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By Del Quentin Wilber and Del Quentin Wilber,SUN STAFF | November 16, 2002
The badge of a Baltimore police officer deflected a bullet fired by an assailant last night during a struggle in a dark alley, leaving the officer slightly injured and sending police on an intense search for the attacker, authorities said. Officer James Howard was treated last night at Maryland Shock Trauma Center for bruises and minor injuries and released, officials said. The outcome could have been far worse. "He's very lucky," Police Commissioner Edward T. Norris said. "The badge is going in the police museum."
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NEWS
August 29, 2010
Pity the local police chief trying to stay neutral in an election season. His actions can be construed as an endorsement of a candidate — but then, so can a perceived failure to act. Take the case of Baltimore County Police Chief James W. Johnson. He recently wrote a letter to a council candidate to stop using an image of an official county police badge in his ads, and quickly got blasted by the candidate and his lawyer. Chief Johnson has warned his own officers about not reproducing the badge.
BUSINESS
Jay Hancock | January 28, 2012
Lion Brothers is outsourcing again. Unpaid child laborers will design one of the Owings Mills company's newest embroidered emblems. That's a good thing, in this case. If the factory of the future is about fast turnarounds on custom orders produced close to the customer, Lion Brothers' new Girl Scout badge is a small but telling indicator that U.S. manufacturers might have a place in the global economy after all. President Barack Obama's blueprint for reviving American factories should help retain and perhaps create manufacturing jobs at the margins.
NEWS
By TaNoah V. Sterling and TaNoah V. Sterling,Sun Staff Writer | May 17, 1994
Becky Dwojeski-Phipps was known as a silent hero to her family and co-workers, a person who never boasted about her accomplishments.But today, friends and family will remember her many achievements at a special memorial ceremony in Virginia for Drug Enforcement Administration employees killed in the line of duty.Mrs. Dwojeski-Phipps, who died in an accident last year, was a highly commended agent. She had worked on several major cases, including one of the largest documented cocaine smuggling operations in U.S. history and another investigation that led to the seizure of 7.7 tons of cocaine.
NEWS
By Tim Craig and Tim Craig,SUN STAFF | November 16, 2001
A baggage screener at Baltimore-Washington International Airport has been arrested and charged with impersonating a police officer after security officials discovered him wearing his wife's Baltimore County police badge. William Darnell Jackson Jr., 36, of the 500 block of Molly Court in Edgewood, was also charged with making false statements during questioning by officials about 9:50 p.m. Wednesday in the airport's international terminal, Pier E. Airport officials are trying to determine Jackson's motives.
NEWS
March 19, 2003
Harford County School Superintendent Jacqueline C. Haas has notified students and parents that all field trips to Washington, Philadelphia and New York City have been canceled until further notice because of the risk of war. In a letter to parents, Haas said that other field trips outside the county would be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. Schools have been reminded that anyone entering buildings must display a photo identification badge, employee identification or visitors badge. Vendors going into school buildings or offices must show company identification.
NEWS
By Bill Talbott and Bill Talbott,Staff Writer | November 19, 1993
A 19-year-old Westminster man was charged yesterday after he allegedly approached a group of children waiting for a school bus, flashed a badge and "arrested" them and ordered a 14-year-old girl to get into his car.Christopher Earl McDermott, of the 300 block of Fair Ave., was arrested within minutes of the 7:15 a.m. incident. A court commissioner ordered that he be held on $2,500 bond on charges of impersonating a police officer, possession of a deadly weapon, impersonating a U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission officer and theft of the badge.
SPORTS
By Jay Apperson | May 19, 1991
Beer cans were flying and an officer's badge was temporarily missing yesterday when a melee broke out in the front of a rock band's stage in the infield at Pimlico Race Course.Most of the 19 arrests and 38 ejections at yesterday's Preakness were linked to the altercation that broke out about 4:30 p.m. in front of the 98 Rock stage, said Dennis S. Hill, a city police spokesman.Officers could be heard on the police radio calling for reinforcements as people fought and threw beer cans.One officer reported that his badge had been pulled from his shirt.
NEWS
By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | March 13, 1997
A burglary suspect found sleeping in an Arnold neighborhood had an unusual assortment of items in his car, according to county police -- a police badge, a rubber mask, a rifle and some marijuana.Officer James McDermott found the man slumped over in the passenger seat of his Volkswagen shortly before 2 a.m. Monday on Harmony Avenue.The man had no identification, but he gave McDermott his name -- Peter Joseph Lally -- and the officer found that he was wanted by Baltimore County police on charges in a burglary Feb. 23 of Lally's uncle's Towson law office, police said.
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