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Officer receives Award of Valor from Sheriff’s Association

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Corporal Kent Martin wanted to be a police officer since he was a kid, playing cops and robbers with friends in a cornfield near Hampstead.

Martin’s wish came true, serving as a patrol officer with the Baltimore Police Department before he joined the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office

10 years ago.

On Nov. 8, Martin, 41, received the Award of Valor from the Maryland Sheriff’s Association for his role in a standoff with a suicidal man with a gun near Gamber in June 2009.

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1 Comment

  1. Very impressive performance by the Corporal. Bravo.

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