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Action Baybrook virtual meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Jimmy Shetterly
06:08
Good Evening Sgt Shetterly contact information Jimmy.Shetterly@BaltimorePolice.org 443-938-2595
Action Baybrook Info@actionbaybrook.org
10:49
Thanks, Sgt. Shetterly.
Byron Conaway
19:38
I’m on for any questions-Maj Conaway
Alicia Lucksted
29:45
met one at the focal area safety walk last week!
Lisa Bowling
32:58
I saw the two bike officers today near my house at 4th & Frankel
Jimmy Shetterly
35:22
Submit A TipThere are three way to submit an anonymous tip to the Metro Crime Stoppers of Maryland.1. You may provide anonymous information on the above crime by calling the Metro Crime Stoppers hotline, available 24-hours a day, toll free at 1-866-7LOCKUP.2. You may also submit your anonymous tip online here3.  You can also submit an anonymous tip through the Baltimore City Police appCrime Stoppers does not use Caller ID or record telephone conversations. A special coding system protects the identity of the caller. Crime Stoppers also takes calls from persons with information about any felony.Information leading to the arrest and/or indictment of a felony suspect could qualify the caller for a reward as determined by the Crime Stoppers Board of Directors, up to $2000.For more information on Metro Crime Stoppers of Maryland, visit our website at www.metrocrimestoppers.org or call Crime Stoppers toll free at 1-866-7LOCKUP.
Jimmy Shetterly
35:58
If you have information on suspects, storage locations, etc… for dirt bikes, please text a tip, picture, or leave a voicemailTipline Number: 443-902-4474Email: dirtbiketips@baltimorepolice.orgDirt Bikes are defined as any motorcycle or similar vehicle designed for use on rough surfaces such as dirt roads or trails that are not registered under the Maryland Vehicle Law. Examples of dirt bikes include minibikes and all-terrain vehicles (ATV) either of the three or four wheel variety. No person may drive or ride any dirt bike or other unregistered motorcycle or similar vehicle on any public or private property that is located within the city of Baltimore. In addition, no person may possess any dirt bike or any unregistered motorcycle within the city of Baltimore. No service station or any other person may sell or dispense motor fuel for delivery into any dirt bike or unregistered vehicle. Any person who violates this ordinance within the city of Baltimore is subject to a fine of not more than $1,000 for each
Morgan, Carrington
40:01
Bishop Carrington Morgan 410-978-3363
Morgan, Carrington
41:23
major your number is?
Billy Humphrey, City of Refuge
45:18
Major Conoway
Byron Conaway
48:55
Dirt Bikes are defined as any motorcycle or similar vehicle designed for use on rough surfaces such as dirt roads or trails that are not registered under the Maryland Vehicle Law. Examples of dirt bikes include minibikes and all-terrain vehicles (ATV) either of the three or four wheel variety. No person may drive or ride any dirt bike or other unregistered motorcycle or similar vehicle on any public or private property that is located within the city of Baltimore. ********In addition, no person may possess any dirt bike or any unregistered motorcycle within the city of Baltimore. No service station or any other person may sell or dispense motor fuel for delivery into any dirt bike or unregistered vehicle. Any person who violates this ordinance within the city of Baltimore is subject to a fine of not more than $1,000 for each offense or imprisonment for not more than 90 days********
Action Baybrook Info@actionbaybrook.org
49:59
"no person may possess any dirt bike or any unregistered motorcycle within the city of Baltimore. " So a person can be arrested just for possessing a dirt bike, right?
Matt Achhammer
51:32
Good Evening! Matt Achhammer Community Liaison for the Liquor Board matt.achhammer@baltimorecity.gov Cell: 410-241-6525 (Call or Text) --- Licensed liquor establishment complaints – Use 311 (online/app recommended).A quick note for current COVID restrictions. In general, licensees may resume operating at 100% of fire marshal rated capacity, both indoor and outdoor.The following restrictions should be noted and are still mandated by law:• Staff must continue to wear face coverings at all times.• Indoor dining patrons must continue to wear face coverings except when eating or drinking.More details at: https://llb.baltimorecity.gov/(No need to speak, popping into to say hi and leave contact info for questions. Thanks!)
G. O. Buntin (City Council)
58:14
Good evening Action Baybrook!!
Action Baybrook Info@actionbaybrook.org
58:30
Hi George!
Billy Humphrey, City of Refuge
01:06:55
sarah@greaterbaybrookalliance.org
Alicia Lucksted
01:09:56
aalucksted@gmail.com Clean Up Committee
Morgan, Carrington
01:16:52
Cemorgan603@aol.com