Aberdeen Police Department

Aberdeen Police Department The City of Aberdeen is located approx. 30-miles north of Baltimore, MD along the I-95 corridor. NOTICE: If you have an emergency call 911 or 410.272.2121.
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NOTICE: The City of Aberdeen provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. The Aber

NOTICE: The City of Aberdeen provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. The Aber

Operating as usual

School Resource Officers are the face of community policing. Working hand in hand with school administrators, teachers, ...
07/13/2021

School Resource Officers are the face of community policing. Working hand in hand with school administrators, teachers, parents and more importantly our students.

We are proud to announce that Cpl. Jason Neidig received the National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO) Region 2 (DC, KY, OH, MD, VA, WV) Exceptional Service Award for his dedication, motivation and commitment to Aberdeen Middle School/Harford County Public Schools.

Exceptional Service Awards are presented to those individuals for continuous and sustained service to the school community above and beyond that expected of a normal SRO or school staff member.

Cpl. Neidig is attending the Annual NASRO Conference in Florida with over 1,200 resource officers including three from the Harford County Sheriff's Office.

While at the conference, Cpl. Neidig is taking a 24 hour course on SRO Management. #nasro2021 #safeschools #mentoring #committed

APG daytime and nighttime testing includes waterway closures  ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. - APG has daytime and nightti...
07/13/2021

APG daytime and nighttime testing includes waterway closures


ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. - APG has daytime and nighttime firing scheduled for July 12, 2021, approximately 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., July 13 from 8:30 a.m. to 11:59 p.m., and July 14-16 from 7:30 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. Noise may be heard in some areas off the installation.

A portion of APG restricted waterways are scheduled to be closed to recreational traffic, including from Bush River buoy number 5 to the APG reservation line in the Chesapeake Bay. U.S. Army patrol boats will grant periodic breaks for transit traffic in and out of the Bush River area. The patrols can be contacted on VHF Marine Band Radio Channel 68 for more information during closures.

These operations are not hazardous to residents in our surrounding communities and are integral to ensuring continued readiness of service members.

Organizations on APG take every measure to mitigate instances when training or testing becomes problematic to residents off the installation. To ensure we minimize the impact to our neighbors, we monitor the weather and the noise readings continuously throughout each day. APG leadership takes noise complaints very seriously and wants to provide as much transparency as possible to the surrounding communities without compromising the security of the missions conducted here.

If, at any time, anyone in the surrounding communities is concerned about testing at Aberdeen Proving Ground, they are encouraged to contact the installation at 410-278-4415.

APG daytime and nighttime testing includes waterway closures


ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. - APG has daytime and nighttime firing scheduled for July 12, 2021, approximately 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., July 13 from 8:30 a.m. to 11:59 p.m., and July 14-16 from 7:30 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. Noise may be heard in some areas off the installation.

A portion of APG restricted waterways are scheduled to be closed to recreational traffic, including from Bush River buoy number 5 to the APG reservation line in the Chesapeake Bay. U.S. Army patrol boats will grant periodic breaks for transit traffic in and out of the Bush River area. The patrols can be contacted on VHF Marine Band Radio Channel 68 for more information during closures.

These operations are not hazardous to residents in our surrounding communities and are integral to ensuring continued readiness of service members.

Organizations on APG take every measure to mitigate instances when training or testing becomes problematic to residents off the installation. To ensure we minimize the impact to our neighbors, we monitor the weather and the noise readings continuously throughout each day. APG leadership takes noise complaints very seriously and wants to provide as much transparency as possible to the surrounding communities without compromising the security of the missions conducted here.

If, at any time, anyone in the surrounding communities is concerned about testing at Aberdeen Proving Ground, they are encouraged to contact the installation at 410-278-4415.

