Welcoming community police liaison

February 18, 2005|By Audrey Goldberg

Deborah Gunn, who once lived in North Laurel and now resides in Woodbine, will be welcomed back to North Laurel as the new community police liaison with a reception at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Savage branch library, 9525 Durness Lane.

"The position [of community liason] is actually funded by the Horizon Foundation," said Pam Peseux, a member of the North Laurel Civic Association, explaining that Gunn is not a policewoman. "Her role is to facilitate people that have issues and need some assistance, and help them find the right person to talk to."

Gunn and North Laurel community police Pfc. Rocco Sovero will greet residents and answer questions at the reception. Sovero and Gunn will be based at the North Laurel community police office in the Whiskey Bottom Shopping Center on All Saints Road.

Gunn replaces Donna Thewes, who resigned last summer.

Information: Pam Peseux, 301-776-6509.

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