Stun Gun Puppy Robbery, Student Prostitution Scandal and an Animal Hoarding Case: Maryland Weird News
We compiled some of the strangest headlines to hit Maryland this week.
Three people have been charged in an Aug. 30 Baltimore County incident in which a stun gun was used as a weapon in an attempt to steal a puppy belonging to an acquaintance, according to police.
DeMatha Catholic High School's principal, Dr. Dan McMahon, in Hyattsville, confirms reports that five of its student-athletes on the football team hired three prostitutes and sneaked them into the team hotel.
Edgewood High School and Edgewood Middle School were locked down recently after a suspicious man was running around the campus.
A judge dropped animal cruelty charges against a woman on trial for being responsible for the 40 dead animals found in January in a Columbia townhome.
Police: 5-Year-Old Takes Methadone, Father Charged
An investigation revealed suspected cocaine, marijuana, heroin and a loaded gun inside of the home.
"You will never look at the Historic District of Annapolis in the same way," reads the tagline for the book.
Two suspects led Howard County Police from North Laurel into Baltimore County while attempting to serve a drug warrant.
A 20-year-old Hyattsville man is charged with attempted murder after admitting to stabbing the victim after paying for sex.