WEIRD NEWS: Up-skirt Peeper, Casino Traffic Jam
Patch rounds up the weirdest Maryland headlines from the week.
Police: Man Shot While Tattooing Friend
Witnesses report that gunshots entered the Glen Burnie home from across the street. It's unclear if the shooting was random or targeted, according to Anne Arundel County police.
Man Dies After Being Struck by Boat's Propeller
Lewis Jack Sprouse, 29, was using a trotline when his leg became tangled and he fell overboard.
Arrest Made in Up-skirt Peeper Case
A Silver Spring man has been charged in a scheme to shoot videos angled under the skirts of several Takoma Park women without their knowledge, according to Takoma Park Police.
Bee Stings Send 12 Toddlers to Hospital
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue (MCFR) were dispatched to Temple Emmanuel of Maryland in Kensington after a dozen 2-year-olds were stung by bees during a fire drill. Officials said none of the toddlers were seriously hurt.
State Highway Administration Nudges Casino Officials for More Notice
Free gambling Wednesday caused highways around Arundel Mills to turn into parking lots, according to drivers.
Rockville Resident Finds Nearly Naked Stranger Asleep on Couch
A Rockville man who went fishing caught a surprise when he got home—there was a stranger asleep on the man's couch while wearing only white socks.
New Cameras To Watch Old Cameras Coming to Pr. George's
Citing property damage, Prince George’s County will roll out cameras to watch speed cameras.
Police: Grandson Suspected in Double Homicide, Found in Oklahoma
Matthew Long, the 31-year-old grandson who has been missing after his grandparents were found dead in their Sudbrook Park home, is in a hospital.