David Sexton

Sergeant David Sexton graduated from the University of Baltimore with a B.S., in Criminal Justice in 1991 and entered the Maryland State Police Academy in September 1993. He has been a Maryland State Trooper for over 24 years and has been assigned to the Homicide Unit for 12 years, currently assigned as the Cold Case Manager. Sergeant Sexton has investigated numerous homicides, death investigations and police involved shootings throughout his career and has attended many different training courses focusing on homicide investigation as well as cold case investigation. Sergeant Sexton has given numerous case presentations and has taught at various colleges as a guest instructor for Criminal Justice and Forensic classes. Prior to being assigned to the Homicide Unit he investigated white collar crimes at the Maryland Attorney General’s Office. Sergeant Sexton began his career at the Bel Air Barracks in Harford County where he was assigned road patrol and then was selected to be one of 4 criminal investigators for the barrack handling a multitude of crimes such as; theft, burglary, assaults, robbery, rape, and assisting with homicide investigations.