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Northwestern District
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Street Address: 5271 Reisterstown Road 
Baltimore, Maryland 21215
Mailing Address: Click for mailing instructions
Phone: 410-396-2466
E-mail: E-mail the Northwestern District

1874 - Northwestern District History - 1874 - The Northwestern District was first opened at Pennsylvania Ave and Lambert Street in 1874 where it remained until 1958/9 when they moved to their present district on Reisterstown Rd. 

The Northwestern District is one of the largest in the City and it borders the Northern District, Southwestern District, Western District and Baltimore County. The Northwestern District has a very diverse population and it's Police personnel are also very diverse. The police have made great strides in reducing violent crime and will continue to do so.

Neighborhoods

Arlington, Ashburton, Burleith - Leighton, Callaway - Garrison, Central Forest Park, Central Park Heights, Cheswolde, Cross Country, Dolfield, Dorchester, East Arlington, Eastwood, Fallstaff, Forest Park, Garwyn Oaks, Glen, Grove Park, Hanlon Park, Hanlon - Longwood, Hillsdale Park, Howard Park, Langston Hughes, Liberty Square, Lucille Park, Park Circle, Park Heights, Pimlico, Powder Mill Park, Purnell, Reisterstown Station, Seton Business Park, Television Hill, Towanda - Grantley, West Arlington, West Forest Park, Windsor Hills, Woodmere

Neighborhood Resources

Reisterstown Plaza Associates - Mt. Washington Village - Mount Washington Improvement Association

The Northwest District is the home of the world renown Preakness and Maryland’s famous Pimlico Race track attracting visitors from around the world
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Northwest District Officers

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Gustav A. Romoser Sr., c1880-1940

Appointed to the Baltimore City Police Department on March 2, 1913, he was assigned and proudly served in the Southwestern District, the Northern District and the Traffic Division.

In 1925 he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and was assigned to the Northwestern District. He then attained the rank of Lieutenant on April 14, 1938. While serving in the Northwest District he developed a very serious heart problem, after a long illness, he passed away June 18, 1938 at the age of 60. Lt. Gustav A. Romoser had an exemplarity 27 year career with the department and his death was a great loss to the department and the citizens of Baltimore. His service Honored the Department. Lieutenant Romoser was a veteran of the Spanish-American War and was a member of Baltimore Police Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars. He was a Mason and a member of Pythagoras Lodge and a Knights Commander. He leaves his widow, Wilhelmina (Minnie) C. Romoser, three sons, Gustav A. Romoser, Jr., a member of the Baltimore Police Traffic Division; Winfield Romoser, and Vernon Romoser, and two sisters, Mrs. Clara McDonald, of Parkville, Baltimore county, and Mrs. Lottie Lupton, Baltimore. Fellow Police Lieutenants served as pallbearers and he was laid to eternal rest in Western Cemetery near the New Cathedral Cemetery. Data compiled Sister Anne M. O'Donnell Pratt Library, Maryland Room, Biography File, Index Card with Obit; also Microfilm Obituary, Baltimore Sun, Wednesday Morning, June 19, 1940, p. 20 [11-15-10]

 

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NORTHWESTERN DISTRICT
SEPTEMBER 16, 1940
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Sergeant Albert N. Kirwan

25 Picked City Policemen Training For Riot Squads

Northwestern District Officers Getting Special Instructions On Small Arms, Tear Gas And Sub-Machine Guns

August 30, 1939

A select group of twenty-five Baltimore policemen are going back to school these days to again learn their ABC's-only this time they are learning the ABC's of firearms.

The men all of whom are attached to the Northwestern police district, are being formed into riot squads to handle any and all types of mob disorder and violence in the Northwestern district and maybe in the city. They will be under the supervision of Sergeant Albert N. Kirwan.

Following their graduation the officers will be well versed in the use of small, medium and large pistols, tear gas, sub-machine and riot guns.

Made Careful Selection

The idea of organizing the riot squads was fostered by Sergeant Kirwan and captain King commander of the district. The two spent quite a bit of time choosing the group. All members were selected because they had telephones in their homes and owned automobiles. After they were picked the men were separated into three divisions to serve on each of the three shifts.