IDENTIFCATION REQUEST | These two persons are alleged to have stole a purse right out of a shopping cart.  Who are they?...
07/13/2021

IDENTIFCATION REQUEST | These two persons are alleged to have stole a purse right out of a shopping cart. Who are they? If you know, please contact Officer Creed at (410) 272-2121 or [email protected]. Thank you. #HarfordNews #Theft

IDENTIFCATION REQUEST | These two persons are alleged to have stole a purse right out of a shopping cart. Who are they? If you know, please contact Officer Creed at (410) 272-2121 or [email protected]. Thank you. #HarfordNews #Theft

The Aberdeen Police Department Blessing Box has re-opened for donations!Suggested Summertime Donations:  - Hygiene suppl...
07/12/2021

The Aberdeen Police Department Blessing Box has re-opened for donations!

Suggested Summertime Donations:
- Hygiene supplies (soap, body wash, shampoo, deodorant, razors, toothpaste, toothbrushes, feminine products, nail clippers, hair ties, etc.)
- New or like new clothing in adult sizes.
- New socks and underwear.
- Non-perishable food and snacks.
- Water & sports drinks.
- Portable water bottle misters & cooling towels.
- Baby bottles, baby food, diapers & baby wipes.

Original Media Release:
APD Opens Blessing Box to Help the Community
Aberdeen Police Department
60 N. Parke St, Aberdeen, MD 21001
410-272-2121 Fax 410-272-6632
Media Release: January 02, 2020, 9:30 a.m.
Aberdeen, MD – The Aberdeen Police Department has a new “Blessing Box” at the police station that will help those in need.
Located in the lobby of the police station, the APD’s Blessing Box is accessible 24/7, and was created as a place where people can leave donated goods for others to pick up anonymously- everything from non-perishable food to personal care items.
The Blessing Box was the idea of Officer Cory Lightner. After proposing the idea to his patrol sergeant, it was decided the shift would pitch in and purchase the necessary supplies to build and paint the box together. After completing the Blessing Box, Sergeant Rick Clark unveiled the box at a monthly staff meeting with the saying, “Take What You Need, Leave What You Can.” Chief Trabert was very impressed with the idea and immediately approved the placement of the Blessing Box in station’s lobby.
The Aberdeen Police Department encourages individuals, community groups, or businesses to drop off items that may fill an immediate need of one of our neighbors. The library and Festival Park attract lots of children to the area of the station. Snacks and other food items will be available to those kids who might need some food or a drink.
Prepared By: Lt. C. William Reiber

The Aberdeen Police Department Blessing Box has re-opened for donations!

Suggested Summertime Donations:
- Hygiene supplies (soap, body wash, shampoo, deodorant, razors, toothpaste, toothbrushes, feminine products, nail clippers, hair ties, etc.)
- New or like new clothing in adult sizes.
- New socks and underwear.
- Non-perishable food and snacks.
- Water & sports drinks.
- Portable water bottle misters & cooling towels.
- Baby bottles, baby food, diapers & baby wipes.

Original Media Release:
APD Opens Blessing Box to Help the Community
Aberdeen Police Department
60 N. Parke St, Aberdeen, MD 21001
410-272-2121 Fax 410-272-6632
Media Release: January 02, 2020, 9:30 a.m.
Aberdeen, MD – The Aberdeen Police Department has a new “Blessing Box” at the police station that will help those in need.
Located in the lobby of the police station, the APD’s Blessing Box is accessible 24/7, and was created as a place where people can leave donated goods for others to pick up anonymously- everything from non-perishable food to personal care items.
The Blessing Box was the idea of Officer Cory Lightner. After proposing the idea to his patrol sergeant, it was decided the shift would pitch in and purchase the necessary supplies to build and paint the box together. After completing the Blessing Box, Sergeant Rick Clark unveiled the box at a monthly staff meeting with the saying, “Take What You Need, Leave What You Can.” Chief Trabert was very impressed with the idea and immediately approved the placement of the Blessing Box in station’s lobby.
The Aberdeen Police Department encourages individuals, community groups, or businesses to drop off items that may fill an immediate need of one of our neighbors. The library and Festival Park attract lots of children to the area of the station. Snacks and other food items will be available to those kids who might need some food or a drink.
Prepared By: Lt. C. William Reiber

