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Sunday, April 23, 2017

Hard working trooper is named Maryland State Police trooper of the year

Maryland State Police Trooper Charles Tittle was named trooper of the year, after his just second year as a patrol trooper.

His statistics are impressive. Last year, he made 1,010 traffic stops and issued 1,400 citations last year. He was named the barrack trooper of the month seven times last year. He is stationed in North East, MD.

Trooper Tittle also arrested 60 impaired drivers and arrested 109 people wanted on warrants He responded to almost 2,000 calls for service and recovered seven firearms during traffic stops.

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16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Number one revenue collector for Marylandistan.

Anonymous said...

$$$$$$$ all about the money!!!

Anonymous said...

Thank you trooper for all that you do.

Anonymous said...

Busy young trooper....congratulations!

Anonymous said...

He'll be sitting just down the street from your favorite bar just waiting for you to leave. Police State.

Anonymous said...

7:36 you're right, we should just let people drive home drunk. Stopping dui's completely makes MD a police state

Rebel Without a Clue said...

So he did around 5 stops a day and responded to around 10 calls a day and arrested 169 people throughout the year. Yeah, he was busy. The arrests alone probably involved vehicle searches (which take time) and all of the paperwork that goes with each arrest.

Anonymous said...

Hope he stays in North East.

Anonymous said...

Thank you, Trooper.

Anonymous said...

Nooooooooooooo, bring him to the Eastern Shore so he can get the bad apples out there to make our roads safer!!!!

Kudo's to Trooper Tittle. Come here to the shore and teach those in the barracks as well as OCPD too! Win Win for all!!!

Anonymous said...

and he is still a jerk

Anonymous said...

aside from hiding behind bushes and stopping people for going 6 mph over the limit or whatever, how many criminals has he caught? How many crimes has he stopped?

Anonymous said...

cell phone tickets

Anonymous said...

how many gang members, murderers, rapists, burglars, drug kingpins has he personally caught? exactly! keep riding up and down the highway looking for tag lights out and easy pickins! actual police work? not gonna find that here. All about generating revenue for the state! POS kop! but keep giving out your i love me awards! meanwhile heroin overdoses are skyrocketing! keep cheering you fools!

Anonymous said...

Well, let's see: 109 warrants. That means 109 criminals. It doesn't even say how many additional arrests he has, other than drunk drivers. Feeling the hate, hater.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
Well, let's see: 109 warrants. That means 109 criminals. It doesn't even say how many additional arrests he has, other than drunk drivers. Feeling the hate, hater.

April 19, 2017 at 5:55 AM

warrants for what exactly? a speeder is a criminal. anyone who commits a crime is a 'criminal'. all smoke and mirrors. he is too young and inexperienced to know a whole lot to begin with, other than writing traffic citations for which he is bestowed this 'honor'.

Unless someone was speeding to commit murder, rape, burglary, engage in a massive drug deal, what exactly has he accomplished?