TOWSON, Md. (AP) — Baltimore County residents are gathering for an anti-crime rally and awards ceremony.

The Citizens on Patrol Rally Against Crime is scheduled for Friday evening on Allegheny Avenue, at the circle, in Towson.

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Baltimore County Police Chief James Johnson is among the officials expected to attend the 13th annual event, which honors people and groups who work to fight crime.

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Members of the county police department will be honored along with Patrick Kammar, a freshman honors student at the Jemicy School, who acts as the organization’s youth ambassador and spokesman.

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