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Man Arrested in Alleged Beating of Maryland Officer

A man has been arrested in connection with the suspected beating of an officer with the Maryland Transit Administration police officer over the weekend.

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2 Men Charged in Shooting of Maryland Officers

Two men are facing multiple criminal charges in connection with a gun battle that left three officers with a shooting that left two Maryland officers wounded in August.

Coastal Community Conducting "Thank an Officer" Events Despite Pandemic

Citizens in DelMarVa—the peninsula that is shared by the states of Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia—will continue with plans to show appreciation for local law enforcement officers this week despite concerns about COVID-19.

Maryland Officer Facing Assault and Other Charges Following Arrest

An officer with the Prince George's County Police Department who was involved in a traffic stop that left a man partially paralyzed has been indicted on charges of second-degree assault, misconduct in office, and reckless endangerment charges.

3 Maryland Officers Shot in Ambush While Responding to Call

Three officers with the Prince George's (MD) Police Department were fired upon as they responded to a call of a home invasion on Sunday evening.

Maryland Officer Suffers Minor Injuries in Patrol Vehicle Crash

An officer with the Baltimore Police Department—whose name has not been released—crashed into a pole near the district courthouse and suffered minor injuries.

Maryland Officer Recognized As National SRO of the Year

Officer Danielle Moore with the Baltimore County Department has been recognized with the 2020 National Association of School Resource Officers' Floyd Ledbetter National School Resource Officer of the Year Award.

Maryland Officer Wounded by Gunfire Released from Hospital

An officer with the Baltimore Police Department who was shot earlier this month while he tried to disperse a large crowd that had gathered to protest the in-custody death of George Floyd in Minneapolis has been released from the hospital.

Retired Maryland Officer Falsely Accused of Accosting Teen Protesters

A retired officer with the Montgomery County Police Department—who had served with the agency for nearly 30 years before retiring in 2016—was falsely accused of accosting three teens who were posting signs along a bike trail decrying the in-custody death of George Floyd in Minneapolis late last month, but has now been vindicated as innocent.

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Baltimore Officer Shot and Saved by Armor, Suspect at Large

The commissioner said the officer's body armor prevented more serious injury. "I have spoken with (Shock Trauma Physician-in-Chief Dr. Thomas) Scalea, who has given a good report and said the officer is well, that the bullet likely grazed the side of his abdomen and went in and out (did) not hit any organs," Harrison said.