PARKVILLE, Md. — Exactly one year later, Baltimore County Police's Parkville Precinct used the day to honor a very special person that was in their department.
Members of the department signed a police cruiser door full of special messages in remembrance of Officer Caprio, who was hit and killed with a stolen Jeep after responding to a reported burglary.
In honor of Officer Caprio's legacy, officials say the door was on display at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in D.C. for police week.
Officers in the precinct were also seen wearing mourning bands on their badges for fallen heroes Officer Caprio and Officer Jeffrey Neal.
It’s been exactly one year since @BaltCoPolice Officer Amy Caprio was killed in the line of duty. Today, officers are wearing mourning bands on their badges. Officer Caprio’s plaque is on the wall at the Parkville Precinct along with Officer Jeffrey Neal. @WMAR2News pic.twitter.com/pBqTHRhXBN— Erin MacPherson (@ErinTVnews) May 21, 2019