Baltimore City Police History
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Cop-Paparazzi

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While working on putting this page together, a page with Misc police pics, of our brothers and sisters in the field, doing what we do, pics that will help preserve our history, and provide some sort of back-up or assistance to the active officers. My thought was to call it either "Police Paparazzi" or "Paparazzi Police" each having a funny meaning, but Police in front of, or behind the word Paparazzi can give it a different meaning, and still not change the effects of the shot. The added security I or anyone of us that stops to take a pic of our brothers in the line of duty, and if need be the on-scene 10-16, as I am sure if the officer needed a back-up we would put down the camera and help. All that said and done, I was talking this over with one of my site developers and design techs; I was a little excited ( I know hard to believe - I get a little excited about police stuff, our history, my time with the BPD and this site..... ) Anyway, I was a little excited, and when I went to say one of these two police/paparazzi/police phrases, and not knowing which should go first, my mouth took over and coined a new phrase, a phrase that I think will be the phrase we are going to use. I called it "Cop-parazzi" a phrase that I fell in love with almost as quickly as I was hearing it. I love how my mind works, it would be nice though if it, and my mouth would communicate better... so I  would know what I am thinking before I say it. Sometimes I hear it for the first time, the same time Patty hears it, and that can be dangerous LOL. 
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Taken in Central
THREE BADASS POLICE OUT OF THE bpd
Three Bad Mamma Jammas
Dave Eastman, Jerry DeManss and Leonard O'Connor
Mark Lucas Tomlin
Mark Tomlin
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Courtesy Mark Frank

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Trash Detail
Your man at work Heather not Sabian Curt
Your man at work Heather not Sabian Curt
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Wayne Earley and the Orioles Bird
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Mark Tomlin
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Todd "Strong Man" Eibner - Tightening the Tire
Tim Haefner
Todd "
Supermodel" Eibner
Terry Smith
Officer Terry Smith
Squad dinner. Its nice to be detailed to the SE occasionally
Brunch on the Sergeant
small car Monument street
Monument Street
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Lou Seibert
Ray Butler
Ray Butler
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The RAM
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Officer John Scales and Officer Howard Lindsay EVU Pre-QRT and CNT days
Officer John Scales and Officer Howard Lindsay EVU Pre-QRT and CNT days
Officer Howard Bud Lindsay Officer John Scales
Officer Howard Bud Lindsay Officer John Scales
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NWD Cruising Patrol1
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Mounted trailor
mounted trailor side
Mounted trailor long
Mounted trailor
Mounted trailor long
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Motto Logo Small
MAC and THE RUPE BEST FREINDS
Best freinds Mac and The Rupe
Lt George Louis
Lt George Louis
Lt Leason
Lt Larry Leason
LaRRY gROSS WITH oLD iRONSIDE
Larry Gross with Old Ironside (good police named their stick)
Kenny
Kenny
Jrdan Sparks Warren
Jordan Sparks
JoAnn Oliphant Voelker and Ray Butler
JoAnn Oliphant Voelker and Ray Butler
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Jerry 1972
James McCartin Jr al roker
James McCartin Jr Al Roker
Im white
Claiming Reverse Descrimation
good shooting smilly face
Photoshop Fun with Robert Yamin
Good Police will See no evil speak no evil hear no evil
See No Evil - Speak No Evil - Hear No Evil
bubba

Lt. Egbert

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USAMDBPD

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New Fox Trot
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Broadway
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Broadway
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Boston Street
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Broadway
David Eastman
Dave Eastman
John Vesely
John Vesely
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John Vesely
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Dave Eastman Patty Angie and me 11-17-2013
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Patty Driscoll, Ret Det Kenny Driscoll, Ret Off Dave Eastman, in the background Angie Halcomb can seen, and in my hand is a hand carved walking stick brought to me by Dave all the way from South Carolina - the Eagles head on the top is very well done
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James McCartin Approx 1971
James McCartin Approx 1971
James McCartin Jr
James McCartin Jr
Steve Hatchett
Steve Hatchett
Steve Wilson Steve Hatchett
Steve Wilson and Steve Hatchett
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Courtesy Wayne Early
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Wayne Early and Santa Clause

