Crime, Police/Fire

Investigation into Baltimore County shooting spree continues

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Detectives from the Baltimore County Police Department are continuing to investigate the fatal shootings that occurred last week in Essex and Phoenix/Glen Arm. Investigators believe that on March 28, 2021, 27-year-old Joshua Green shot five people, killing four of them. According to family members, Green struggled with behavioral health issues. Green shot three people at the Royal Farms store …


Crime, Police/Fire

Baltimore County shooting spree leaves 4 dead, 1 injured

UPDATE 2: Police have provided additional information on this incident. UPDATE: A total of 5 individuals died in this incident, including the suspect who police say died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Original story below… —— BALTIMORE COUNTY, MD—Police have released details on a Sunday shooting spree that left 4 people dead and one person injured in Baltimore County. At …


Baltimore County Rec. & Parks to hold Spring Hop-A-Long on March 27

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Spring is in the air! The Baltimore County Department of Recreation and Parks will be holding a Spring Hop-A-Long on Saturday, March 27th. On the east side of the county, the event will be held 1 – 3 p.m. at Eastern Regional Park in Middle River. Face masks and social distancing will be required.  There will be drive-thru egg …

Baltimore County, BGE to bring electric vehicle charging stations to Perry Hall, Carney

NOTTINGHAM, MD—In the latest effort to promote sustainability, Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski and Baltimore Gas and Electric Company on Monday announced a partnership to install 28 electric vehicle charging stations on public sites across Baltimore County. “Expanding access to EV chargers in public locations across Baltimore County will be essential in supporting our long-term efforts to increase the number …

Baltimore County opens eastside COVID-19 vaccination center at CCBC

ROSEDALE, MD—Baltimore County has opened a third COVID-19 vaccination center at the Community College of Baltimore County – Essex campus.  The new clinic opened on Friday, February 26th. Fifth District Councilman David Marks recently pushed to have a vaccination center established on the east side of the county. “I have been supporting a nearby vaccination site, and am happy that …

Olszewski highlights partnership with United Way for innovative eviction prevention program

BALTIMORE COUNTY, MD—In the latest effort to strengthen the safety net for families suffering economic losses as a result of the pandemic, Baltimore County and United Way of Central Maryland have partnered to help prevent evictions in vulnerable communities through the Strategic Targeted Eviction Prevention (STEP) pilot program. The first-of-its-kind effort in Maryland, Baltimore County’s STEP pilot program provided $4 …

Nottingham man charged with illegal duck hunting

NOTTINGHAM, MD—The Maryland Natural Resources Police have charged five men with hunting waterfowl during the closed season. On February 13, officers responded to Good Intent Road in Union Bridge in reference to a complaint about hunters shooting at ducks. After investigating, police identified the men as Jeffrey Kreit Jr., 26, of White Hall; Brandon Kreit, 22, of Essex; Timothy McLaughlin, …

Baltimore County Police Department 2021 Polar Bear Plunge raises over $35,000 [VIDEO]

BALTIMORE COUNTY, MD—The Baltimore County Police Department raised over $35,000 by participating in the 2021 Polar Bear Plunge. The Polar Bear Plunge is part of Maryland’s history. For the past 25 years, thousands of plungers have jumped into the icy waters of the Chesapeake Bay all in support of Special Olympics Maryland. While officials originally had a different vision for …