of foul play at the time, and did not know how long the woman had been in the car.
Thursday, April 19, 2012
Police charged Patrick Toney with second-degree child abuse on April 12. He was free on bail when he came into contact with police last Friday and later died.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Tim Lemke
Thursday, April 19, 2012
An Odenton man who died Wednesday after a confrontation with Anne Arundel County police faced accusations that he abused one of his children, his attorney said. Annapolis attorney Keith Gross confirmed that police arrested Patrick Raphael Toney, 41, on child abuse charges on April 12. He was released on $15,000 bail on Friday. Gross said that Toney's wife picked him up from the courthouse and that they parted ways when they got home to Odenton. On Friday evening, he was on his way to take care of some personal affairs when police found him parked near the corner of Piney Orchard Parkway and Odenton Road. A press release from police said Toney acted irrationally and they took him to Baltimore Washington Medical Center for treatment of a …