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645px-Baltimore Police Arrest
From Wikopidia
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Jackie Folio
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Whooop Whooop
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History
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Booker
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Medal of Honor
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Baltimore City Poilice 1920
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Baltimore Cop with Billy Stick - Photographer unknown c.1970
Baltimore Officer with Billy Stick
Heres a picture from c.1945 at the corner of Light and Redwood Sts The mounted officer on the right is my grandfather Frank Kearney.
Mounted c.1945
Hostler Charles Fletcher retirement 1
Hostler Charles Fletcher Retired
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Jackie Folio
Jackie Folio3
Jackie Folio
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Jackie Folio
James Mitchell Jr.
Jim Mitchell
James Mitchell Jr. 57
James Mitchell Jr. 1957
Joe Folio - The Year 1957
Joe Folio - The Year 1957
John Dickson
John Dickson
Jules Pritchard
Jules Pritchard w/ Jackie Folio
Normal Stamp belt buckle
Normal Stamp belt buckle
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Police Call Box 238
Sean Smiths grandfather
Sean Smiths grandfather
Teaching Defense Tactics at our Police Academy. Arm Bar being taught here
Teaching Defense Tactics
The Year 2000 - Women in Law Enforcement Conference in Ocean City Maryland  with Donna Stauffer Lisa Olszewski Brenda May Teresa Rink Adams and M Susan Young
The Year 2000 - Women in Law Enforcement
Tim Longo and Margie German
Tim Longo and Margie German
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1982 AMC Concord DL
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We can do these for just about any officer with their BPD History
19th century come along
1800's Leather Come Along
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Gregory Holevas
Gregory Holevas
Jim Mitchell
Jim Mitchell's "Joe Hlafka Stick"
King in Baltimore
Looking for directions to MLK - The King in Baltimore
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Mounted Officers
Mounted Unit wearing Metal Arm Patches
Mounted Unit Emblem 1
Metal Arm Patches
Robert Hall via John hall
Robert Hall courtesy John hall
Sergeants 1900s front
Sergeants 1900's
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3 Stooges
Traffic Seminar 3
Traffic Seminar
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Joe Donato
Joe Donato
Troy Jackson Londa Gross John Rich
Troy Jackson Londa Gross
Aaron Perkins
Aaron Perkins
April 1997 Stopped by to see my mom Aaron Perkins
Aaron Perkins - April 1997
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1968 K9 Wonter Reefer with Emergency Service Armband
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Baltimore Riot 1861
BPD Helicopter model
Gene's BPD Helicopter Model
Building 164 Police NWD Substation
NWD
Building 165 SoutheasternPoliceStation Substation TooneStreet
Southeastern (Eastern Sub-Station)
Building 194 Baltimore SoutheastSubstation
Southeastern (Eastern Sub-Station)
Building 309 Baltimore CentralDistrict early
Central
Building 338 Baltimore NorthwesternSubstation
Northwesterm District
Building 338 Baltimore NWDSubstation
Northwestern District
Building 343 Baltimore PoliceHeadquarters Move
The old and the new - Headquarters
Carl Johnson
Carl Johnson - Quantum Leap
Carl Stambaugh
Carl Stambaugh
Christopher Warren
Christopher Warren
Christopher Warren Frank Friend
Christopher Warren Frank Friend
Cindy Sobotka Root
Cindy Sobotka Root
Circa 1956 with a 1948 Buick
Jim Mitchell
Circa 1956 with a 1948 Buick
David Eastman
David Eastman
Det. Lou Trimper Area II Western District Dispatcher
Det. Lou Trimper Area II
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Dixon's House 1996
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Old School Nightstick
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Elmora Ave Triple Shooting
Ja Bell Jeff Chaney
Courtesy Ja Bell - Wagon Man Jeff Chaney
Jake Bell
Jake Bell
Jake Guy Bell
Jake Bell
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Jake Bell
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Jake Bell
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Jake Bell
Jeffrey Cardwell Sr.
Courtesy Jeffrey Cardwell Sr.
Jim Brokus
Jim Brokus
Jim carns
Jim Carns
Jim Fowler  with Randy Dull Mike Carney Jim Fowler Michael McDonald Michael Burkett Joe Dugan and John W. Ambrose Sr
Jim Fowler, Randy Dull
Joe Donato
Joe Donato
Joe Donato 2
Joe Donato
Joe Drum
Joe Drum
Joe Drum 2
Joe Drum
Joe Drum j
Joe Drum
Joe Green possibly
Unknown Joe Green possibly
Joe Kleinota
Joe Kleinota
k9 reefer
1968 K9 Reefer
kane
Commissioner Kane
Kelly Petrucci
Kelly Petrucci
kemp Hall
Kemp Hall
Ken Smith Martin OMalley Charles LoRocco Edward T Norris John Pignataro and Ed Bochniak.
Ken Smith Martin OMalley Edward Norris
Laying down the law at todays House of Cards shoot
Laying down the law
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Md Orioles Batman
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Md Patrol Ferron
Michael Broll 3
Michael Broll
Molly
Molly
Mounted
Mounted
Officer Norman T. Spencer who went on to become one of the BPDs first black detectives
Officer Norman T. Spencer
Old Police Honor Guard Jim Carns
Old Police Honor Guard
Jim Carns
Paul Michael
Paul Michael
Paul Michael moto cross
Paul Michael Moto Cross
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Eastern Substation formerly Baltimore County PD
Pigtown festival cops holding a pig hmmmmm
Pigtown festival
Robert Koga
Robert Koga
Robert M Hurley
Robert M Hurley
rocker patch
1968 K9 Officer's Rocker Patch
Schumann
Schumann
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Officer injured saving runaway wagon
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No Capes Needed
If these are the Heroes the Public are Seeing,
Than our Police Really are Hiding their True Identity
James Comegna
James Comegna
Jamie Roussey
Jamie Roussey
G.lnocentes
Copyright 2013 - G.lnocentes
G Money
G Money Jenkins
Howard Smith
Courtest Howard Smith
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...and we think we have seen it all, a fella breaks down;
So what does he do? He breaks out a drum kit!
...and performs for the biggest audience,
he has ever performed in front of.
The State Trooper broke out his guitar and joined in the fun.
jim carns pic
Courtesy Jim Carnes
A Real Football star in the foreground
and a superhero in the background… 

