The new sheriff in town is determined to make a difference in the lives of Baltimore City residents.

The sheriff's effort involves ridding streets of abandoned and broken-down vehicles in what Sheriff Sam Cogen, who was elected to office in 2022, considers quality-of-life law enforcement. The sheriff said his deputies tow an average of six vehicles per day, amounting to about 58 vehicles towed since the enforcement began in December.

Drivers who dare to ignore no-parking zones, for example, now face getting towed faster than they can call 311.

As part of her full-time duties, Deputy Stacey Dickens is a tow truck operator with the Baltimore City Sheriff's Office.... Read More: WBAL TV