If and when an emergency arises, Captain King said, a single division can be assembled in the station house in ten minutes and dispatched to the scene of disorder. The three divisions, he added, can be notified and assembled for action at the station house within thirty minutes.

Practice Already Begun

Sergeant Kirwan-better known as Sergeant Jack---who is acting as supervisor of instruction, was selected for his post because of his own ability with all types of firearms and because is well liked by the men.

Practice and instruction in the use the various weapons began Monday At the Police Department pistol range at Saunders Field, on the Governor Ritchie Highway.

Although the twenty-five men were chosen primarily because of their proficiency with small arms, they will not allowed to fire the larger weapons until they have mastered the technique of taking them apart and assembling them and learned how to and unload them without endangering others.

Skull Sessions Set

Skull sessions will be held at various intervals either at the station-house or at Saunders range. When the schooling is over each squad will have 2 sergeants. The 8 A.M. to 4 P. M. squad will have seven members and other two squads will have nine.

The divisions and those comprising squads are as follows:

A- Division:

Sergeants Harry Ernest and Leonard Fehlauer; Patrolmen Edward Bees, Fred Knorline, Fred Gladstone, Carles Schuhart and Elmer Tracy.

B- Division:

Sergeants William Vinup and Carl Kornke; Patrolmen Charles Blaney, WiIliam Krause, Frank McKenna, Edward Bender, Leslie Kummer, Norman Kelly and James McLaughlin.

C-Division:

Sergeants Stanley Oster and John Allen; Patrolmen John Griffin, John O’Brien, Charles Heim, Roger Stocksdale, Francis Kotmair, George Klander and John W. Smith.

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Northwest District A & C Division
Liberty Sub-Station Liberty Heights Ave. & Rogers Ave.
October 25, 1940

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Lieutenant Matthew Quinn Northwestern District was stabbed numerous times while he was subduing a deranged person who had just stabbed 2 other people. July 21, 1926

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Lieutenant Matthew Quinn Northwestern District was stabbed numerous times while subduing
a deranged person who had just stabbed 2 other people. July 21, 1926

Patrolman Maurice C. Erdman

Roll Of Honor Recipient

Officer Erdman of the old Northwestern District, had arrested a suspect for illegal gambling on August 3, 1914 and while leading him to the call box, the suspect pulled a razor and cut his throat severely. Officer Erdman fell to his knees clutching his throat to stop the gushing blood and still had the presence of mind to pull his service revolver and fire 5 shots at the fleeing suspect, striking him three times fatally wounding the suspect.  Officer Erdman had joined the department February 4, 1907 and retired in 1947 with 40 years of service and mandatory age of 70. Officer Erdman’s son Walter joined the Baltimore Police Department in 1946 and was assigned to the Northern District. Officer Walter Erdman’s son, Art,  joined the Baltimore County Police Department and is still actively serving and he to is a Medal Of Honor Recipient.

The Erdman family is truly a family of service, dedication and bravery.

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Officer Elvy Jett Ruby, standing in front of the family home on W 33rd. Street in Hampden
Appointed: March 28, 1919
Retired: Nov 26, 1953
Final Roll Call: Jan 22, 1959

Officer William J. "REDS" DePaola badge#536 academy class 1953. "REDS" was an easy going guy that would keep you laughing all day long with some of the antics he was so famous for.
 
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Some officers just stand out in a district and he was in the top 10 of the NWD.
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Officer "REDS" DePaola sitting in a minature toy car 
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Officer Dave P. D'Addario badge# 1801, seen here in his 1953 academy class photo, was a long
time NWD officer who was always an even temper, friendly and all round nice guy
 
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Officer William Craig 1958

Baltimore City Police Department undergoes a major overhaul of district boundaries.

August 31, 1959 

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Retirement party from the NWD about 1977 for Sgt Stanley Nelka

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aptain William Eusini promoted 1970's and assigned Northwest District

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Officer Grover Yox
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A Law Enforcement Family. Sergeant James K. Wilhelm (center) surrounded by his children.

