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Montgomery County Dept. of Police in Maryland. Updates by PID. 240-773-5030. Not monitored 24/7. Social Media Policy:
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Montgomery County Department of Police Apr 20
Rt 28 @ Riffleford Road has been reopened.
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Montgomery County Department of Police Apr 20
Replying to @mcpnews
Investigating serious collision with single vehicle. Updates will be provided later in the afternoon.
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Montgomery County Department of Police Apr 20
Route 28 @ Riffleford Road will be closed while collision investigation is being completed. Adjust your travel accordingly. Reopening will be announced via Twitter.
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Montgomery County Department of Police Apr 19
Replying to @TPCarney
The helicopter was assisting us with a call for a report of a home invasion in the 12000 block of Eaglewood Court. The matter is still under investigation. There is no press release at this time, as facts are still being determined.
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Montgomery County Department of Police Apr 19
Replying to @doorBellaRose
The helicopter was assisting us with a call for a report of a home invasion in the 12000 block of Eaglewood Court. The matter is still under investigation. There is no press release at this time, as facts are still being determined.
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Montgomery County Department of Police Apr 19
Replying to @BleamTeamElite
The helicopter was assisting us with a call for a report of a home invasion in the 12000 block of Eaglewood Court. The matter is still under investigation. There is no press release at this time, as facts are still being determined.
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Montgomery County Department of Police Apr 19
Replying to @akreisberg
Hello. There are no updates at this time. Thank you.
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Montgomery County Department of Police Apr 19
We, and other MD agencies, use the ACRS system to capture data for collision reporting. If you have any other questions, please contact our office at 240-773-5030.
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Montgomery County Department of Police Apr 18
Detectives Conducting Death Investigation Following Forest Glen House Fire
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Montgomery County Department of Police Apr 18
April 11 Pedestrian Collision in Rockville Now Fatal
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Montgomery County Department of Police Apr 18
Replying to @mcpnews
If you have information, call the Major Crimes Division at 240-773-5070. Crime Solvers is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for any information that leads to the arrest of a suspect. Tipsters can call Crime Solvers toll-free at 1-866-411-TIPS (8477). You may remain anonymous.
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Montgomery County Department of Police Apr 18
Replying to @mcpnews
Investigators are aware of information currently circulating on social media that is believed to be fictitious. Please be wary of inaccurate or false information originating from sources other than the MCPD on social media.
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Montgomery County Department of Police Apr 18
The MCPD is aware of social media postings reference the Homicide in Germantown on April 16. We would remind the community, the MCPD is currently investigating the homicide and is the only source for updates and information regarding the investigation.
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Montgomery County Department of Police Apr 18
Replying to @clgeiger01834 @mcfrs
After further research, MCP was assisting with a structure fire in that area. Thank you.
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Montgomery County Department of Police Apr 18
Replying to @JoeKaps
Thank you for sharing this great photo with us! Can you provide more details on this encounter including when and where this occurred? Thank you!
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Montgomery County Department of Police Apr 18
Replying to @clgeiger01834
Hello, do you have a more specific location? Thank you?
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Montgomery County Department of Police Apr 18
MCP recruiters will be at the Frederick Community College Student Center today from 10am-2pm!
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Montgomery County Department of Police Apr 17
Concern for Missing Germantown Woman
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