Regional Recap, May 23, 2012

| May 23, 2012
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Gary Giordano Charged With Indecent Exposure In Annapolis. he man who federal authorities have investigated in the disappearance of an American tourist in Aruba was charged in Annapolis last week with indecent exposure after a police officer reported seeing him engaged in sexual activities. Gary Vincent Giordano, 51, was charged shortly after 5:45 p.m. Friday with indecent exposure after he was seen with a Tennessee woman inside a sport utility vehicle parked in a parking garage in the 100 block of Gorman Street in Annapolis, according to a police report obtained by WBAL-TV 11 News.

Thousands Of Dead Fish Surface In Marley Creek. Maryland environmental officials are investigating a fish kill at an Anne Arundel County creek after the discovery of 6,000 dead fish floating in Marley Creek. Environmental officials said they believe recent algae blooms and a large amount of recent rainfall in the Glen Burnie area may have contributed to the deaths.

Two Students Win Thousands In Scholarships.  Two young men who competed in the Four-Way Test of Rotary International competition each won scholarships worth more than $1,000. Two seniors at Rockbridge Academy, a classical and Christian school in Millersville, were recently honored at an awards ceremony.

Pit Bull Owners Parade Dogs In Protest. Dozens of pit bulls and their owners flocked to the Inner Harbor in Baltimore on Sunday for the B-More Dog Pit Bulls On Parade event. Organizers told 11 News that they want people to see that pit bulls are actually “family-friendly” dogs, despite a recent court ruling that labeled pit bulls as inherently dangerous animals.

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