Our Wounded

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Baltimore Police History is a non-profit organization dedicated to honoring Baltimore's fallen and injured heroes. More than 160 officers have made the ultimate sacrifice for the City of Baltimore since 1784 We also have a growing list of injured officers, a list that may never be complete. We are honored to preserve their names, their stories and their memories by giving their friends, families, other officers, and citizens the opportunity to look back and remember them, or to get to know them, so we can all honor them and the sacrifices they made.

 

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Line of Duty InjuredAaron J. Stewart

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Alphonso Wright

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Alric Moore

Line of Duty Injured

Alvin Martin

Line of Duty Injured

Andrew Leso

Line of Duty Injured

Arthur E. Kennell, Jr.

Line of Duty Injured

Calvin G. Higdon

Line of Duty Injured

Calvin R. Mencken

Line of Duty Injured

Charles A. Walker

Line of Duty Injured

Charles Benjamin

Line of Duty Injured

Charles Mitchell

Line of Duty Injured

Charles P. Smith

Line of Duty Injured

Daniel J. Calhoun

Line of Duty Injured

David Garayoa

Line of Duty Injured

Donald E. Fisher

Line of Duty Injured

Donna Cooper Line of Duty Injured

Durwood Hood

Line of Duty Injured

Earl Carter

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Edward O'Byrne, Jr.

Line of Duty Injured

Charles P. Smith

Line of Duty InjuredDaniel J. Calhoun

Line of Duty InjuredDavid Garayoa

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Donald E. Fisher

Line of Duty InjuredErnell ThorntonLine of Duty InjuredEugene CassidyLine of Duty InjuredFrancis MillerLine of Duty InjuredFrank Lorah

Line of Duty InjuredFrederick Dickens

Line of Duty InjuredGary Lapchek

Line of Duty InjuredGene Cassidy

Line of Duty InjuredGlenn D. Hauze

Line of Duty InjuredJames Brennan

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James Clark

Line of Duty Injured

 James E. Young Jr

Line of Duty Injured

James L. McFillin

Line of Duty Injured

James Weglein

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Jerome Wilkins

Line of Duty Injured

John Burns

Line of Duty Injured

John F. Baker

Line of Duty Injured

John Heiderman

Line of Duty Injured

 John J. McNamera

Line of Duty Injured

John Swiec

Line of Duty Injured

Joseph B. Huffman

Line of Duty Injured

Joseph Dobrosielsky

Line of Duty Injured

Joseph E. Hlafka

Line of Duty Injured

Joseph Wolfe

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 Karen Brzowsky

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Kathleen Irwin

Line of Duty Injured

Kenneth Hayden

Line of Duty Injured

Kenny Driscoll

Line of Duty Injured

Kirby Croft

Line of Duty Injured

Lawrence Bennett

Line of Duty Injured

 Loretta Francis Lynn

Line of Duty Injured

Mac McKinley Johnson, Jr.

Line of Duty Injured

Martin Greiner

Line of Duty Injured

Marty Disney

Line of Duty Injured

Michael Cassizzi

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Michael Dunn

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Michael Herpel

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Neal C. Splain

Line of Duty Injured

Paul Coster

Line of Duty Injured

Paul Karaskavicz, Jr.

Line of Duty Injured

Ralph E. Greaves

Line of Duty Injured

Raymond Howard

Line of Duty Injured

Richard B. Mioduszewski Sr

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Richard Phillips

Line of Duty Injured

Ronald Tuefer

Line of Duty Injured

Stanley Sierakowski

Line of Duty Injured

Stephen Martin

Line of Duty Injured

Teresa Rigby-Menendez

Line of Duty Injured

 Terrance McLarney

Line of Duty Injured

Theodore Black

Line of Duty Injured

Theodore Staab

Line of Duty Injured

Thomas Dillon

Line of Duty Injured

Thomas E. Whalen

Line of Duty Injured

Thomas F. Hogan

Line of Duty Injured

Thomas Lewis

Line of Duty Injured

Thomas R. Cave

Line of Duty Injured

Timothy Wade

Line of Duty Injured

Wardell James

Line of Duty Injured

William Scott

Line of Duty Injured

William Surratt

 

 

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POLICE INFORMATION

Copies of: Your Baltimore Police Department Class Photo, Pictures of our Officers, Vehicles, Equipment, Newspaper Articles relating to our department and or officers, Old Departmental Newsletters, Lookouts, Wanted Posters, and or Brochures. Information on Deceased Officers and anything that may help Preserve the History and Proud Traditions of this agency. Please contact Retired Detective Kenny Driscoll.

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How to Dispose of Old Police Items

Please contact Det. Ret. Kenny Driscoll if you have any pictures of you or your family members and wish them remembered here on this tribute site to Honor the fine men and women who have served with Honor and Distinction at the Baltimore Police Department.

Anyone with information, photographs, memorabilia, or other "Baltimore City Police" items can contact Ret. Det. Kenny Driscoll at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. follow us on Twitter @BaltoPoliceHist or like us on Facebook or mail pics to 8138 Dundalk Ave. Baltimore Md. 21222

 

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