Joshua Ron­ning named as Home­town Hero

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BAL­TI­MORE — On Thurs­day, Nov. 17, the Ch­e­sa­peake Gate­way Cham­ber of Com­merce held its ninth an­nual Salute to Home­town He­roes. Of­fi­cer First Class Joshua Ron­ning of the Bal­ti­more County Po­lice De­part­ment was nom­i­nated by co-work­ers in his precinct to be rec­og­nized as a Home­town Hero.

Ron­ning grew Queen Anne’s up in County and was a 2009 grad­u­ate of Queen Anne’s County High School. Af­ter grad­u­at­ing from the Uni­ver­sity of Mary­land Col­lege Park in 2013, he en­tered the BCPD Acad­emy in 2014.

Ron­ning was as­signed to the Es­sex Precinct af­ter grad­u­a­tion. Dur­ing his 18-month pro­ba­tion­ary pe­riod, he was named “Of­fi­cer of the Month” three times.

Ron­ning, along with 19 other first re­spon­ders and mil­i­tary per­son­nel, was rec­og­nized as a Home­town Hero at a din­ner and awards cer­e­mony in Bal­ti­more County.


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