Top 5: Arson, Suspicious Incident, Leopold Resigns
This week Patch featured an update on the Muddy Creek intersection and reported on an art show to honor a former Summit School student.
Here's a recap of some of the top news from Edgewater-Davidsonville Patch this week. To read more on any story click on the link.
1. Police: Suspicious Incident Not an Attempted Abduction
Police located a child safe and unharmed Wednesday after a reported possible abduction attempt in Selby-on-the-Bay. After an investigation, they determined there was not any intent to commit abduction or assault the victim.
2. Muddy Creek Road Update: Paving Delayed to Spring
The line painting and paving at the Muddy Creek Road intersection has all been delayed until spring when crews can work at non-peak travel hours and in better weather.
3. Three Teens Charged with Arson in SUV Fire
Anne Arundel County fire investigators have charged three teens with arson in a Jan. 21 vehicle fire in Davidsonville. According to the Anne Arundel County Fire Department, two 16-year-old males and one 17-year-old-male were arrested on juvenile citations.
4. Art Show Honors Former Summit School Student’s Memory
When Hannah Carr was just 11 years old, she lost her sister, Elizabeth, to a brain tumor. Ten years later, 21-year-old Carr and the Elizabeth Carr Memorial Fund (ECMF) have organized Art from the Heart, a silent art auction to honor her Elizabeth’s memory.
5. Leopold Resigns as County Executive
John Leopold resigned as Anne Arundel County Executive on Friday, after a judge found him guilty earlier this week on two counts of misconduct.