Retired Sergeant Bernie Wehage

Monday, 01 July 2013 03:23 Written by  Published in Pride Read 150 times

Sergeant Bernie Wehage completed his service with the Baltimore police department, during which time e took photos, and saved documents that he knew would someday be important to our agencies historical records. For his dedication to service, and preservation of our department's fine history we are making one of this years, Baltimore City Police History Website Officer of the Year.

Retired Sergeant Bernie Wehage

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Retired Sergeant Bernie Wehage

1968 Bernie Wehage 72

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1966 Bernie Wehage 72

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1967 Bernie Wehage 72

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1969 Bernie Wehage 72

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1975 Bernie Wehage 72

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1967 Advice of rights side1 72

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1967 Advice of rights side2 72

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card

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Sergeant Bernie Wehage RETIRED ID Card

BPD IMG215 1 crop 72

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BPD IMG217 crop 2 72

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BPD Union Decal 72

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BPD Union Application card with union decal 72

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2248 Al Moog BPD 72

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Ed Moog

BPD Officer Frendly sticker 72

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call box locations

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1952 BPD Issue 72

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BPD Issued Espantoon

Call Box number locations lookouts nd nwd 1968 72

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December 1968 - ND - NWD

Call Box number locations lookouts WD 1969 72

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February 1969 - WD

Call Box number locations lookouts SD 1969 72

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March 1969 - SD

Cd Call box Location 1969 front 72

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June 1969 - Front - CD

Call Box number locations lookouts CD 1969 72

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June 1969 - back - WD - NWD

Court Game 1973 74 72

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Charley Brown 72

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Dan Caulk 72

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Lt Dan Caulk

Dan Caulk John Crofhan aka Fish 72

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Dan Caulk and John Crogan aka FISH

Ed Boston 72

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Lt Ed Boston

Badge Gun Hat Device 72

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Hat Device 409 72

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INK BPD 72

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Sgt Ned Schleig

James Crogan 72

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John Crogan aka FISH

Jess Baker 72

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Jess Baker

John Hall 72

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John Hall

John Schoff 72

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John Schoff

M Miller 72

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Melvin Miller

Odis Sis Trunk 72

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Odis Sistrunk 

Ollie Creig 72

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Ollie Craig

Willie Roster 72

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Willie Roster

SW Officer 72

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SE BPD 72

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Ed Mizijewski

SANTA ARN MUGSHOT 72

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Santa Clause

BPD 9966 72

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SE Truck 9966 Russell France

BPD UNK 72

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