Addressing ARC
Photo Courtesy Ret Sgt Doug Womack
Sgt. Doug Womack addressing the American Red Cross.  As a Sergeant, he served as the "Police Department Safety Officer", and coordinated many Blood Drives...
Baltimore Police 9
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Dave Rolle. 1979 - 1999
Various pics from throughout the city sent to us
or taken by us if any of the pics are yours and you want credit
contact us and we'll add your name to the credit page
Ron Turcotte is best known as the rider of Secretariat
Mounted unit with the rider of Secretariat

Pics Courtesy Baltimore Police Department
we recomend you visit their site Baltimore Police Link 
and/or friend them on Facebook
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John Calpin, Gary Lapchak, Edward Chaney,
Kenny Driscoll and Kenny Driscoll again

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1950sOfficer
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Michael Broll
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Taken in Central down from Camden Yards
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Alan Keitz locked myself in the paddy wagon

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P/O Alan Keitz
After he locked himself in the back of a paddy wagon.
Some police will do anything for a stat… Way to go Alan! BCPD History pic of the week
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He looks a little excited to have his pixture taken (I can spell picture, I just like pixture)
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This was my first Callbox 134
a retirment gift from my squad
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Old Baltimore Call Box #542
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Purchased from Arthur Betz son of P/O John Betz
It is thought to have been located on Preston St. just west of Edison Hwy. The open space under the Callbox has a missing cover, these are often missing, (If you have one for sale contact me), in the meantime anyone else missing a cover may want to try this. My box is in my living room; my wife loves to decorate, and came up with the idea of using this empty area for a shadow box of sorts. She put some antique BPD memorabilia in it and it looks kind of nice. If you want to try this, I wouldn't recommend painting the inside any, I would leave the rust or patina on it, that is on it. There is a hole that leads down the police this could be covered with a small piece of wood or tin, and the articles could be set on top of them, I will add a picture as soon as possible.
Agent John Keavney
Courtesy Jimmy Wyse
Agent John Keavney
Agent John Keavney 2
Courtesy Jimmy Wyse
Agent John Keavney
Agent John Keavney and Officer Dexter Plumb
Courtesy Jimmy Wyse
Agent John Keavney and Officer Dexter Plumb
Class Break-just before being assigned an FTO
Courtesy Jimmy Wyse
Class Break-just before being assigned an FTO
Class break before being assigned to FTO
Courtesy Jimmy Wyse
Class break before being assigned to FTO
Class Gaduation Party
Courtesy Jimmy Wyse
Class Gaduation Party
Class Graduation Party
Courtesy Jimmy Wyse
Class Gaduation Party
Off Bob Maglia Ed Kiaunia  Mark Keller
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Off Bob Maglia, Ed Kiaunia & Mark Keller
Off ed Kiaunia Dave Harris
Courtesy Jimmy Wyse
Off ed Kiaunia Dave Harris
Off Ed Kiaunia performing at class party
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Off Ed Kiaunia Performing at Class Party
Officer Anthony Cannavale Jr
Courtesy Jimmy Wyse
Officer Anthony Cannavale Jr
Officer Jim Long
Courtesy Jimmy Wyse
Officer Jim Long
Officer Kevin Washington and Sgt
Courtesy Jimmy Wyse
Officer Kevin Washington and Sgt
Off Mark Keller
Courtesy Jimmy Wyse
Off Mark Keller
Off Mark Keller and Bill Solar
Courtesy Jimmy Wyse
Off Mark Keller and Bill Solar
Prof Franklyn Hochreiter Sgt Bruce Green and Off Berry Grant
Courtesy Jimmy Wyse
Prof Franklyn Hochreiter, Sgt Bruce Green and Off Berry Grant
Sgt Buce Green talking with recruits
Courtesy Jimmy Wyse
Sgt Buce Green Talking with Recruits
Jimmy Wyse and Jimmy Clark
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Jimmy Wyse and Jimmy Clark
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Taken in Northwest
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Taken in the Northwestern Parking lot
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Northwestern
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Bromo Building
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Central
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Central
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Central District
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600 E Baltimore St.
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600 E Baltimore St
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Central District the Cop Shop in the background
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Central District
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Central District
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Detectives John Calpin Ken Driscoll
after having a gun pulled on them in the 600 E North Ave
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Baltimore's Central District
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Fox Trot
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In Honor Tommy Newman
Baltimore Street
TaShot on the corner of Baltimore and Gay Central District
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Downtown Central Distirct
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Downtown Central District
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Baltimore Street behind headquarters
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Downtown Central District

