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      Some county residents have received in the mail a request for donations from the Maryland Sheriffs’ Association, Inc.  These requests are not from my office; we never request private donations to fund the performance of our public duties.

     The Maryland Sheriffs’ Association is a private, non-profit professional association that provides support and services to sheriffs’ offices across the State of Maryland.  It offers training to deputy sheriffs, monitors important legislative proposals and provides support services to numerous governmental boards and commissions.  It does not receive any funding from the State; it depends on member dues and private donations.  Support for the MSA is completely voluntary.

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On Monday, October 23, 2017 members of the Capital Area Fugitive Task Force assisted by the Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office and the Cambridge City Police arrested 19 year old Raekwon Thornton of 3644 Emely Avenue, Baltimore, Md. He was wanted by the Baltimore City Police Department for First Degree Murder, Second Degree Murder, First Degree Assault and Wearing and Carrying a Handgun. The suspect was located in a residence on Robbins Street in Cambridge and taken into custody. He was transferred to the custody of the Baltimore City Homicide Unit.

 

 

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