Last April, four Baltimore County Police detectives from the department’s Criminal Apprehension Support Team fired at a motorist in Dundalk, seriously injuring the 19-year-old driver. In January, one of those same four detectives shot and critically injured a 37-year-old man in White Marsh during an attempted arrest, after police said the driver tried to escape and hit an unmarked department vehicle. Neither shooting was recorded by officers’ body-worn cameras, because members of the Criminal Apprehension Support Team have yet to receive them from the department.
Hundreds of Baltimore County officers still lack body cameras, including one who fired a gun in two shootings
February 21, 2023