Thursday Apr 9 | via The Baltimore Sun
Peter F. Edge, a career Maryland state trooper who later was curator of its Pikesville Museum and was active i Peter F. Edge, a legendary undercover Maryland state trooper who was known for his unconventional behavior, outrageous sense of humor and penchant for costumed disguises that drew in miscreants, died Saturday at his Columbia home of congestive heart failure. He was 76. "Back in the 1970s, when I was an investigative prosecutor working on political corruption, drug and contract murder cases, we worked closely with the Baltimore County police, feds and state police, and Pete was a big part of our investigations. Comment?
Apr 1, 2015 | via Patch.com
She is survived by her husband Skip Zeigler, son James C. Rolfes , two grandchildren, Ian J. and Emily M. Rolfes, five siblings, Melanie J. Braithwaite, Deborah A. Hysell, Patricia C. Browne, Victoria A. Cavendish, William J. Cavendish and many nieces and nephews. Comment?
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