Baltimore County policeman charged with misconduct in office

April 25, 2013|By Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun

A Baltimore County police officer was arrested on a warrant Thursday and charged with malfeasance in office, though details on what led to his arrest were not immediately available.

Aaron Pross, 29, a county policeman hired in 2007, posted bond and was released Thursday, according to court records. Attempts to reach him for comment were unsuccessful, and he had no attorney listed in court records.

Lt. Rob McCullough, a spokesman for the department, said Pross' police powers have been suspended.

Pross, who lives in Delaware, had a salary of about $54,000 in 2010, according to records. He is due in District Court in Towson in September.

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