Regional Recap, April 22, 2013

| April 22, 2013
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3 Bodies Found In Separate Annapolis Incidents. Police in Annapolis said they found three bodies in cars in two separate incidents over the weekend. The most recent body was discovered around 4:30 p.m. Sunday in the parking lot of a condo complex in the 200 block of Victor Parkway. The man’s identity has not been released. Police said they do not believe that his body is connected to the discovery of a pair of bodies in a car in a gas station parking lot in the 1200 block of Forest Drive.

Man Uses Stolen Credit Cards To Rent Redbox Movies. A man used a stolen credit card to rent movies at a Redbox in Glen Burnie, according to police. Anne Arundel County police said the card was used at the Redbox machine in the 200 block of Oak Manor Drive on Tuesday morning. Police on Friday released a photo of the suspected thief. Police said the suspect stole credit cards from a car.

Mids Cheer On Wounded Warrior Bike Riders. The Naval Academy gave a special tribute Friday to those cycling through Annapolis as part of the Wounded Warrior Project’s Soldier Ride. The Soldier Ride is a four-day event that brings together wounded soldiers as a chance to bond and focus on healing physical, mental and emotional wounds. As the riders traveled through the Naval Academy early Friday, midshipmen lined the streets, cheering them on.

New Raven Arrested In Alabama. One of the newest additions to the world champion Baltimore Ravens was arrested in his home state over the weekend. Officers in Alabama arrested newly-signed linebacker Rolando McClain on Sunday night and charged him with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest in the town of Decatur. Few details about the incident are known; however, this was not McClain’s first run-in with the law.

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