Md. county police department beefs up patrols after uptick in homicides

PALMER PARK — Authorities in a Maryland county have decided to increase officer patrols after the area had 12 homicides in the first 11 days of July. News outlets report officers with the Prince George’s County Police Department will start working 12-hour shifts Tuesday, which is an increase from the eight- to 10-hour shifts they …



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