ID REQUEST!   This person is alleged to have assaulted a store clerk.  Know him? #HarfordNews #Assault #NotNice
07/06/2021

ID REQUEST! This person is alleged to have assaulted a store clerk. Know him? #HarfordNews #Assault #NotNice

ID REQUEST! This person is alleged to have assaulted a store clerk. Know him? #HarfordNews #Assault #NotNice

ID REQUEST!  This person is alleged to have picked up a cell phone that did not belong to him.  Now, he won't return it....
07/06/2021

ID REQUEST! This person is alleged to have picked up a cell phone that did not belong to him. Now, he won't return it. Help us ID this man and get the property back to the rightful owner. #HarfordNews #Theft #NotYours

ID REQUEST! This person is alleged to have picked up a cell phone that did not belong to him. Now, he won't return it. Help us ID this man and get the property back to the rightful owner. #HarfordNews #Theft #NotYours

UPDATE:  IDENTIFIED.  THANK YOU FOR YOUR ASSISTANCE. Wawa Theft Suspect - Know who she is?  Call Ofc Giganti at 410-272-...
07/06/2021

UPDATE: IDENTIFIED. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ASSISTANCE.
Wawa Theft Suspect -
Know who she is? Call Ofc Giganti at 410-272-2121 or send us a DM. All tips are confidential. #AberdeenPDMD #TheftSuspect #Wawa

UPDATE: IDENTIFIED. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ASSISTANCE.
Wawa Theft Suspect -
Know who she is? Call Ofc Giganti at 410-272-2121 or send us a DM. All tips are confidential. #AberdeenPDMD #TheftSuspect #Wawa

Happy 4th of July!  FIREWORKS notice at approximately 9:00 PM tonight from Leidos Field at Ripken Stadium.
07/04/2021

Happy 4th of July! FIREWORKS notice at approximately 9:00 PM tonight from Leidos Field at Ripken Stadium.

Happy 4th of July! FIREWORKS notice at approximately 9:00 PM tonight from Leidos Field at Ripken Stadium.

HAPPY 4TH OF JULY, ABERDEEN!For nearly 250 years, the country has been celebrating a day in history that inspires us sti...
07/04/2021

HAPPY 4TH OF JULY, ABERDEEN!

For nearly 250 years, the country has been celebrating a day in history that inspires us still today. On July 4th, communities host speeches and ceremonies across the nation. Across the country, people crowd cities for parades and festivals. Cities deck the streets in red, white, and blue bunting and flags.

Families and friends also gather for some of the most mouthwatering food – large picnics and barbecues, local fairs provide a taste of culture and mom’s home cooking, too. With so many converging on their hometowns, family and school reunions take place.
- National Day History Calendar

#IndependenceDay #July4th #4thOfJuly #FourthOfJuly

HAPPY 4TH OF JULY, ABERDEEN!

For nearly 250 years, the country has been celebrating a day in history that inspires us still today. On July 4th, communities host speeches and ceremonies across the nation. Across the country, people crowd cities for parades and festivals. Cities deck the streets in red, white, and blue bunting and flags.

Families and friends also gather for some of the most mouthwatering food – large picnics and barbecues, local fairs provide a taste of culture and mom’s home cooking, too. With so many converging on their hometowns, family and school reunions take place.
- National Day History Calendar

#IndependenceDay #July4th #4thOfJuly #FourthOfJuly

It's the 4th of July Weekend.  Happy 4th of July, Aberdeen.As drivers take to the road during the Independence Day holid...
07/03/2021

It's the 4th of July Weekend. Happy 4th of July, Aberdeen.

As drivers take to the road during the Independence Day holiday, MDOT MVA reminds drivers to be patient, leave extra time and expect congestion as pre-pandemic levels of traffic are anticipated. To plan ahead, visit www.md511.org for traffic information or connect to 511 from a hands-free mobile device.

Learn more about the MDOT MVA’s Highway Safety Office’s commitment to zero deaths on Maryland roadways at ZeroDeathsMD.gov and on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at zerodeathsmd.

