Regional Recap, June 20, 2012

| June 20, 2012
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Another Bottle Bomb In Pasadena. Anne Arundel County police are investigating another report of a bottle bomb being found in Pasadena. Authorities said it happened at around 615 p.m. Monday in the 1000 block of Tennant Harbor in Pasadena. Resident Jennifer Klein and the rest of her family said the noise from the bomb was an earth-shattering shock.

Police Seek Pasadena Gas Station Robber. Anne Arundel County police said they are looking for the person responsible for three Pasadena area gas station burglaries. Authorities said a man made a forced entry into the Citgo gas station in the 8800 block of Ft. Smallwood Road and took cigarettes and lottery tickets on May 31 and June 4. Police said the same man also forced his way into the Gibson Island Shell in the 4700 block of Mountain Road and took cigarettes and lottery tickets on June 4.

Annapolis Man Charged With Raping 13-Year Old Girl.  Police in Annapolis have arrested a man after the reported rape of a 13-year-old over the weekend. Police were called to Merle Court in Annapolis on Saturday after the parents of a 13-year-old girl reported that their daughter was raped by an acquaintance while the girl was at his house. Authorities said they arrested Alexander Lara, 34, and charged him with rape, sex assault and assault.

Police Issue Warning After Craigslist Robbery.  City police are warning citizens of the dangers of Craigslist.com.  The warning comes after the website was used to lure a victim to a location where they were robbed at gunpoint. It happened just before 3 p.m. Saturday. Police said a person went to Laurens and Eutaw streets in west Baltimore thinking they were going to buy a car posted online. The victim saw the vehicle they wanted, but inside were two men who said they knew nothing about the sale.

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