Two Baltimore City Police officers had their guns confiscated Saturday after an argument inside a Towson parking garage, police said.
Baltimore County Police said they were called to the Towson Square Garage for a disturbance around 2:15 a.m. Saturday. When officers arrived, police said, they found two off-duty city officers arguing. Police said county officers confiscated their service guns.
Neither man was arrested, police said.
Baltimore Police were notified of the incident and said the matter is under investigation by the Public Integrity Bureau. Department spokeswoman Lindsey Eldridge declined to comment further.
A day after the argument, two other city officers were arrested and charged in a hit-and-run in Parkville. Eldridge said that incident is also under investigation.