Bel Air Crime
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Recent Crime News
Thursday Nov 19 | via The Baltimore Sun
Police are looking for an Aberdeen man who, working with a woman accomplice, has allegedly been targeting elderly people who have large amounts of jewelry, medications and cash and robbing them in their homes in Harford and Baltimore counties. Among the pair's alleged victims was an elderly Bel Air couple who were allegedly held at gunpoint last week while their valuables were stolen, according to police. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 17 | via Stars and Stripes
A former Air National Guard colonel who stole between $30,000 and $70,000 from the Air Force will spend three years on probation including one year on home confinement, a federal judge ruled Tuesday. Gerard J. Mangis, 61, of Shaler pleaded guilty in July to conspiring to defraud the government. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 17 | via New Jersey Herald
A retired vice commander of an Air National Guard unit at Pittsburgh International Airport will spend three years on probation, including a year on house arrest, for creating a no-show military job for a civilian contractor. The retired colonel, Gerard Mangis, 61, of Shaler, was spared at least two years' prisons sought by federal prosecutors because of his otherwise "exemplary life," a judge ruled. Comment?
Saturday Nov 14 | via The Baltimore Sun
Joseph Peters, a corporal with the Harford County Sheriff's Office, says officers have to be more vigilant and alert even when doing even something as seemingly simple as fueling their patrol vehicles. Joseph Peters, a corporal with the Harford County Sheriff's Office, says officers have to be more vigilant and alert even when doing even something as seemingly simple as fueling their patrol vehicles. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 11 | via The Baltimore Sun
Following the recent deadly shooting at an Oregon community college last month and a growing number of similar incidents of on-campus violence in the Unites States, Harford Community College President Dennis Golladay says safety is a top priority for his institution. To that end, Christopher Swain, HCC's new director of public safety, and Rick Johnson, vice president for finance and operations, briefed the college's Board of Trustees Tuesday evening on the makeup of the college's Department of Public Safety, its officers' duties and the multiple services provided to students, faculty, staff and visitors at all HCC facilities. Comment?
Monday Nov 9 | via The Baltimore Sun
Deemed by the Maryland Department of Parole and Probation to be a "high risk" of re-offending, David Corn Jr., who was a defendant in a highly publicized rape case in Bel Air, could have to undergo sex offender treatment - or other mental health treatment - if determined to be necessary by a mental health expert. A mental health evaluation and possible treatment were added as conditions of Corn's probation Monday by Harford County Circuit Judge M. Elizabeth Bowen. Comment?
Monday Nov 9 | via The Baltimore Sun
The Bel Air parking garage rape case came to an end Tuesday when one of the alleged assailants pleaded guilty to second-degree assault and entered an Alford plea to a second-degree sex offense. The Bel Air parking garage rape case came to an end Tuesday when one of the alleged assailants pleaded guilty to second-degree assault and entered an Alford plea to a second-degree sex offense. Comment?
Friday Oct 30 | via Patch.com
The days of stealing Power Wheels and other "toys" may be numbered for one suspect in an alleged theft ring. The Bel Air Police Department has a warrant for a Baltimore woman in connection with major thefts from the Bel Air Toys R Us and HH Gregg that were reported over the summer, the department announced Friday. Comment?
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