#harfordnews #arrivealive #zerodeathsmd

It's the 4th of July Weekend. Happy 4th of July, Aberdeen.

As drivers take to the road during the Independence Day holiday, MDOT MVA reminds drivers to be patient, leave extra time and expect congestion as pre-pandemic levels of traffic are anticipated. To plan ahead, visit www.md511.org for traffic information or connect to 511 from a hands-free mobile device.

Learn more about the MDOT MVA’s Highway Safety Office’s commitment to zero deaths on Maryland roadways at ZeroDeathsMD.gov and on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at zerodeathsmd.

#harfordnews #arrivealive #zerodeathsmd

FIREWORKS notice from Leidos Field at Ripken Stadium following the Aberdeen IronBirds @aberdeenironbirds game.  Time fro...
07/03/2021

FIREWORKS notice from Leidos Field at Ripken Stadium following the Aberdeen IronBirds @aberdeenironbirds game. Time from 9:00 PM / 10:00 PM.

FIREWORKS notice from Leidos Field at Ripken Stadium following the Aberdeen IronBirds @aberdeenironbirds game. Time from 9:00 PM / 10:00 PM.

Happy 4th of July, Aberdeen!   As drivers take to the road during the Independence Day holiday, MDOT MVA reminds drivers...
07/03/2021

Happy 4th of July, Aberdeen!

As drivers take to the road during the Independence Day holiday, MDOT MVA reminds drivers to be patient, leave extra time and expect congestion as pre-pandemic levels of traffic are anticipated. To plan ahead, visit www.md511.org for traffic information or connect to 511 from a hands-free mobile device.

Learn more about the MDOT MVA’s Highway Safety Office’s commitment to zero deaths on Maryland roadways at ZeroDeathsMD.gov and on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at zerodeathsmd.

#harfordnews #arrivealive #zerodeathsmd

Happy 4th of July, Aberdeen!

As drivers take to the road during the Independence Day holiday, MDOT MVA reminds drivers to be patient, leave extra time and expect congestion as pre-pandemic levels of traffic are anticipated. To plan ahead, visit www.md511.org for traffic information or connect to 511 from a hands-free mobile device.

Learn more about the MDOT MVA’s Highway Safety Office’s commitment to zero deaths on Maryland roadways at ZeroDeathsMD.gov and on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at zerodeathsmd.

#harfordnews #arrivealive #zerodeathsmd

As drivers take to the road during the Independence Day holiday, MDOT MVA reminds drivers to be patient, leave extra tim...
07/02/2021

As drivers take to the road during the Independence Day holiday, MDOT MVA reminds drivers to be patient, leave extra time and expect congestion as pre-pandemic levels of traffic are anticipated. To plan ahead, visit www.md511.org for traffic information or connect to 511 from a hands-free mobile device.

Learn more about the MDOT MVA’s Highway Safety Office’s commitment to zero deaths on Maryland roadways at ZeroDeathsMD.gov and on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at zerodeathsmd.

#zerodeathsmd #arrivealive

As drivers take to the road during the Independence Day holiday, MDOT MVA reminds drivers to be patient, leave extra time and expect congestion as pre-pandemic levels of traffic are anticipated. To plan ahead, visit www.md511.org for traffic information or connect to 511 from a hands-free mobile device.

Learn more about the MDOT MVA’s Highway Safety Office’s commitment to zero deaths on Maryland roadways at ZeroDeathsMD.gov and on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at zerodeathsmd.

#zerodeathsmd #arrivealive

As drivers take to the road during the Independence Day holiday, MDOT MVA reminds drivers to be patient, leave extra tim...
07/02/2021

As drivers take to the road during the Independence Day holiday, MDOT MVA reminds drivers to be patient, leave extra time and expect congestion as pre-pandemic levels of traffic are anticipated. To plan ahead, visit www.md511.org for traffic information or connect to 511 from a hands-free mobile device.

