Anne Arundel County police spokesman Justin Mulcahy will be leaving the department after seven years for a position with Baltimore Gas and Electric.
Mulcahy announced Friday his start date in Senior Communications in the Baltimore office will be Sept. 8.
"While I am leaving this position, I look forward to my new role at BGE and anticipate continuing the relationships that have already been forged," he said in an email to members of the Baltimore and Washington D.C. media.
"My hope is to maintain the same cell phone number that I currently utilize for continuity purposes, but I will pass along all of my contact information once I start."
Mulcahy's announcement comes weeks after the director of media relations Lt. T.J. Smith announced he was taking a year-long, unpaid leave of absence to work as the civilian spokesman for the Baltimore Police Department.
Smith was asked to accept the position by Interim Baltimore Police Chief Kevin Davis, previously Anne Arundel County police chief, as a way to help the Baltimore department that has been under scrutiny since civil unrest erupted into riots back in April.
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