Regional Recap, February 13, 2013

| February 13, 2013
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Crews Work To Contain Annapolis Tanker Fire.  Fire crews worked to contain a 3,000-gallon fuel tanker fire that went up in flames in Annapolis late Tuesday afternoon. SkyTeam 11 was over the scene along the 7300 block of Edgewood Road in Annapolis, where crews had to spray foam to contain the flames and make sure the fuel didn’t spill into the water.  (Note: See Eye On Annapolis coverage)

Police Make Arrest In Fatal Glen Burnie Shooting. Anne Arundel County police have arrested a 28-year-old man in connection with a fatal shooting outside of a Glen Burnie bar. Police said 31-year-old Sir Keith English Queen Jones was shot several times at Dietrich’s Tavern in the 7300 block of East Furnace Branch Road on Dec. 30. He later died at Baltimore Washington Medical Center.

Police: Glen Burnie Gravesite Thief Arrested. A Pasadena man has been arrested in connection to gravesite thefts, including some graves of World War II veterans. Anne Arundel County police investigators said they recently recovered multiple bronze gravesite vases and markers stolen during the summer of 2012 from a home in Glen Burnie. Police said the markers were stolen from gravesites in the Glen Haven Memorial Park in the 7200 block of Ritchie Highway in Glen Burnie.

Kendel Ehrlich To Join Leopold Replacement Forum. Former Maryland first lady Kendel Ehrlich, the wife of former Gov. Bob Ehrlich, could be jumping into the political scene. This Thursday, Mrs. Ehrlich will join Republican Delegate Steve Schuh and U.S. Senate candidate Dan Bongino in a forum for candidates seeking to replace John Leopold as Anne Arundel County executive.

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