Pat, Baltimore Co. Officer, Betty & John are Maryland State Troopers, far right, Jim the oldest and only non-police member of the family. Sergeant Wilhelm was a well liked and respected member of the Northwest District for many years.
He passed away January 17, 2010 and he will be greatly missed.
Rest in peace Sarge, your shift is over, we'll take it from here.
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Officer Tom Leddon Northwest District (above)
Officer Tom Leddon and Officer Don Healy (below)
 
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Officer Al "Mad Dog" Marcus
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Leslie J. Stickles, Jr. assigned to the Northwest District upon completion of the police academy. 1970's
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Officer Nancy Jones
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Merry Christmas & Happy New Year
1990
To the entire family of the Northwest District
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Christmas NWD 1990
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Christmas NWD 1990
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Christmas NWD 1990
Nicole Voelker, Officer Ev Voelker, Major Ron Collins
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Officer Jules Denitto, Dottie Weitzell (Chief Clerk) NWD
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Officer Nancy Jones and her Mom
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NWD Christmas 1990
Major Ron Collins (3rd. from left)
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Officer Frank Woodland and Officer Hank Harrold
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Officer Charles LoRocco
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Officer Jimmy Fowler, Officer Stephen Kagarise
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Officer Mark Alessi and Officer Dave Simmons
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Lieut. Ben Lieu and Officer Kathy Irwin
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Officer Michael Burkett
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Sergeant Robert Vinci
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Officer John K. Nolan and Officer Kathy Irwin Conrad 
 
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Roll Call: Richard Long Darnell Brock,Villareal, Dennis Reinhardt,
Doug Kerr,Sgt. McCullum,Doug Kerr, Howard Friedman
 
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Ward Wilson, Gerard Busnuk
 
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Robert (Bobby) Mack July 3, 1985
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Officer Wayne R. Wilson
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Officer Joe Dugan executing a S & S warrant

 

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Officer Dale Weirzbowski

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Officer Herb Mosley

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Officer Herb Mosley clowning around

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Officer Herb Mosley

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Officer Joe Dugan conducting an interview with juvenile suspect

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Officer Lynette Nevins & Officer Joe Dugan

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Officer Michael Burkette eating police food with Officer Donald Leatherwood

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Officer Michael Burkette with radar gun


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Northwest Crusing Patrol - 661


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Northwest District Officers at shift change

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Northwest District - 5271 Reisterstown Rd. - (rear view)
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Officer Ross Taylor
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Officer Ross Taylor, Officer Mike Kozak, Unk Officer
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Officers Roxi Cotton

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Officers Roxi Cotton, Harry Roop, Joe Dugan

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Officer Roxi Cotton

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Sergeant Calvert "Buzz" Koerber

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Officer Ron Zamora and his squad NWD

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NWD BIKE UNIT  1996

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Officer William G. Holtz, Jr.

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NORTHWEST DISTRICT OLD TIMERS BREAKFAST

Northwest District old timers  meet for breakfast on the last Monday of each month at Bob Evans on Padonia Road.
Contact Thor Dalebo for further information. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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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How to Dispose of Old Police Items

If you come into possession of Police items from an Estate or Death of a Police Officer Family Member and do not know how to properly dispose of these items please contact: Retired Detective Ken Driscoll - Please dispose of POLICE Items: Badges, Guns, Uniforms, Documents, PROPERLY so they won’t be used IMPROPERLY.

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NORTHWEST DISTRICT OLD TIMERS BREAKFAST

Northwest District old timers meet for breakfast on the last Monday of each month at Bob Evans on Padonia Road. contact Thor Dalebo for further information. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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Please contact Det. Ret. Kenny Driscoll if you have any pictures of you or your family members and wish them remembered here on this tribute site to Honor the fine men and women who have served with Honor and Distinction at the Baltimore Police Department.

Anyone with information, photographs, memorabilia, or other "Baltimore City Police" items can contact Ret. Det. Kenny Driscoll at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. follow us on Twitter @BaltoPoliceHist or like us on Facebook or mail pics to 8138 Dundalk Ave. Baltimore Md. 21222

 
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#1 patty 2015-05-16 05:16
If you have pictures, Comments, Suggestions etc. please send them to me at the email address above, as you can see Ken and I have put much of our time and money into this project, so we don't mind errors pointed out to us, just as Ken's partner used to say, "Keep it Friendly!" send Ken or me and email.. thanks - Patty
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