PHIA Thanks Law Enforcement for Prompt Robbery Arrests

Perry Hall Improvement Association president encouraged residents to report suspicious activity to police.

Dennis M. Robinson, Jr., president of the , thanked police for making prompt arrests in connection with a string of at Perry Hall businesses.

Robinson's first statement, , was published on Sunday.

He released a follow-up statement to Patch on Monday:

On behalf of the Perry Hall Improvement Association, I would like to thank Captain Mike Balog and the Baltimore County Police officers who investigated the recent robberies in Perry Hall and made prompt arrests. Although we would, of course, rather not have any crime in our area, it is reassuring to know that our law enforcement personnel are quickly identifying and apprehending suspects when crimes are committed in Perry Hall. According to a report in Perry Hall Patch, the police identified at least one suspect because a witness provided a vehicle description. Let’s continue to work together with the police to report suspicious activity, document descriptions/tag numbers of vehicles involved in suspicious activity, and note descriptions of possible suspects. These are a few of the ways we can help the police prevent and solve crimes while sending a strong message that criminal activity will not be tolerated in our neighborhoods.

As a reminder, any residents interested in obtaining more information about criminal activity in Perry Hall, should consider attending the Perry Hall Improvement Association's general meeting on Thursday, November 10th at 7:30 p.m. at the Perry Hall Library. Captain Mike Balog, the commander of the White Marsh police precinct, will be our guest speaker. He always provides useful information about recent trends and how we can help the police prevent and solve crimes.

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