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1700 Blk of N. Aisquith Street 1970s
1700 Blk. of Federal Street Ave.
Sunpaper Picture Photographer Weyman Swagger

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This was an odd case, Officer Driscoll had arrested a purse snatch suspect and took him to men's detention. After the arrest he headed back up to Central's Sector 3 where he heard P/O Dave Robertson had a car stop in front of the Shake and Skate, Driscoll pulled past the suspect car and backed up on its bumper, (something he hadn't done on the past, but he had a feeling). He then went back to talk to Dave. On the way past he recognized the driver as a known drug dealer. Dave didn't have anything, the driver was stopped for driving without headlights. Driscoll wanted to talk to him (the driver) so Dave said, "He's all yours!", Driscoll pulled the driver to the back of the car and asked if he could search his car. He had two passengers, one in the front seat, one in the back seat passenger side, the driver opened the rear hatch and began to yell to Driscoll, and into the car, "Sure check the car officer!", Driscoll closed the heatch before he could finish, and had Dave hold onto the driver while he grabbed the guy from the back seat, as he pulled him from the car he did a quick pat down around his waistband and found an 8 shot .22 he cuffed him up, his gun went in Officer Driscoll's dip. As he went to pull the front seat passenger out, he noticed the Tech 9 (pictured below) between his feet on the floor board, he quicklet grabbed it, and yanked the passenger from the car, as he went to get him down to his knees to cuff him, the suspect started to struggle, Driscoll jammed the muzzle of the Tech 9 to the suspect's temple, and he stopped fighting (That's when he knew it was real, and it was loaded). He was cuffed. Driscoll went to empty it and it was a little tight so he called EVU, to render it safe. Being 3am that call drew quite a crowd of police, the first officer on the scene P/O Calvin Vincent said, "Nice grab, Dris, where's your gun?".. Driscoll looked down and his holster was empty, He calmy said, "It's down the cell block, I must have left it there when I had the purse snatch arrest!" He put the .22 and the Tech 9 in his trunk, and was waiting on a wagon when a guy came up and said he was robbed by the three of them when he was coming out of Golden Sun Carry Out on Pennsy. He described the guns, and everything that was taken from him. Evertything described was recovered from the vehicle and the suspects, including a pinky ring with the victim's initials on it.

Of course Driscoll was made fun of from everyone for having made these arrests while unarmed, even the Major sent a message to him where he said, "Nice arrest; next time take your gun!". He may not have had his gun, but by the time they knew what he was doing he had their eight shot .22, and then he got their tech 9 so He was armed. One of the suspects said, "Before that 2nd officer showed up, we was going to shoot the first officer; but when the 2nd officer showed up we figured we were out-numbered, they were already standing, ready and better trained, but if we had known the 2nd officer was unarmed..." then he paused, and said, "well, let's just leave that a mystery!" I think it is in how we carry ourselves, they didn't even think to challenge us, that and having Jesus in our corner. Can you imagine how much trouble we would be in without a little help from up above.

