Join host Robert Mumby and co-host Leslie Greenly Smith with the Harford County Public Library this Friday, October 4 on “The Harford Edge”. In his book, “In Pursuit: the Hunt for the Beltway Snipers”, author David Reichenbaugh tells the true crime story of the two men who terrorized our region in October 2002. Reichenbaugh was the criminal intelligence operations commander for the Maryland State Police during the investigation & served as commanding officer at the scene when the snipers were captured. He is our guest this week and will also be featured at a “Meet the Author” event at the Bel Air Library on Saturday, October 26 11am-noon. Find “The Harford Edge” on the radio at WAMD 970am, and on the Web at www.khztv.com/wamd. The “Harford Edge” airs LIVE every Friday morning at 9:00 a.m., and features local news, plus in-depth interviews with leaders, innovators and artists from Harford County and beyond. It is rebroadcast every Saturday at 9:00 a.m., and is brought to you by the Harford County Public Library. So good you have to hear it again? Go here for podcasts of our previous shows: http://hcplonline.org/podcasts.php or http://libraryontheradio.org/
It is a real honor for me to appear on Live Radio to talk about my State Police Career, experiences, and talk about my book In Pursuit the Hunt for the Beltway Snipers. We will discuss the book, how I went from Trooper to Published Author and wherever the conversation takes us. Tune in and listen. If you have any questions I believe I will be able to take some questions from listeners.
Reichenbaugh who remains active in Law enforcement writes from his home in Keedysville Maryland surrounded by his wife, and 8 grand children. He is currently working on his second novel a fictional tale based on a True Crime event in Frederick County Maryland.