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      Officer Reynolds Peele, #2309, was an active duty Anne Arundel County Police Officer who worked the midnight shift in our Eastern District.  He was hired in November of 2018 as a lateral officer from the Chestertown Police Department where he proudly served since 2015.  He also served for 13 years in the U.S. Army Reserve where, in June of 2016, he was deployed as a staff sergeant in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and stationed at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.  Prior to that time, and following in his father’s footsteps, he served as a United States Marine from 1995 until 2004.  He also served in the National Guard.

      After active duty with the United States Marine Corps, he knew his true calling was to continue to protect and serve, so he became a police officer. He enjoyed forging relationships and partnerships with the community while working in patrol.  For months, he put on his uniform and came to work in spite of great physical pain caused by the undiagnosed cancer that ultimately took his life.  He gave our Police Department and our community all that he could give.  He recently said, “I was raised in a military household where being courageous, showing integrity, being loyal, professional, and ethical - all the organizational values of the Anne Arundel County Police Department, were instilled in me.” 

      His strong faith and his passion kept him strong and confident throughout his battle. He believed in trying to make the world a better place and we can tell you, without question, that he did.

      Officer Reynolds Peele, #2309, was an active duty Anne Arundel County Police Officer who worked the midnight shift in our Eastern District.  He was hired in November of 2018 as a lateral officer from the Chestertown Police Department where he proudly served since 2015.  He also served for 13 years in the U.S. Army Reserve where, in June of 2016, he was deployed as a staff sergeant in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and stationed at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.  Prior to that time, and following in his father’s footsteps, he served as a United States Marine from 1995 until 2004.  He also served in the National Guard.

      After active duty with the United States Marine Corps, he knew his true calling was to continue to protect and serve, so he became a police officer. He enjoyed forging relationships and partnerships with the community while working in patrol.  For months, he put on his uniform and came to work in spite of great physical pain caused by the undiagnosed cancer that ultimately took his life.  He gave our Police Department and our community all that he could give.  He recently said, “I was raised in a military household where being courageous, showing integrity, being loyal, professional, and ethical - all the organizational values of the Anne Arundel County Police Department, were instilled in me.” 

      His strong faith and his passion kept him strong and confident throughout his battle. He believed in trying to make the world a better place and we can tell you, without question, that he did.


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