Command Shakeup At City Police Headquarters

Tuesday, July 26, 2011 – Steve Fermier and Baltimore Sun
 
A top city police commander gets his notice of reassignment.

A week after a city police officer was arrested allegedly for dealing drugs at a precinct parking lot…the veteran officer in charge of all department internal investigations has gotten another job.

Major Nathan Warfield was pulled from a post he’s held for about 2 years.

City police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi told WBAL News he can’t comment on personnel issues, except to say that Maj. Warfield was reassigned. 

Warfield does not face any criminal charges or departmental discipline, Guglielmi said.

The issue seems to revolve around Warfield’s circle of friends or associations in the department.

Those include Officer Daniel Redd who now faces drug charges.

A Facebook posting shows Warfield and Redd at a party.

The Sun reported that Warfield also was seen in a photo with another man accused of drug dealing.

Warfield does not face any known charges nor has he been formally accused of misconduct.

Replacing Warfield on an interim basis is nearly 3-decade veteran Martinez Davenport.

 
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… And the beat goes on at the BCPD. …

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