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Maryland Trooper Seriously Injured in Head-On Crash

July 1, 2016
A Maryland State Police Trooper was seriously injured in a crash Thursday morning while he was patrolling in Dorchester County.

Maryland Trooper Critically Injured in Beltway Crash

April 15, 2016
A Maryland State Trooper responding to a crash along the Capital Beltway on Thursday afternoon was struck while he was in his patrol car by another vehicle, causing the trooper to be trapped inside it. More Here.

Video: Maryland Trooper Critically Injured in Beltway Crash

April 15, 2016
A Maryland State Trooper responding to a crash along the Capital Beltway on Thursday afternoon was struck while he was in his patrol car by another vehicle, causing the trooper to be trapped inside it.

Video: Helicopter Lands on Roadway to Rescue Maryland Trooper from Crash

April 14, 2016
A Maryland State Police helicopter landed on the Beltway and rushed the injured trooper to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center.

Helicopter Lands on Roadway to Rescue Maryland Trooper from Crash

April 14, 2016
The Capital Beltway was partially closed in Maryland Thursday evening after a crash that involved at least three cars and left a Maryland State Police trooper with critical injuries. More Here.

Maryland Trooper Struck by Impaired Driver

October 5, 2015
A Maryland State trooper's vehicle was struck during an attempt to stop an impaired driver Sunday night.

Maryland State Trooper Struck on I-95 by State Police Employee in Department Car

July 9, 2015
About 3 p.m., Trooper First Class Wing Tong of the Waterloo Barrack stopped a Ford SUV near Route 175 for appearing to have improper license plates, according to police. As Tong approached the stopped Ford on its passenger side, a Mercury drove on to the shoulder and struck Tong's car and the Ford, which knocked tong over the guardrail.

Maryland Trooper Named NLEOMF Officer of the Month

March 24, 2015
For preventing a suicidal man from jumping off a bridge, Trooper First Class Joshua Kim, of the Maryland State Police, has been named NLEOMF Officer of the Month for March 2015.

AW139 Helicopter

November 26, 2013
Agusta Westland's AW139 with a specially configured and custom-designed medevac interior has recently entered into service with the Maryland State Police Aviation.

Md. Trooper Struck by Vehicle

October 7, 2013
A Maryland State Police trooper was listed in critical condition after being struck by a car early Sunday. The trooper, Jacqueline A. Kline, has a serious head injury that could keep her in the hospital for weeks, as well as a broken arm, cuts, and bruises.

Wounded Md. Trainee Released from Hospital

February 22, 2013
Ten days after being shot in the head during a police training accident, a University of Maryland police trainee has been released from Maryland Shock Trauma Center.

ACLU Demands License Plate Reader Data

July 31, 2012
The American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland (ACLU) requested information about how law enforcement agencies use data compiled by automatic license plate readers. An ACLU staff attorney wants agencies to use the data "in a limited and responsible manner."

Maryland Trooper's Killer Gets Life

May 10, 2012
Cyril Williams, 29, had been convicted of first-degree murder in the June 2010 shooting of Maryland State Trooper Wesley Brown outside a Forestville Applebee's.

Cop Kills Self After High-Speed Pursuit

April 10, 2012
A Montgomery County (Md.) Police Department officer committed suicide after leading a Maryland trooper on a high-speed pursuit on Monday.

Maryland Settles With Pro-Life Group Over Illegal Arrests

March 8, 2012
The Maryland Board of Public Works has offered a settlement to pro-life activists who sued, claiming troopers illegally arrested protesters in 2008.

East Coast Blood Hand Signs

December 28, 2011

Gang members use hand signs to communicate with each other and to challenge rival members or law enforcement officers in what they call "throwing signs." After forming in Los Angeles in the early 1970s, the Bloods street gang spread to the East Coast and formed "sets." These sets include the Piru Bloods, Fruit Town Brims, and South Side Brims (in western Maryland). The hand signs in this gallery were recovered during a multi-agency investigation earlier this year. Photos courtesy of Det. Rich Keys of the Maryland State Police.

Feds: Maryland Blood Set Operated Nationwide Drug Trafficking Network

October 14, 2011
Thirty-five members of the South Side Brims Bloods gang in western Maryland have been indicted by a federal grand jury for several murders, shootings, home invasion robberies, drug trafficking, and witness intimidation.

Maryland State Police Graduate 52 Troopers

September 23, 2011
The Maryland State Police presented badges and diplomas to 52 new troopers at the Century High School in Sykesville today, following a 26-week police academy.

Maryland Trooper with Ride-Along Strikes, Kills Pedestrian

September 3, 2011
A Maryland state trooper responding to a burglary call struck and killed a pedestrian who stepped into the path of the oncoming patrol car on an access ramp in Queen Anne's County.

Maryland State Police Crime Lab Gains International Certification

August 15, 2011
In 2010, the Maryland State Police Forensic Sciences Division Laboratory received evidence from 19,000 criminal cases to process in the forensic fields of biology, toxicology, trace evidence, latent print/impressions, drug analysis, and firearms/tool marks.
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