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Following a shooting outside his home in August 2019, Sgt. Isaac Carrington, then a 22-year veteran of the Baltimore Police Department, spent weeks at Shock Trauma recovering. On Tuesday, January 5, 2020, he got a lift when representatives from MileOne Autogroup and its nonprofit arm Wheels for Change, The Signal 13 Founda- tion and the Baltimore City Lodge #3 Fraternal Order of Police presented him with a handicap accessible van. The organizations joined forces to raise the necessary funds for the vehicle totaling over $70,000, which was outfitted by and purchased from Bedco Mobility. Photo: (Left to right) Nancy Hinds, Signal 13 Foundation; Michael Fader, MileOne; Mike Mancuso, Fraternal Order of Police; Sgt. Isaac Carrington and wife Michelle (in front); Jerry Heid (liaison officer between BPD
and Signal 13); and BPD Commissioner Michael Harrison.

Following a shooting outside his home in August 2019, Sgt. Isaac Carrington, then a 22-year veteran of the Baltimore Police Department, spent weeks at Shock Trauma recovering. On Tuesday, January 5, 2020, he got a lift when representatives from MileOne Autogroup and its nonprofit arm Wheels for Change, The Signal 13 Founda- tion and the Baltimore City Lodge #3 Fraternal Order of Police presented him with a handicap accessible van. The organizations joined forces to raise the necessary funds for the vehicle totaling over $70,000, which was outfitted by and purchased from Bedco Mobility. Photo: (Left to right) Nancy Hinds, Signal 13 Foundation; Michael Fader, MileOne; Mike Mancuso, Fraternal Order of Police; Sgt. Isaac Carrington and wife Michelle (in front); Jerry Heid (liaison officer between BPD
and Signal 13); and BPD Commissioner Michael Harrison.

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Local Baltimore organizations provide handicap accessible van to police Sgt. Isaac Carrington

Baltimore— Following a shooting out- side his home in August 2019, Sgt. Isaac Carrington, then a 22-year veteran of the Baltimore Police Department, spent weeks at Shock Trauma recovering.