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Woodlawn, Pikesville Precincts to Get 15 Academy Graduates

Baltimore County Police say that five officers of the 134th Academy Class will be assigned to Pikesville and 10 will go to Woodlawn.

More officers are coming to the Pikesville and Woodlawn precincts as the Baltimore County Police Department graduates its latest class on Tuesday.

The graduation ceremony will be held at 10 a.m. at CCBC-Dundalk, at the training academy, 7200 Sollers Point Road, Building G, according to a news release.

County Executive Kevin Kamenetz will speak to the class and will help Police Chief Jim Johnson hand out the diplomas.

Julie Ensor, county clerk of the court, will give the oath of office.

“These officers are ready, willing and able to hit the ground running,” Johnson said in a statement. “They join more than 1,900 dedicated sworn officers and professional staff in the always challenging work of fighting crime and keeping our citizens safe.”

New officers will train in the field with veteran officers, the release states.

From among the 24 graduates, five will be assigned to the Pikesville precinct, and 10 to the Woodlawn precinct, according to the release.

Their assignments are:

Precinct 2/Woodlawn

  • Officer Brian Dolan
  • Officer Eric Domineck Jr.
  • Officer Brian Gaddis
  • Officer John Hartley II
  • Officer Jesus Saucedo
  • Officer Ronald Surratt
  • Officer Jafar Taru
  • Officer Michael Woodlon
  • Officer Denise Yost
  • Officer Kawahn Young

Precinct 3/Franklin

  • Officer Joseph Grossman
  • Officer Matthew Myers

Precinct 4/Pikesville

  • Officer Akili Akridge
  • Officer Sharice Baker
  • Officer Sean Barbour
  • Officer Philip Crumbacker Sr.
  • Officer Austin Sailor

Precinct 6/Towson

  • Officer Andrew Hughes
  • Officer Cedrick Tanksley

Precinct 8/Parkville

  • Officer Joseph Coppola
  • Officer Brian Worobetz

Precinct 11/Essex

  • Officer Ryan Anderson
  • Officer Justin Taylor
  • Officer Thomas Wills

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