Police say 18-year-old Norman Hardy and his 14-year-old cousin entered the school through a door that had been propped open.
Two teenagers were arrested Wednesday morning for trespassing at Old Mill High School, and at least one of the teens entered the school twice without permission, police and school officials said. Neither of the teens are students at Old Mill, but one was as recently as February. While police and school officials said the pair were just there to socialize, one of the teens was charged with weapons violations after three knives were found in a backpack. Read the full story on Odenton-Severn Patch.
Anne Arundel County police say a man charged with trespassing at the Glen Burnie high school owns several guns and ammunition.
Anne Arundel County police announced Wednesday that a man who reportedly trespassed into North County High School in Glen Burnie on Monday is also the legal owner of several guns, ammunition and a silencer. In a letter sent to parents Wednesday, North County Principal William Heiser said no students were in contact or threatened by the intruder. "I want to be emphatically clear that at no time did the man speak to any students and at no time did he make any threats to our school, employees, or our students," Heiser said in the letter. Police charged Justin Matthew Beaumont, 25, of Glen Burnie with trespassing on posted property. Beaumont attended North County High School for two months in 2002, before transferring, and also served in the …