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1858/59 - Southeastern District History - 1958/59 - The Southeastern District is the youngest of all of our districts, it was first built in 1958/59 at its present location of 5710 Eastern Ave. The Southeast District is one of the most culturally diverse districts in the city. It borders the Central, Northeastern, and Eastern Districts. Well-known for its many tourist attractions and businesses, the Southeastern District includes Fells Point, Little Italy, Canton, Highland town, Butchers Hill, and Greek town, to name a few of the district's many great neighborhoods.

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Southeast District

Street Address:

5710 Eastern Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21224

Mailing Address:

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Phone:

410-396-2422

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1858/59 - Southeastern District History - 
1958/59 - The Southeastern District is the youngest of all of our districts, it was first built in 1958/59 at its present location of 5710 Eastern Ave

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The Southeast District is one of the most culturally diverse districts in the city. It borders the Central, Northeastern, and Eastern Districts. Well-known for its many tourist attractions and businesses, the Southeastern District includes Fells Point, Little Italy, Canton, Highland town, Butchers Hill, and Greek town, to name a few of the district's many great neighborhoods.

Neighborhoods

Albemarle Square, Baltimore Highlands, Baltimore - Linwood, Brewer's Hill, Broening Manor, Butcher's Hill, Canton, Canton Industrial Area, Canton Park, Douglas Homes, Dunbar, Dundalk Marine Terminal, Ellwood Park/Monument, Fells Point, Graceland Park, Greek town, Harbor East, Highland town, Holabird Industrial Park, Hopkins Bay-view, Hudson - Highlandtown, Jonestown, Joseph Lee, Kresson, Little Italy, McElderry Park, Medford, O'Donnell Heights, Patterson Park, Patterson Place, Perkins Homes, Pleasant View Gardens, Pulaski Industrial Area, Saint Helena, Upper Fells Point, Washington Hill,

Neighborhood Resources

Education Based Latino Outreach (EBLO) - Highland town Merchants - Little Italy - Washington Hill

The Southeast District is one of the most culturally diverse districts in the city. It borders the Central, Northeastern, and Eastern District. Well-known for its many tourist attractions and businesses, the Southeastern District includes Fells Point, Little Italy, Canton, Highland town, Butchers Hill, and Greek town, to name a few of the district's many great neighborhoods 

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18 April 1971

Patrolman, Hugh Monahan

Off-Duty Policeman Kills Bandit in His Cab

An off-duty policeman moonlighting as a cab driver killed a gun-wielding holdup man early yesterday [Saturday, 17 April 1971.] A technical charge of homicide against a Patrolman, Hugh Monahan, 23, was dismissed by Judge Robert J Gertz strong six hours later in Central Municipal Court. Patrolman Monahan, of the southeastern district, fired at least four bullets into the bandit’s chest. The dead man was still unidentified as of last night. The young policeman had completed his two-year probation on the force three hours before the 3 AM incident. He picked the man up in the 200 block of South Broadway. The man, about 40 years old, ordered patrolman Monahan to stop the cab when it reached Bank and Spring Streets. As the policeman turned around, the man pointed a gun at him. Patrolman Monahan gave the bandit $2 in small change and, when the man said, “give me the rest,” the policeman gave up $20 more. “The only thing I could think of was that he was going to kill me,” patrolman Monahan said. But he managed to grab a .38-caliber revolver from under his thigh and repeatedly pulled the trigger. The bandit slumped against the front seat, one hand still clutching his gun. Capt. Francis X. Hayes, Police Department Duty Officer yesterday, said that 205 policemen have been authorized to drive cabs, but added that about 30 were actually moonlighting during the 24-hour period. “This thing is not to give officers additional money but to use their professional ability to reduce crime on their own time,” Capt. Hayes said. He said that the moonlighting was approved in 1968 during a rash of cab holdups and the crimes against cab drivers decreased during the next two years. However, He said, “the crimes against cab drivers increased this year and equal the 1968 rate”. Three cab drivers have been slain in 1971 while on the job.

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Sgt. Fred Dillon receiving a plaque from the FOP after heroic action the night he was shot LOD 11 Nov 1992. 
L to R: Lt. Jeff Rosen, Sgt. Russ Sharp, Bunny Nevin,  Sgt. Bob Gillispie (in typical form), Sgt. Fred Dillon and Sgt. Bill Rowland.

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Left to right: Sgt. John Bergbower (RIP), Milton Corbett (POS), Lt. John Tewey, Maj. Harry Koffenberger,
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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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