Top Police, Fire Headlines from January
Patch reported on several police and fire incidents last month including two arson's involving juveniles.
Here’s a recap of some of the police and fire-related stories published on Edgewater-Davidsonville Patch in January. To read more, click on the link.
Police: Suspicious Incident Not an Attempted Abduction
Police located a child safe and unharmed after a reported possible abduction attempt in Selby-on-the-Bay. After an investigation, officers determined there was no intent to commit abduction or assault the victim.
Three Teens Charged with Arson in SUV Fire
Anne Arundel County fire investigators charged three teens with arson in a Jan. 21 vehicle fire in Davidsonville. All three teens were charged with first-degree malicious burning, second-degree conspiracy to commit arson, first-degree conspiracy to commit malicious burning and malicious destruction of property.
Crews Battle House Fire in Edgewater
Anne Arundel County firefighters responded to a house fire on Grange Road in Edgewater on Jan. 23. It took 37 firefighters about 45 minutes to battle the blaze.
2 Hospitalized after Vehicle Crash in Edgewater
The two males suffered life-threatening injuries in the accident at the intersection of 1241 Shore Dr. and Oldtown Road on Jan. 19.
County Cop Involved in Animal Cruelty Investigation
An 11-year veteran of the Anne Arundel County Police Department was placed on administrative duty with his police powers suspended while an investigation is conducted into his dog’s medical issues.
Police Arrest 'Wanted' Man Following Traffic Incident Near Safeway
Officers arrested a man wanted by the Annapolis Police Department in Edgewater on Jan. 14 in connection to car theft charges.
Facing Murder Charges, Woman Turns Herself In at Southern Station
An Annapolis woman surrendered to police at the Southern District Police Station in Edgewater—facing multiple charges in a murder for hire plot, according to Anne Arundel County police.