Gravesite Thefts, a Smithsonian Parking Scheme and a Star Wars Invasion: MD Weird News
Patch brings you weird news headlines from around Maryland.
The Maryland Chapter of the 501st Legion went all out on Saturday at the Broadneck Library, displaying their costuming skills for everyone in attendance.
Investigators arrested a Pasadena man in connection with the theft of property from a Glen Burnie graveyard.
A University of Maryland Baltimore police trainee was shot in the head during a training exercise in Owings Mills Tuesday.
An Anne Arundel County man was arrested Tuesday at a New York airport for the murder of a Frederick County man whose body was found in the trunk of his car near the Shady Grove Metro station in Rockville.
A 37-year-old Silver Spring man pleaded guilty to swindling a Smithsonian parking facility out of nearly $500,000 over three years, saying that he stowed some of the cash in his home and used another portion to invest in Ethiopian real estate.
A man was approached by three men and one of the men offered to buy the man’s shoes. When the man bent down to remove his shoes, the other men pushed him down, punched and kicked him.
Police said a Burtonsville man exposed himself twice inside the Mall in Columbia.
Well this is a new way to get caught: leave your ID at the crime scene.
Medfield Man Robbed at Gunpoint, Keeps Wallet
Robbers allowed a man to keep his wallet after he pleaded with them not to take his billfold.
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