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Motor vehicle collision involving Sheriff's Deputy
Sykesville, Carroll County, Maryland; January 27, 2016 ------ The Carroll County Sheriff's Office is investigating a serious motor vehicle collision that occurred at approximately 1:41 am on January 27th, 2016, involving a Sheriff's Deputy and another vehicle.
Preliminary investigation reveals that Corporal Brant Webb was operating his marked Carroll County Sheriff's Office patrol vehicle, a Dodge Charger, Westbound on Rt 26 in the area of Franklinville Road, when his vehicle was struck by a 2011 Toyota Camry travelling Eastbound, driven by Anna Nicole Donohoe, 21 years old, from Westminster. The circumstances surrounding the collision are still under investigation.
Both drivers were transported by ambulance to Maryland Shock Trauma with serious injuries. Further information on their conditions is not available at this time.
(All individuals are presumed innocent of the pending charges until proven guilty in a court of law)
As of 5am, Route 26 remained closed between Hooper Road and Route 27 for investigators to reconstruct the collision, and will likely be closed through the morning. Please avoid the area. (Updates will be sent went the road re-opens). Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact Corporal Miller at 410-386-5900 or the Anonymous TIPS Hotline at 1-888-399-TIPP.
Carroll County Sheriff's Office congratulates newest graduates of Crisis Intervention Team training
Westminster, Carroll County, Maryland; October 23, 2015 ----- On Friday, October 23rd, 2015, a group of law enforcement and correctional officers from the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office, Westminster Police, Manchester Police, Carroll Community College, and a member of the United States Secret Service will graduate from Crisis Intervention Team training. The Carroll County Health Department has teamed up with County law enforcement partners to bring this much needed resource to the County.
Crisis Intervention Team training is a 40 hour class designed to prepare first responders to recognize persons suffering from mental illness or experiencing a behavioral health crisis. CIT trained deputies will also be able to assist with crisis intervention, and provide appropriate referrals to other mental health resources within the County. This training does not involve mental health care and treatment, but rather a way to better connect people in need with resources already available.
For the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office, this is the first group to receive CIT training. The ten deputies, which includes 3 correctional officers, will continue with their normal assignments, but will also now be called upon to assist when deputies are presented with behavioral emergencies. CIT training for additional groups of deputies is expected to be scheduled in the upcoming months.