A Homemade Helicopter Crash, Spoiled Bike Heist and Shopping Cart Scofflaws: MD Weird News
Patch brings you the weird news headlines from the week in Maryland.
Along with high-profile legislation that would repeal the death penalty and strengthen gun control, Maryland’s General Assembly is considering making it more expensive for people caught stealing shopping carts.
The National Transportation Safety Board and Federal Aviation Administration are investigating the incident.
One 13-year-old, two 14-year-olds and a 17-year-old are believed to be involved with a string of burglaries that began in November, police said.
Remember the Salahis? They soared to fame for crashing a White House party thrown by the Obamas. Now, a company founded by Tareq Salahi, the alleged White House party-crashing reality TV star-turned Virginia gubernatorial candidate, owes a Rockville transportation company $34,000 for unpaid bills,
An investigation revealed that the girl was not in danger so Anne Arundel County police say there should be no additional concerns related to this incident.
A victim drove himself to the hospital after being shot in a robbery attempt.
A 9-month-old child's death was deemed suspicious earlier Tuesday. The mother is in critical condition after attempting suicide, police said.
The thief was nearly able to get away with a bike stolen from a yard in Hampden.
Two times in the last nine days in North Baltimore, residents have driven off in cars the city placed parking boots on—taking the boot with them.
Editor’s Note: This feature is posted across several Patch.com sites in Maryland.