Greensboro Police Department

  • Agency: Greensboro Police Department
  • Address: 104 E Sunset Ave, Greensboro, 21639 MD
  • Chief: Jeff Jackson (Chief of Police)
Phone: 410-482-6771

Greensboro Police Department is located at 104 E Sunset Ave, Greensboro, 21639 MD. The Chief of Police of the department is Jeff Jackson. The Greensboro Police Department phone number is 410-482-6771.

Greensboro Police Department News

Greensboro Police Dept was excited to help sponsor the recent school assembly last week. Dialed Action Sports did a great job. Thank you GES for allowing us to help sponsor this event.

Below is some, however not all of the calls for service/ proactive patrols that the Greensboro Police Dept have handled during the course of the last few weeks. Thank you for your continued support to help Greensboro Police Dept achieve its goals. • Burglary report taken in the area of Kitteridge Ct. • Civil citation issued for marijuana after a traffic stop was conducted for traffic violations. • Civil citation issued for marijuana after a traffic stop was conducted for traffic violations. • Verbal domestic complaint in the area of Christian Dr. • Aid/Sick injured complaint • MV accident Hit & Run. • Driving while suspended arrest/citation • Disorderly conduct compliant. • Theft complaint in the area of W.Sunset Ave. • Verbal domestic complaint in the area of S.Main St. • Robbery complaint in the area of Greensboro Car Wash. • Verbal domestic complaint/ warrant arrest in the area of Wheeler Dr. • MDOP complaint in the area of Park Ave. • Death investigation in the area of Nashold Pl. • Civil citation for marijuana after a traffic stop was conducted for traffic violations. • MDOP report in the area of W. Sunset Ave • Drivers license violation after a traffic stop was conducted. • Fight in progress which resulted in an arrest for assault 2nd in the area of Granby St. • Neighbor dispute in the area of N.Academy St. • MDOP complaint in the area of Vaughn Ave.

Please travel safe on this Memorial Day! and lets not forget what this day is about.

Greensboro Police Dept participates in Greensboro Elementary School Career Day! Thank you GES for the invite.

*Greensboro Police Dept Investigates Sex Offense* During the third week of April 2018, Greensboro Police with the assistance of the Caroline County Sheriff's Office responded to the northern part of the county in reference to a disturbance that initially occurred in the Town of Greensboro. The investigation revealed that the reporting person observed an older white male unknown to her exiting the rear of her residence. It was also learned that the reporting person's juvenile child was inside of the residence as well at the time. During the course of this investigation, it was learned that the adult male subject identified as Howard Keith Goodson 49 year old male of Hatfield, Pennsylvania made several trips from his residence in PA to the Town of Greensboro to have sexual relations with a juvenile. Goodson was arrested by the Greensboro Police Dept and ultimately charged with Sex Abuse of a minor continued course of conduct, 3 counts of Sex Offense 4th degree, Sex Offense 3rd degree, Rape 2nd degree, and other related charges. Goodson was arrainged through the Caroline County District Court Commissioner and subsequently held without bond. Goodson was turned over to correctional staff at the Caroline County Detention Center. * This is still an ongoing investigation, therefore some facts of this case are left out* Special thanks to the Caroline County Sheriff’s Office and the Caroline County Drug Task Force for their assistance with this investigation.

Headquarters 1201 Reisterstown Road Pikesville, Maryland 410.486.3101 / 800.525.5555 TTY 410.486.0677 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 29, 2018 POLICE ARREST SUSPECT IN EARLY MORNING CAROLINE COUNTY STABBING (GREENSBORO, MD) –Investigators from the Maryland State Apprehension Team arrested a suspect wanted in connection with the fatal stabbing of a Caroline County man early this morning. The victim is identified as Howard Lanman, III, 26, of Greensboro, Maryland. Lanman was pronounced deceased at the scene. The suspect is identified as Kevin Parker, 25, of the 100 block of West Sunset Avenue in Greensboro, Maryland. Parker is charged with first and second degree murder. He was arrested at a residence in Delaware shortly after 8:30 a.m. this morning. Parker is currently in police custody and will be extradited to Maryland. At 12:30 a.m. this morning, the Maryland State Police Homicide Unit responded to the 100 block of West Sunset Avenue in Greensboro. An officer from the Greensboro Police Department was first to respond to the scene and found the victim, later identified as Lanman, lying in the street with an obvious stab wound. Police administered life-saving efforts until EMS arrived. Lanman was pronounced deceased at the scene by emergency medical service personnel. Police believe Parker fled the scene in a gray 2015 Kia Optima, which was reportedly stolen from the deceased victim. The vehicle was last seen leaving the area of 422 West Sunset Street in Greensboro, traveling towards Denton, Maryland. Investigators are actively working to locate the stolen gray 2015 Kia Optima, Maryland tag 4BR7760. Police ask for anyone with information regarding the stolen vehicle or this investigation to contact Easton Barrack at 410-822-3101. Callers may remain confidential. Crime scene technicians from the Maryland State Police Forensic Sciences Division processed the scene for evidence. Assistance is being provided by the Caroline County Drug Task Force, the Greensboro Police Department, Caroline County Sheriff’s Office, the Goldsboro Volunteer Fire Department and the Delaware State Police. State police investigators from the Criminal Enforcement Division, Upper Shore Region, also responded to assist with the investigation as it continues.

Greensboro Police Dept will put out a press release as soon as possible. The incident that occurred overnight is still a very active investigation. Thank you for your patience.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Prince George’s County Police Dept. Cpl. Mujahid Ramzziddin, a 14-year veteran of their force, a husband and father of four children was killed in the line of duty today. May he Rest In Peace. We have the watch from here sir.

