http://www.sunspot.net/news/local/bal-te.md.troopers30apr30,0,3076922.story?coll=bal%2Dhome%2Dheadlines When Baltimore Police Commissioner Edward T. Norris quit in December to head the Maryland State Police, he promised to dispatch a phalanx of troopers to help the city battle crime. The offer drew praise from City Hall officials angry over Norris' unexpected departure, the Baltimore Sun reports. The city police administration was delighted. But no extra troopers have been assigned so far . . .
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