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Police Press Release June 7, 2018

Eastern District

Armed Robbery / Arrest - Pasadena

On June 6, 2018 at 2:23 a.m., officers responded for an armed robbery at the Royal Farms located at 2500 Mountain Road in Pasadena. A male suspect entered the store, displayed a handgun and demanded money. The clerk complied and the suspect fled south on Mountain Road. Officers canvassed the area for suspects with the assistance of the K9 unit. An officer observed the suspect at Mountain Road and Edwin Raynor Blvd. The suspect attempted to flee, however was apprehended.


15 year old male

Laurel, MD


Community Relations Division

Citizens Police Academy - Millersville

The Citizens Police Academy provides Anne Arundel County residents, 21 years of age and older, an opportunity to learn about laws, police procedures, forensics, crime scene collections, resource management and more. Participants are provided an opportunity to demonstrate what they have learned through some hands-on practical applications.  Attendees will learn self-defense, arrest techniques, vehicle maneuvers, as well as learn about many other areas of the police department. You will also learn about how to improve the quality of life in your community by partnering with the police department.

The goal of the Anne Arundel County Police Citizens Police Academy is to build bridges between the communities we serve and their police department. We do this by offering an opportunity to gain a better understanding of the department and to develop a relationship with the community members through education and training. Chief Timothy Altomare and members of the Anne Arundel County Police Department believe the best way to protect yourself is through knowledge.

Community members are invited to come to various Anne Arundel County Police Department facilities to learn first-hand what a police officer does and why they do those things. The Citizens Police Academy allows community members to learn what resources are available to them through the Police Department.  It also allows the communities to bond with the department and form a “partnership.”  The Citizens’ Police Academy is 16 weeks (sessions) long. The sessions are held once a week for 3 hours on Thursdays during the course at various locations throughout the county.

The Citizens Police Academy will be held August 16th, 2018 – December 6th, 2018 on Thursday nights from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at various locations throughout Anne Arundel County. To register or obtain additional information, please contact: Corporal Jim Shiloh at [email protected] or 410.222.2446.

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