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In Loving Memory of Officer Noah Leotta
Officer Noah Aaron Leotta died in the line of duty at the age of 24 on December 10, 2015, at the hands of a drunk driver, his legacy of saving lives continues on October 1, 2016 with the enactment of Noah’s Law. Among other things, Noah’s Law requires that an interlock device be installed in the car of all convicted drunk drivers and increases suspension times in the state of Maryland.
Rich Leotta thanks officers for their efforts to stop drunk and drugged drivers from a victims perspective
On November 24, the Annual Holiday Alcohol Task Force Enforcement-Roll Call was held at Montgomery County Police Headquarters. Sergeant Al Dzenkowski welcomed and thanked the officers from MCPD and allied agencies for choosing to work in the alcohol task force during the holiday season in an effort to reduce impaired driving related injuries.
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Rich Leotta’s interview on “Foward Motion FOMO”