Bel Air Crime
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Recent Crime News
Monday Jul 20 | via The Baltimore Sun
Bel Air Police and Harford County Sheriff's deputies check out a car allegedly involved in a strong-arm robbery of a woman's purse in Bel Air Wednesday morning. Bel Air Police and Harford County Sheriff's deputies check out a car allegedly involved in a strong-arm robbery of a woman's purse in Bel Air Wednesday morning. Comment?
Friday Jul 17 | via Patch.com
The Bel Air Police Department is seeking information about a series of crimes in which the suspects used a U-Haul as their getaway vehicle. More than $10,000 in merchandise was stolen from HH Gregg and Toys R Us in the Tollgate Marketplace between July 11 and July 16, according to Detective Sergeant Jim Lockard of the Bel Air Police Department. Comment?
Thursday Jul 2 | via The Baltimore Sun
Harford County Sheriff's Office deputies were deployed to Baltimore during the recent riots and civil unrest. On Tuesday, County Councilman Jim McMahan blasted critics of the police and said losses of officers in the line of duty "can't be tolerated." 1 comment
Wednesday Jul 1 | via HistoryNet
After the tragic events of April 1865, the New York Tribune printed a rumor that the local residents around Bel Air, Md., could easily believe: Abraham Lincoln was probably not the first man John Wilkes Booth ever killed. During the war, a small band of Unionists had camped not far from the Booth family home in Bel AirA -a small town in Harford County, east of Baltimore-which the family had named Tudor Hall. Comment?
Jun 27, 2015 | via Patch.com
June 26, 1920: Town of Bel Air Bailiff George Oliver Noonan was fatally injured while making an arrest on Main Street in the area of "Mr. Warren's Store." Officer Noonan suffered injuries during the arrest of Billie Trundle that lead to Noonan's death on June 28 or 29, 1920. Comment?
Jun 25, 2015 | via The Washington Post
MAY 01: Officers stand guard during protests over the death of Freddie Gray in Baltimore, Md. on Friday May 01, 2015. Comment?
Jun 24, 2015 | via Patch.com
A woman died after a fall from the Hickory Avenue parking garage in Bel Air Wednesday morning, according to police. At 9:56 a.m., officials were notified that a woman was in trauma arrest in front of the garage at 16 Hickory Avenue, the Bel Air Police Department reported. Comment?
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