Regional Recap, December 12, 2012

| December 12, 2012
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Driver Sought After Fatal Hit-And-Run Crash On I-97. Maryland State Police said they are investigating a hit-and-run on Interstate 97 early Tuesday morning that killed a man who may have been carried on the hood of the hit-and-run vehicle for hundreds of feet. Investigators said around 3:15 a.m. Tuesday, Scott J. Olczak, 31, of Pasadena, was driving with a passenger northbound on I-97 in a 2009 Isuzu street-sweeper truck when it reached the area between Route 32 and Benfield Boulevard.

Anne Arundel County To Increase Patrols To Reduce Holiday Crashes. It’s been a dangerous year on Maryland roads. On the heels of a fatal hit-and-run on Interstate 97 on Tuesday, Anne Arundel County police have launched a new campaign called “35 to Save Lives” that will put more patrol officers on the roads in an effort to reduce crashes during the holiday season.

Man Tells Police Wife Dead At Glen Burnie Home.  Anne Arundel County police said a Glen Burnie death has been ruled natural. Police said an officer stopped a vehicle during a traffic stop at West Ordnance Road and Roberts Court at 11 p.m. Monday. Authorities said the driver told the officer that his wife was dead inside their home in the 6600 block of Roberts Court and asked officers to check on her. Officers went to the home and found the unresponsive 50-year-old woman. She was pronounced dead at the scene by the Anne Arundel County Fire Department.

Target Gives Anne Arundel School $11k.  One Anne Arundel County children’s center received an early Christmas gift. The little learners, their parents and teachers were at the Ferndale Early Education Center in Glen Burnie as Target employees presented them with $11,000. The funds are part of Target’s Reading Readiness Skills Through Technology grant. The monetary award will go toward purchasing iPads for the school’s literacy program.

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