The Greensboro Police Dept requests assistance in speaking with the individual pictured below. If you know this subject, please contact Greensboro Police Dept by phone or send a message.

*Domestic complaint leads to arrest* On Wednsday Feb 7, 2018, Greensboro Police responded to a residence on Park Ave for a domestic complaint. The initial call into 911 stated that a male subject was threatening the female subject. Upon Greensboro Police Dept arrival, it was learned that Kevin Bordley of Greensboro, MD had an active protective order against a female that was present inside of the residence and the Bordley subject was court ordered not to be at the residence. Greensboro Police Dept officer investigated further and learned that Bordley was hiding in a closet inside of the residence. Bordley was taken into custody by GPD without further incident. Bordley was arrested and charged with violation of a protection order and transported to the Caroline County District Court Commissioner where he was held without bond pending a future court date.

*Pursuit leads to arrest by Greensboro Police Dept* On Friday Feb 2, 2018, Greensboro Police Dept was notified via dispatch center that a Ford F350 tow truck was being pursued by Felton, DE Police Dept and crossed into Maryland. A Greensboro Police Dept officer observed the Ford F350 tow truck commiting numerous traffic violations while coming into the Town of Greensboro, putting citizens at risk. The Greensboro PD unit attempted to stop the tow truck, however the operator failed to stop for police. A short pursuit ensued in the Town of Greensboro. The pursuit ended on Cedar Ln in the area of Hill Rd where the suspect lost control of the tow truck and ran into a ditch thus disabling the tow truck. Greensboro PD officer was then able take the suspect into custody without further incident. Kevin Parker 25 yrs old of Greensboro, MD was charged was multiple offenses and also arrested for Fugitive from another state (DE) due to Felton,DE PD having extraditable warrants. Parker was turned over to the Caroline County Detention Center held without bond.

*Suspected overdose complaint leads to search warrant and two arrested* During the first week January Greensboro Police Dept was advised by the Department of Social Services that a juvenile may have overdosed on an unknown type of prescription medication. Greensboro Police initiated an investigation into the incident. During the course of several interviews, it was learned that illegal narcotics and prescription medication was being distributed/sold in an apartment in the Town of Greensboro. During the third week of January, Greensboro Police Dept members obtained a search warrant of a residence on the 300 block of Seymour Ave in Greensboro, MD. Greensboro Police Dept with the assistance of Ridgely Police Dept and the Caroline County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant of Angelina Ciampo’s residence. Ciampo was subsequently arrested for the items located inside of her apartment. Ciampo was charged with two (2) counts of CDS possession (not marijuana), possession of CDS equipment, possession/ distribution of CDS admin equipment, and prescription/remove label. Ciampo was processed and arraigned through the Caroline County District Court Commissioner and was subsequently released on an unsecure bail pending a future court date. During the last week of January as the investigation continued, Greensboro Police Dept obtained warrants for Angelina Ciampo of Greensboro, MD and Page Adams of Ridgely , MD. Ciampo and Adams were taken into custody by Greensboro Police Dept and charged with the following as it related to the initial investigation: Angelina Ciampo was charged with Reckless Endangerment, Contribute to Condition of a Child, Prescription/Remove Label, CDS Possession (not marijuana), CDS Possession w/ Intent to Distribute, 2 counts of Illegal Manufacture/ Distribute Prescription Medication, 2 counts of CDS Distribution (methadone), CDS with Intent to Distribute(methadone), and CDS Distribute(marijuana). Ciampo was transferred to the Caroline County Detention Center after she failed to post bail. Page Adams of Ridgely, MD was charged with 2 counts of Illegal Manufacture/ Distribute Prescription Medication, Possession w/ Intent to Distribute a Prescription Drug, Reckless Endangerment, and Contribute to the Condition of a Child. Adams was released on a unsecured bail pending a future court date.

*Domestic incident arrest made* During the last week of January, Greensboro Police responded to Granby St for a domestic complaint. During the course of the investigation, Jacob Walsh of Greensboro was taken into custody and charged with Assult 2nd degree. Walsh was taken before Caroline County District Court Commissioner and released on a unsecured bail pending a future court appearance.

*Driving Under the Influence Arrest* Ethel Brown of Greensboro was arrested by Greensboro Police Dept on January 3rd for driving under the influence of alcohol for an earlier motor vehicle collision that occurred in October. Brown was operating her silver Toyota Camry when she failed to maintain her lane a struck a utility pole in the area of the 300 block of N. Main St in Greensboro.

Please drive safely if you must drive during and after snow fall. Greensboro Police Dept wants to remind you to clear your vehicle off before you drive on the roadways. Please drive slow for the conditions.

Santa is coming around town now

*Greensboro Police Dept Investigate Armed Robbery* During the first week of December, the Greensboro Police Dept responded to a report of an armed robbery of a pizza delivery driver. The incident occurred in the area of Horsey St, Greensboro, MD where the victim advised that after making a delivery, he was robbed at gun point for an undisclosed amount of U.S Currency. This investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information regarding this incident, please contact the Greensboro Police Dept.

Tonight’s parade is canceled due to weather.

This past Saturday, members of the Greensboro Police Dept participated in the annual “Shop with a Cop” held at Denton Walmart. Thank you Denton Police Dept for allowing Greensboro Police Dept to participate in this wonderful event. It was great to see the smiles on the kid’s faces.