City officer, charged with pulling gun at bar, is fired

Move comes four days after 21-year-old officer charged with assault, resisting arrest

April 20, 2010

A 21-year-old Baltimore city police officer accused of pulling a gun during a dispute at a Windsor Mill bar was terminated by the agency Tuesday, police said. Jamar Lloyd Barnes, of Parkville, has been charged with pulling a gun on staff at Corinthian Lounge and Restaurant on Friday night and resisting arrest when confronted by Baltimore County police officers. City police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said Barnes, who was assigned to the Central District but was still in his probationary period as an officer, was terminated Tuesday afternoon.

Justin Fenton

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