Baltimore County Police Officer Injured in Car Crash

Officer has been taken to Maryland Shock Trauma.

A Baltimore County police officer was injured Friday in a two-vehicle accident at Ingleside Avenue and Johnnycake Road in Woodlawn just north of Catonsville. 

The accident happened at 4:31 p.m. The officer has been taken to Maryland Shock Trauma, according to a dispatch officer in the police department. 

He was transported in an ambulance with non life-threatening injuries, according to county dispatch.

The intersection is currently closed for police investigation.

Nayana Davis September 01, 2012 at 03:00 AM
A comment left by user Stan Modjesky was removed for violating Patch's terms of use for profanity. http://towson.patch.com/terms
Daniel Michaud September 01, 2012 at 04:01 PM
Stan I hope you never need a Baltimore county police officer ever but if you do I know they will be there because my cousin is a BC police officer and no matter what your opinion is, they serve and protect everyone. The comment you made was shallow at best when you don't even know the details of the accident.
Zoobie September 05, 2012 at 04:24 AM
"Coppers" ' haven't heard that term since Edward G. Robinson phrased it back in the 50's ("dirty coppers") Stan, it's politically incorrect and dates you, you dinosaur ! Now, do the right thing, and publically apologize. Once upon a tme (60's), I had a button that stated "Support our Local Police" (Large Letters) and in small print "Or they'll kill you!" So I wore it to 'Roll-Call'. My Sargeant had a 'tizzy-fit' Point is:- First Ammendment Right to Free Speach, you can say anything you want, but it has consequences ! Stan, do the right thing !!!
Thaddeus Jude September 05, 2012 at 04:53 PM
Stan knows because if they are on the way to a call, they should have their lights on. Stan is right - they drive like maniacs around there WITHOUT THEIR LIGHTS on... Constantly.
Jim Arrington October 03, 2012 at 11:28 PM
zoobie, its spelled Sergeant??? really dude


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