Sunday, January 27, 2013
This week Patch reported that an AutoZone is coming to Edgewater and that three juveniles were charged with arson.
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. 3 Youths Charged with Arson in Boat Fire Anne Arundel County fire investigators have charged two 12-year-old girls and a 13-year-old boy with arson in Tuesday night’s boat fire in Edgewater. 2. Muddy Creek Road Construction Delayed to Spring Construction at the Muddy Creek Road intersection is being delayed until spring, when warmer temperatures will allow for line painting. 3. AutoZone Coming to Edgewater An AutoZone will soon take up residence in Edgewater. Construction crews have already begun work on Route 2. According to Tracie Reynolds, a spokesperson for Anne Arundel Planning and Zoning, permits for …
Friday, January 25, 2013
Two 12-year-old girls and one 13-year-old boy are charged with arson in an Edgewater boat fire Tuesday night.
Anne Arundel County fire investigators have charged two 12-year-old girls and a 13-year-old boy with arson in Tuesday night’s boat fire in Edgewater. According to the Anne Arundel County Fire Department, the three youths were arrested on juvenile citations and have been charged with first-degree malicious burning, second-degree malicious burning, reckless endangerment and making a false statement to a police officer. All three were released into the custody of their parents. The boat fire occurred in the 1000 block of Old Turkey Point Road in Edgewater just before 8 p.m. Fire officials said the boat was completely involved in flames between two homes. It took 29 firefighters 20 minutes to battle the blaze. An investigation into the fire …
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
The boat caught fire in a backyard on Tuesday, according to a fire department spokesman.
Anne Arundel County firefighters responded Tuesday to a boat fire in the backyard of a home at 1037 Old Turkey Point Rd. in Mayo. According to Lt. Jack Beall, they got a call at 5:42 p.m. Tuesday and responded to find a 30-foot boat on a trailer fully engulfed. It took 29 firefighters to put out the blaze, and it was reportedly under control shortly before 6:30 p.m.