Lone ranger to build new Md. police force
By Kevin Rector
The Baltimore Sun
BALTIMORE — For the past eight months, Luke Brackett has been part administrator, part lone ranger.
Hired by Baltimore City in November to spearhead the creation of a new police force to protect the three city-owned reservoirs in Baltimore and Carroll counties, Brackett spends part of his days patrolling the watersheds and part interviewing applicants interested in joining his force.
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