Retired Maryland State Police Lieutenant helps celebrate the grand opening of the National Law Enforcement Museum in Judiciary Square Washington D.C. by presenting CEO Craig Floyd with an autographed Copy of his new book In Pursuit the Hunt for the Beltway Snipers. The beltway sniper case along with many other cases, investigations, and artifacts are on full display at the brand new museum. The museum tells the story of American Law Enforcement and the men and women who have stood the thin blue line. For Reichenbaugh it was an honor to donate a signed copy of his book for inclusion in the museum library.
In Pursuit the Hunt for the Beltway Snipers is available in book stores and on on line. Link on the link below to get your copy.
Retired Maryland State Police Lt David Reichenbaugh hit the road with his new book In Pursuit the Hunt for the Beltway Snipers during the last weekend of September and the first week of October. His book about the inside story about the investigation, hunt and capture of the beltway snipers was welcomed with enthusiastic audiences who asked a ton of questions and shared their stories of how the two blood thirsty killers that went on a 23 day shooting spree across 2 states and the District of Columbia affected their lives. Reichenbaugh made stops at the Baltimore Book Festival, Four Seasons Books in Sherperdstown West Virginia, Barnes & Noble, Frederick Maryland, Scrawl Books, Reston Virginia, City Books, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, and finally The New Atlantic Independent Booksellers Association in Baltimore Maryland
In Pursuit is now available in fine book stores and on line at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Indie Bound
David Reichenbaugh appeared on stage at the 2018 Baltimore Book Festival in conversation with Tom Mauriello, Lecturer at the University of Maryland’s Criminal Justice Program, and owner of Forensiq. The two discussed David’s new book In Pursuit the Hunt for the Beltway Snipers. The discussion was well attended and the author signed books at the conclusion of the presentation. His new book will be released tomorrow on October 2nd and is already in book stores.
Retired Maryland State Police Lieutenant David Reichenbaugh and author of In Pursuit the Hunt for the Beltway Snipers, to be released on October 2nd 2018, was interviewed by John “Jay” Wiley, radio talk show host of Law Enforcement Today. Jay and Reichenbaugh had a candid discussion about the sniper investigation, its impact on not only the Mid Atlantic Region, but the entire nation. The taped interview went for close to 4o minutes and Reichenbaugh discussed his role in the investigation as well as the importenance of his new book In Pursuit the Hunt for the Beltway Snipers from a historical perspective. The interview will be broadcast on associated radio stations across the nation next week. It will also be available the following Monday as a pod cast on lawenforcement today.com.
Check out the interview and hear from the author directly. The book will be released on October 2nd and will be in book stores around the area and the nation. It is also available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Indie bound. Retired Lt. Reichenbaugh will also be at the Baltimore Book Festival on Saturday September 29th at noon on the Inner Harbor stage where he will be in conversation about In Pursuit the Hunt for the Beltway Snipers, with Tom Maureillo, University of Maryland Criminal Just Department Professor and owner of ForensiQ, He will follow up with a book signing and his new book In Pursuit the Hunt for the Beltway Snipers which will be available at the Festival.