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Police & Fire, Volunteers in the News
The Anne Arundel County Police Department awarded several department employees at a ceremony in Glen Burnie on Tuesday night.
Police & Fire
Police are asking residents between Hanover and Severn to keep an eye out for potential burglaries.
Anne Arundel County police announced the results of a three-day operation to apprehend citizens with outstanding warrants for violent crimes.
A traffic stop led to the seizure of cocaine at a Glen Burnie hotel Monday night.
Fire officials say an unattended water heating pot caused the accidental jail cell fire.
Anne Arundel County police say they connected the teenagers to at least four residential burglaries.
Government, Police & Fire
Members of the Anne Arundel County Police Department and local community shared their appreciation for Larry Tolliver, who is resigning after a second stretch as police chief.
Anne Arunel County police will accept unwanted guns at the Glen Burnie Improvement Association and Annapolis police will take guns at the department headquarters on May 11.
Anne Arundel County Police Chief Larry Tolliver announced his resignation Tuesday afternoon, in a letter that says the decision was not "stimulated" by negative claims about the department.
Police say a pair of men used a taxi cab in several thefts in Pasadena.
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