Rick Jacoby

Photos taken and owned by Rick Jacoby. © All rights reserved.

This is probably the largest collection of Maryland State Police historical photos.

  • 10 years 1 month ago
    MD - Howard County, MD, Police/Fire Expo
    very acurate, I was a member of the Frederick Police Dept, and remember driving vehicle, that color combonation
  • Mark Allen (Private)
    10 years 2 months ago
    MD - Maryland State Police Trooper's Tour
    These were the hardest cars to put grille lights in because of the hood latch
  • Donald W. Tucker (Private)
    10 years 3 months ago
    MD - Maryland State Police 1950
    Rick:

    This 1953 Plymouth, Maryland State Police car 216, was driven by my father, Trooper Donald A. Tucker in July 1953 when three men held up a bank at Libertytown, near Frederick, MD. My father spotted the getaway car minutes after the alarm went out and a high speed chase ensued. While the robbers tried to escape, one of them began shooting at my father pursuing them. The chase ended on a street in downtown Frederick after the getaway car crashed and all three robbers were captured on the scene and the money they stole, over $15,000.00 was all recovered. This happened in a span of about 15 minutes.

    There was a photo published in most of the newspapers including the Baltimore Sun showing my father pointing to a spot on the right front fender of car 216 where a bullet had struck. I have a digital scan of that newspaper photo. My father received a Governor’s Commendation for his actions in bringing the situation to a swift and successful end. By the way, no one was hurt.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 3 months ago
    PA - Chryslers at Carlisle attendees
    Very sharp lineup!
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 3 months ago
    PA - Chryslers at Carlisle attendees
    nice taxi cab
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 4 months ago
    MD - Howard Co. Police
    great police car rides great too since I did a ride along with them once I see them all the time I love the new colors and the old colors too I LOVE POLICE!!!
  • Jeff (Private)
    10 years 7 months ago
    MD - Maryland State Police 1990
    It's actually a Cadillac-Gage Ranger armored car. It's built on a Dodge 3/4 ton 4X4 chassis. Production started in 1980 and lasted until 1995 with over 700 built
  • Thomas (Private)
    10 years 7 months ago
    MD - Maryland State Police 1983
    How did this happen?
  • bill! (Private)
    10 years 7 months ago
    MD - Maryland State Police 2006
    better yet... why are there so many questions asking the quantity of new vehicles ordered?

    how many chargers does the maryland police dept have? enough to get the job done.

    and typically when a car says STATE TROOPER in huge yellow letters down the sides, it can be tentatively moved from the unmarked category. just because the car doesnt have a lightbar does not make it an unmarked. this is a slickroof. and i have no idea how many maryland has. contact MSPD for that.
  • bill! (Private)
    10 years 7 months ago
    MD - Maryland State Police 2006
    it would be a perfect step up from the bland graphics the MSPD is using now, unforunately, though, this picture is an artists rendering, and does not tell us what the MSPD has done with those chargers. its a photoshop job.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 7 months ago
    MD - Maryland State Police 2006
    This is a magnificient picture of the Dodge Charger Prototype. Does the MD State Police have the Dodge Charger police cars?
  • Greg (Private)
    10 years 7 months ago
    MD - Maryland State Police 2006
    Why would you ask if they have any MARKED Chargers? What do you think this is a picture of?
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 7 months ago
    MD - Maryland State Police 2006
    Does the MD State police have Dodge Chargers? If that is true, how many Dodge Chargers do the MD State police have? I would like to see marked or unmarked Dodge Charger police vehicles if the MD State Police use.
  • Phil (Private)
    10 years 7 months ago
    MD - Maryland State Police 1956
    Both side mirrors were still optional equipment in 1956.