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Police & Fire
Man admits to filing false report after arrest.
Police said a stolen car was the cause of a five-car motor vehicle accident on Friday.
Police say the copper wire was taken from a construction site on Cedar Park Road.
Most guns were from family members who did not want the weapons of their deceased relatives, according to a release.
Police found vials of PCP hidden in a cigarette pack, according to a police report.
Annapolis Police and the Attorney General are asking the public to help safely dispose of unwanted firearms this weekend.
In separate incidents on Creek Drive, a vehicle and home were broken into, but no items appeared to be missing, according to Annapolis police.
A suspect used a knife in a robbery on Tyler Avenue Sunday.
Police also reported a stolen taxi cab.
The three-alarm fire was quickly brought under control.
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