Learn more about the MDOT MVA’s Highway Safety Office’s commitment to zero deaths on Maryland roadways at ZeroDeathsMD.gov and on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at zerodeathsmd.

#zerodeathsmd #arrivealive

As drivers take to the road during the Independence Day holiday, MDOT MVA reminds drivers to be patient, leave extra time and expect congestion as pre-pandemic levels of traffic are anticipated. To plan ahead, visit www.md511.org for traffic information or connect to 511 from a hands-free mobile device.

Learn more about the MDOT MVA’s Highway Safety Office’s commitment to zero deaths on Maryland roadways at ZeroDeathsMD.gov and on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at zerodeathsmd.

#zerodeathsmd #arrivealive

07/01/2021

MDOT MVA, law enforcement warn motorists of impaired driving risk during holiday weekend

JESSUP, MD (June 30, 2021) – The Maryland Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Administration (MDOT MVA) and law enforcement officials are reminding motorists to stay safe this holiday weekend by designating a sober ride home. At an event Wednesday at the Maryland State Police (MSP) barrack in Howard County, officials offered a warning that the State Police Impaired Driving Reduction Effort – or SPIDRE – team will be out in force to take impaired drivers off the road.

“We have so much to celebrate, and we want all motorists to Keep Summer Alive by driving sober or planning a sober ride home – this weekend and the entire summer,” said MDOT MVA Administrator Chrissy Nizer, who also serves as Governor Larry Hogan’s Highway Safety Representative. “Year after year, the Fourth of July holiday is one of the deadliest weekends of the year, but it doesn’t have to be. Buckle up, slow down, put the phone away, look out for pedestrians, bicyclists and motorcyclists, and always drive sober.”

Formed in 2013, SPIDRE is a specially trained team of five troopers who work in targeted areas in the Baltimore and Washington metropolitan area where impaired driving is a leading cause of death and injury. Team members train other state police troopers and local law enforcement officers, and partner with local police departments and agencies to reduce alcohol related crashes throughout Maryland. MSP and MDOT MVA’s Highway Safety Office provide funding for this effort. Since its inception, SPIDRE has been responsible for more than 3,600 arrests for suspected driving under the influence.

"There are far too many options available to circumvent a tragic incident from occurring," said Lieutenant Colonel Roland L. Butler, Jr., Chief of Maryland State Police Field Operations Bureau. "It is critical that we continue to increase awareness of the consequences of drunk driving, as we work to increase the odds of getting caught."

Administrator Nizer and Lt. Col. Butler were joined at the MSP barrack by Laura Murphy, who shared the story of how impaired driving affected her family. Murphy’s 12-year-old nephew, Matthew, was hit and killed by a drug impaired driver in April 2018 while walking on a sidewalk with his mother and younger brother. Since then, Murphy has volunteered with Mothers Against Drunk Driver to carry on Matthew’s memory and encourage drivers to make safer choices to prevent impaired driving crashes.

Between 2015 and 2019, more than 800 people died and more than 15,600 were injured in drug- and/or alcohol-involved crashes in Maryland. Last year, 574 fatalities occurred on Maryland roadways, an increase of 6.4% compared to 2019 even though traffic volumes were down as much as 50% during portions of 2020 at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. Data show traffic volumes returning; in recent weeks volumes have been down about 10% compared to pre-pandemic levels.

Since the start of the pandemic, initial police reports show increased speed, instances of impairment and lower seat belt use as the most common contributing factors in motor vehicle fatalities. In addition to the SPIDRE team, impaired driving enforcement has occurred this year with state and local law enforcement agencies. Between January and May, law enforcement agencies have arrested more than 6,400 impaired drivers – 850 more compared to the same time last year.

Besides the risk of causing injury or death, driving under the influence or while intoxicated may result in an arrest, jail time, extensive legal costs and fines. Under the 2016 implementation of Noah’s Law, drivers convicted of DUI are also required to participate in Maryland’s Ignition Interlock Program.

