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Veteran Baltimore PD Officer Killed In Crash

September 28, 2010  | 

A 33-year veteran of the Baltimore Police Department was killed Monday, when his 2002 Chevrolet truck hit a berm, the Baltimore Sun reports.

Officer James E. Fowler III was killed late Monday, while heading to a training session at Penn State University. Fowler of Cantonsville was driving to Lewiston, Pa. on U.S. 22/322 West and came to rest along a concrete barrier.

Read the full story at BaltimoreSun.com.

Tags: Baltimore PD, Police Vehicle Accidents


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