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The Tech 9

FOP Lodge #3

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FOP Stamps
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15 Years on the job
Should be a law against getting this ugly in just 15 years

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1998 Gold Records from the RIAA
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2000 Gold Record from the RIAA
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The Pretty Good Person Award
He came to the distirct to recoeve his Pretty Good Person Award, After being wanted for  burglary and having trouble catching up to him, he was reached by phone and told he won an award, he asked what for and was told his nieghbors "put him in" and he won. He asked if it came with money, we said sure, what is an award without a cash prize and certificate. Then he was told he had to get right down there, the Mayor was waiting, and he was not waiting long. So he rushed down, wouldn't you know it, he missed the Mayor, but could still get his award and cash prize. His pick was taken twice, on this shot, Jimmy Eigner changed "1. 2.. 3... Say Cheese" to "1. 2.. 3... Your under arrest!" you can see the look on his face as he reolized he was caught. Then he asked if he can still get the cash award... so we gave him a couple cents and took him to lock-up.

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This guy was told he looked like a wanted person, and then shown the poster upside down, he stood on his head to prove it wasn't him on the poster. The things people will do to clear themselves. I would have righted the poster to show it wasn't me.

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My partner and I built a rapport with most of the people we came into contact with, before long some of the things we had said as a joke became what people would request, in this case a program we made up for loitering, "Push-ups or Handcuffs" they would do 10 push-ups and get off our corner. This and our "Calendar Program" where we gave a calendar if they were clean after a search, It was a simple Photoshoped Calendar with our picture on it, and the month. So one night we stop some guys and they were clean, we go to cutt'em loose, and one takes a few steps turns around and asked, "Where's our Calendars?" this was particularly funny because we remembered the people we had stopped, and we had never stopped these two, so word was getting out that we gave calendars out.. (They were nice, they had a place to fill in court dates, or work schedules!) We ended the program after a year, because John didn't like a Santa hat I put on his head in Photoshop, he liked even less the white out job I did while removing the Santa hat, it made him appear bald. They were good times, it was midnight in Central. We worked Pennsy and Gold 137 car the first night it was 137 car, that post was like fishing in a barrell.
  
Ronald Shepke Police Academy Graduation

Robert Heath
Robert Heath (Pookie)
recruit
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Presidential Inauguration 2009 Washington DC
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Police signs
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paul boon
To know him is to love him, Paul "Santa" Boone
Members of the Baltimore City Police Department  Call of Fallen Heroes at the annual National Police Officers Memorial Service on the grounds of the US Capital
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An easy roll? Huh! – The drunk with the bottle of booze should be an easy robbery target, but he's a cop - and he has more than one partner in the police department's "Decoy Squad" waiting for someone to assault him. 

This goes to show what our police will do to catch a robbery suspect, it seems robbery suspects were robbing people that had a bit too much to drink; so the "Decoy Squad" would wear a nice watch, flash a little cash and carry a half bottle of hooch while acting intoxicated. They did this in hopes of baiting the robbery suspects into coming after them. This type operation was shut down by the department. Not because of possible injury, but because they felt we were causing a crime, instead of preventing one. Never-mind the number of robberies stopped, the number of people that won't get injured, when the suspect was caught; or the number of clearances that will be obtained during interview/interrogation. They were more concerned about that extra Part 1 it took to bait and catch the suspect.

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If I had to guess which one was the bad guy, I would go with #1  - Because #2, #3 and #5 have belts on, #2 and #3 have shoe laces, #2, #3, #4 and #5 have watches, #3 and #5 have something in their shirt pockets. #1 has no watch, has buckles on his shoes. BTW #4 is Det Leo Smith (my uncle, and the reason I joined the force. He was one hard working police... Real Police at its finest)
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So if you want to take part and be a Cop-parazzi too, grab a camera, take some shots, and send them in... either email them to me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or mail them to us 8138 Dundalk Ave. Balto. Md 21222
 

Cop-parazzi
Cop-parazzi (singular: (m) Cop-parazzo Italian: [papaˈrattso] or (f) Cop-parazza) is an Italian term coined by an Irishman used to refer to photojournalists who specialize in candid photography of police, Law enforcement, security, and other protectors of the innocent from evil doers worldwide. Cop-parazzi tend to be independent , unaffiliated with any mainstream media organization, or Police Departments. Cop-parazzi photographers are often described as rocken rollen pixture taken or our heroes. others call it what it is, pure fun, being silly preserving and sharing the history of our Police force while it happens.

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My Wife has a Non-profit for Disabled Police (Maryland Adopt-a-Cop)
This was given to us after we spoke to have a property tax discount for disabled police in our state.
The Bill passed in 2008 and is being used by most counties in the state.

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