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Posted on: November 7, 2019

STATEMENT FROM THE MARYLAND-NATIONAL CAPITAL PARK POLICE, PRINCE GEORGE COUNTY DIVISION

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – November 7, 2019
Contact:
Kira Calm Lewis at 301-446-3327
Public Affairs/Spokesperson
M-NCPPC, Dept. of Parks and Recreation,
Prince George’s County
-   or –
Stanley R. Johnson at 301-459-8333
Park Police Division Chief
Maryland-National Capital Park Police,
Prince George's County Division

STATEMENT FROM THE MARYLAND-NATIONAL CAPITAL PARK POLICE, PRINCE GEORGE COUNTY DIVISION 

Re: Corporal Anthony Mileo

“While we are deeply concerned by these allegations, we will not comment further on the ongoing investigation. We will cooperate fully with the Maryland State Police on this matter. Corporal Anthony Mileo has been placed on administrative leave.”- Chief Stanley R. Johnson 

The Maryland-National Capital Park Police, Prince George’s County Division consists of 133 authorized sworn personnel, 33 civilian employees and approximately 40 volunteers. Title 17, Subtitle 3, Land Use Article of the Annotated Code of Maryland provides the authority to enforce Maryland laws and local ordinances, as well as the rules and regulations specific to The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC). The Maryland-National Capital Park Police are tasked with protecting approximately 30,000 acres of park property in Prince George’s County, as well as those who visit and staff M-NCPPC sites. 

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