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Noah H Blonder, 21, of Crofton, Dies Following Early Morning Severna Park Crash

A 21-year old Crofton resident has died following an early morning vehicle crash in Severna Park. Officials say shortly before 4:00am on June 5, 2021, a 2015 Honda Civic crashed into a parked car causing that vehicle to hit a house in the 700 block of Baltimore Annapolis Blvd. Noah Blonder, the vehicle's passenger, was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the vehicle was transported to an area hospital with serious injuries.
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Maryland State Police Arrest Gambrils Man For Sexual Solicitation Of A Minor

Maryland State Police arrested a man Monday on charges he solicited sex from an undercover trooper who was posing as a child over the Internet in Anne Arundel County. Catalino Lopez Cordova, 42, of Gambrills, Maryland, is charged with one count of sexual solicitation of a minor. He was transported to the Anne Arundel County Detention Center where he is being held without bond.
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Police Seize Loaded Gun From Teen in Brooklyn Park

Anne Arundel County Police seized a loaded gun from an 18-year old suspect in Brooklyn Park. On June 8, 2021 at approximately 3:50 p.m., officers responded to the area of West Meadow Road and Belle Grove Road in Brooklyn Park for a report of a subject waving a handgun in the air. When officers arrived, a witness identified the male with the handgun. The suspect began to flee as officers exited their vehicles, however was quickly apprehended after a foot pursuit.
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ATM Machine Stolen From Daddy Pa’s Store in Brooklyn Park; 3 Suspects Sought

Investigators are searching for the suspects who stole an ATM machine from Daddy Pa's Convenience Store in Brooklyn Park. On June 2, 2021 at 10:25 p.m., officers responded to the store located at 4114 Belle Grove Road. The caller indicated two subjects were attempting to steal an ATM machine from the business. Officers on scene were advised that three suspects arrived in a gray Ram pickup truck; suspect 2 entered the business, then quickly exited while talking on a cell phone. Suspects 1 and 3 then entered and proceeded directly to a standalone ATM machine in the rear of the business, picked up the ATM machine and carried it out of the front door to the pickup truck.
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Baltimore man steals ambulance to drive himself to the hospital while suffering heart attack

A man was arrested on Monday for stealing an ambulance that he used to drive himself to the hospital while suffering a heart attack. The 38-year-old man hopped in the driver’s seat and found the keys in the ignition when members of a Baltimore City Fire Department medical unit left the keys in the ignition as they went inside a nearby residence, according to the police report, which was obtained by the Washington Examiner.
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Novavax’s COVID-19 vaccine demonstrates 90% efficacy

Novavax (NSDQ:NVAX) announced today that its COVID-19 vaccine demonstrated 90.4% efficacy in protecting against COVID-19. Gaithersburg, Md.-based Novavax’s recombinant nanoparticle protein-based COVID-19 vaccine demonstrated 100% protection against moderate and severe disease, with 90.4% efficacy overall as it met the primary endpoint in the Prevent-19 pivotal Phase 3 trial. Get the...
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Severe storms may strike after dark Monday in D.C. area

A strong cold front sweeping across the Washington region tonight may produce a line of strong to severe storms. The most likely time window for storminess is between about 8 p.m. and 2 a.m, affecting the western part of our region first. The storms could produce scattered damaging wind gusts...
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Reports of Sick, Dying Birds Across the DMV

The Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources is seeing an influx of sick and dying birds, here's what you need to know. In Virginia, Maryland, D.C., and West Virginia, residents are reporting an influx of sick and dying birds, many of them with eye issues, the Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources reports. Local wildlife managers have received more than 325 reports of sick and dying birds across the Commonwealth.