While the SPIDRE team and allied law enforcement partners will monitor roads for impaired drivers this holiday weekend, officials also warn pedestrians of the potential impact of impairment. Analysis of pedestrian fatalities has revealed an increasing number of pedestrians struck by vehicles have alcohol or drugs in their system at the time of the crash. In addition to avoiding impairment, pedestrians are reminded of the following rules of the road:

- Use sidewalks and marked crosswalks whenever possible.
- Press the pedestrian signal button and wait for the walk signal.
- Always stop at the curb and look left, right and left before crossing a street.
- Watch for cars turning in or leaving driveways.
- Wear light or bright colored clothing, especially if out walking after dusk.
- Pay attention and take off headphones while walking no texting or playing games.
- Walk, don't run across the street.

#ZeroDeathsMaryland #Sober #ArriveAlive

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60 N Parke St
Aberdeen, MD
21001

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NOTICE: The City of Aberdeen provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. The Aberdeen Police Department (Maryland, USA) website, Facebook, and Twitter are not monitored 24 hours a day. We DO NOT take police reports through our website, our Facebook, or our Twitter. All police reports are handled through our office/dispatch center; (410) 272-2121. Please understand that if you have an emergency you should call 9-1-1. For NON-EMERGENCY you should call (410) 272-2121 All website contact submissions will be directed to the appropriate command staff personnel based on the nature of the subject within 24 hours of receiving said submission. _______________ TERMS OF USE: We reserve the right to hide or delete comments and to ban user's of this page for inappropriate content such as foul language, threats to another, racist or racially charged remarks and non-factual information. We ask all comments be relevant to the post you are commenting on. If you notice a violation of these Terms of Use, please inbox us a private message directing us to the violation.

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The Town of Aberdeen was incorporated by an Act of the General Assembly in 1892. The Act provided for the election of five Commissioners who would enact ordinances necessary for the governance of the Town, which at its inception numbered about 700 people. The powers of the Commissioners were particularly enumerated under the Act, including the provision for the appointment of a town clerk and bailiff.

The Bailiff provided the police function for the Town. Apparently there had been some provision for law enforcement prior the incorporation of the Town because a jail, known as “The Dungeon” had been erected previously at the corner of Howard Street and Walnut Alley. It was a two cell affair constructed of stone; it stood to the rear of what became the Town Hall.

The position of Bailiff remained a fixture in the Town through the late nineteenth century. The position was held by the following individuals: Charles Thompson, Frank Doyle, John Temple, Charlie Shears, John Bowman and Mack Bowman. The title of Bailiff evolved into that of Chief of Police. In a photograph dated “about 1900” John Temple is identified as Chief of Police. Appointed in 1919, James B. “Ben” Ray became one of the longest serving police chiefs in America, retiring in 1965. Ben was something of a character. In the 1950’s and ‘60’s it was not uncommon to see him “walking his beat” in uniform Bermuda shorts, knee high black socks and carrying a swagger stick.

In 1936 the Town erected a stone building at the corner of W. Bel Air Avenue and Philadelphia Boulevard (Rt. 40), its original purpose was to serve as a comfort station for travelers. Apparently the Town fathers realized that the building was being under utilized and moved the Town offices and the Police Department there. The old jail was abandoned in 1948 when new cell and court space was made available in the rear of the firehouse located at W. Bel Air Avenue and Parke Street. The Police Department took over the remainder of that building when the fire department constructed a larger facility at Rogers and Franklin Streets in 1973.

