BALTIMORE COUNTY, Md. (WJZ) — Baltimore County Police Officers are wearing mourning bands on their badges Tuesday in honor of fallen Officer Amy Caprio.
Tuesday is the one-year anniversary of Caprio’s death.READ MORE: 7 Shot, Including 5 Teenagers, In West Baltimore Friday Night
On May 21, 2018, Caprio, 29, responded to a call for a suspicious vehicle with multiple suspicious subjects walking around homes on Linwen Way in Parkville.
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When Caprio arrived and located the vehicle, she got out of her police car and ordered the driver to exit the vehicle.
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Caprio was a four-year veteran of the Department and was married. She was the first female officer in Baltimore County Police Department history to die the line of duty.