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Head Of Homicide Unit Not Charged After Abandoning Dept. Car

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BALTIMORE (WJZ)—The head of the Baltimore City homicide unit will not face any charges after he abandoned his department vehicle on I-95.

Major Terrence McLarney was suspended after his police cruiser was found along I-95 near Route 32 in Howard County last Sunday.

Major McLarney says he was traveling onto the off ramp as the vehicle in front of him began swerving back and forth on the rain slick roadway, according to police. McLarney says he then braked hard and his vehicle began to slide and left the roadway.

The Maryland State police have concluded their investigation. They’ve determined McLarney simply lost control and slid off the road, and no traffic charges will be filed in the case.

The investigation revealed no damage to any people or property.

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