Crime increase near APG

He’s lived in his Aberdeen development for two years, and Anthony Seda said that he has had enough of crime in his Aberdeen development,.


Aberdeen Police Sgt. Fred Bundick told WBAL News that as of last Monday, there have been 41 police calls to the development. He notes that the department has assigned a community policing officer to the neighborhood to address residents’ concerns.

Seda, who works in personnel recruitment at the Aberdeen Proving Ground, this that news of the crime is going to keep the thousands of workers moving into the area as a result of the BRAC expansion.

“We find it difficult on the base to recruit people from New Jersey. In this recession, we’re finding the Fort Monmouth workers are coming to the Aberdeen, and their moving to Delaware, along the Maryland Delaware line.”

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