Police say recent incidents include the arrest of a man who reportedly took six bottles of Dove body wash and disposable razors from a Main Street store in Annapolis.
A 16-year-old boy allegedly lit a roll of toilet paper on fire in a bathroon at Dulaney High School in Baltimore County, and the fire department has ruled it first-degree arson.
Anne Arundel County police say they were unable to locate the suspects after the incident.
New Orleans Kitchen Closed for Good
After opening last May, the New Orleans Kitchen and French Market in Severn closed its doors in December. Owners originally said they were seeking new investors, but announced this week that the restaurant will not re-open.
Two laptops, $175 and five board games were stolen from the Fellowship Spiritual Church’s office while service was going on.
Gaithersburg Man Dies After Being Tasered
The 51-year-old allegedly jumped on cars, threw around large objects, and ignored police orders.
A Bel Air man dressed in a burqa, disguised his voice as a woman's and allegedly robbed a liquor store.
A man allegedly drove his pickup truck into the side of a house then backed into a second house before driving away.
Photo of the Day: Happy Earth Week!
Edgemere's giant Mr. Potato Head Pez dispenser changes faces again to honor Earth Week.
O'Malley Gives RGIII Jersey to Knesset Member from Silver Spring
In a stroke of football diplomacy, Gov. Martin O'Malley presented a jersey of Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III to Rabbi Dov Lipman while on a trade mission in Israel this week.
The incident happened at four apartments on Limestone Valley Drive in Cockeysville.
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