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Is there anything that can be done about old Philadelphia rd and the 18 wheels blocking the whole road and for the 3 time in 2 weeks blocking the road to our houses? Right now it is blocked all the way from Amazon to Pulaski highway
I would like to thank the Aberdeen PD and other LE agencies involved for their hard work involving yesterday's incident. This HMH nurse is grateful for you all. Thank you 💙💙
need to do something about all Amazon trucks lining on travel part of road ,both sides of entrance . came by a bit ago counted 9 tractor and trailers with more pulling up ..
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Calling all Aberdeen high Senior and parents. Since HCPS won't allow the schools to host prom for the seniors, a group of parents decided to step up and are planning a Aberdeen c/o 2021 Gala for the seniors. Just about every school in the county has a group of parents who are coordinating a Prom/Gala for these kids. So much has already been taken away from these seniors and they deserve to have some fun! We currently have tickets available for sale the event is May 1st at the Arena Club. This is 100% a parent sponsored Senior Gala is open to ticket sales. In order for this event to happen for those students we need to sell tickets. Please reach out to Jenny Ann B***r for your tickets a Covid waivers. For details follow Aberdeen High C/O 2021 Gala We are also asking for any parent who can help with decorations, raise awareness, raise funds, purchase tickets for their kids. Also there is a link for Amazon to help cover the cost of decorations. Along with a Gofundme page. Every little bit helps to make this a memorable year for the seniors that have lost just about everything.
I ask that our police and military to uphold your oath to defend the Constitution and not let yourselves be used as gestapo. the rights you save will be your own in the end. Biden, Harris, Pelosi, Schumer, and the rest of you anti-constitution progressives, You know the 2nd Amendment was written to stop the likes of you all. This is why is it so important that you remove it. Do you really think that making thousands of American citizens criminals by the use of a pen alone to sign a unconstitutional bill or executive order would be Constitutional. Civil disobedience would become the rule. Add to that the fact that anyone attempting to/or killing another person with any weapon or fist or foot has already broken any number of laws meant to stop them. So how do more laws that only come into effect after the fact going to help? Lets be clear, hasn’t any person that has committed murder or attempted murder IN FACT BROKEN THE LAWS that ALREADY EXIST! So what will more gun laws do? Please explain this to me, because I find it highly illogical. Maybe we should outlaw hate and anger. It would probably work just as well as all these other laws. If you want to fix the problem of people that do not obey any laws (laws against murder would work if they did) killing unarmed law abiding citizens and police, remove all the non-working infringements and give us back our Constitutional carry. ( no license or fees) And stop blowing smoke up our A$$ by telling us that more laws will work. We have a federal back ground check system in place to buy it and training should be free for those that have not served. Truth & Logic, Like and Share "For Americans Only".
I ask that our police and military to uphold your oath to defend the Constitution and not let yourselves be used as gestapo. the rights you save will be your own in the end. Biden, Harris, Pelosi, Schumer, and the rest of you anti-constitution progressives, You know the 2nd Amendment was written to stop the likes of you all. This is why is it so important that you remove it. Do you really think that making thousands of American citizens criminals by the use of a pen alone to sign a unconstitutional bill or executive order would be Constitutional. Civil disobedience would become the rule. Add to that the fact that anyone attempting to/or killing another person with any weapon or fist or foot has already broken any number of laws meant to stop them. So how do more laws that only come into effect after the fact going to help? Lets be clear, hasn’t any person that has committed murder or attempted murder IN FACT BROKEN THE LAWS that ALREADY EXIST! So what will more gun laws do? Please explain this to me, because I find it highly illogical. Maybe we should outlaw hate and anger. It would probably work just as well as all these other laws. If you want to fix the problem of people that do not obey any laws (laws against murder would work if they did) killing unarmed law abiding citizens and police, remove all the non-working infringements and give us back our Constitutional carry. ( no license or fees) And stop blowing smoke up our A$$ by telling us that more laws will work. We have a federal back ground check system in place to buy it and training should be free for those that have not served. Truth & Logic, Like and Share "For Americans Only".
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I think you should take this woman's report seriously. At least document it. "The woman asked if he could at least document that she had visited and tried to report the note, in case something happened. The officer said no."
How many domestic terrorists are in the Aberdeen PD?
Just read the article in WaPo. Seems pretty clear that the police chief has a couple of white supremacists in his family and that Aberdeen and its police department think it's okay to delete all commentary to that effect. What's going on there? Perhaps the police chief needs to take his sons behind the woodshed for a good old fashion punishment. Of course if one of the them breached the Capitol then its a prison stint that is called for.
Aberdeen police is as corrupt as Baltimore city police 😂😂😂