Ideas offered on hiring, training and paying county police officers

Ideas offered on hiring, training and paying county police officers

Plus: Gaithersburg's farmers markets return week of July 6; Woman attacked by Takoma Park police K-9 reaches settlement with city

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Ideas offered on hiring, training and paying county police officers

There are new ideas in Montgomery County on how to hire, train and pay police officers.

It comes as the county police union says it’s seeing a surge in officers considering retirement. [Fox 5]

Gaithersburg’s farmers markets return week of July 6

Gaithersburg’s two farmers markets are back in business the week of July 6.

Due to the ongoing public health crisis, both markets will operate with reduced hours. [Patch]

Woman attacked by Takoma Park police K-9 reaches settlement with city

More than a year after a woman was mistakenly attacked by a Takoma Park police K-9, she told Fox 5 she’s reached a financial settlement with the city.

The incident occurred in December 2018. Ayanna Brooks and her boyfriend, Joseph Burroughs, were walking their dog, when, according to police reports, the K-9, named Drogo, broke free and latched onto Brooks. [Fox 5]

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