Weird News: 24 Pounds of Stolen Cookies, Snowball Stand Break-in and Naval Academy 'Gangnam' Style
Patch brings you weird news headlines from around Maryland.
The Great Cookie, a Towson Town Center store, was burglarized Tuesday.
Police say a burglar took nothing from an Essex home last week, but left something unusual behind.
A Middle River man's date with a co-worker takes a wrong turn when her "cousin" robs him after they leave a bar.
Midshipmen from the Naval Academy's 22nd Company created their own video to go with the popular South Korean pop song "Gangnam Style."
Stolen lawn ornaments keep turning up in Brooklyn Park’s Arundel Village neighborhood. A stash was found in the yard of a man who died.
A Bowie woman was killed when her own car backed over her in the parking lot of St. Edward the Confessor Catholic Church on Sunday afternoon, according to Bowie police.
Less than a week before summer's end, Alex's Snowball and Ice Cream Stand in Woodbine was broken into, according to Howard County police.
The man who was knocked out in a viral video of a fight at Long Reach High School in Columbia pleaded guilty to second-degree assault on Monday.
The DC media world got itself into an election-year tizzy when Politico reported that Dan Snyder planned to host a fundraiser for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney in Potomac.
Tech-crazed shoppers were lined up outside Apple stores across the region Friday to buy the new iPhone 5. But, in Lanham, Prince George's County police say, purchasers trying to save a few bucks got a lot less than they bargained for.