Regional Recap, May 17, 2013

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Police: Man Arrested For Bomb Threat At School. An 18-year-old Baltimore man has been arrested for making a bomb threat, police said. Around 8:45 a.m. Thursday, the school resource officer assigned to Old Mill High School received information from school officials that someone posted information on social media indicating that he was planning to plant bombs in the wooded area outside the Old Mill School Complex in the 600 block of Patriot Lane in Millersville.

Police Ask Public’s Help Finding VandalsAnne Arundel County police are asking for the public’s help to find vandals who are damaging homes and vehicles. Pictures of persons of interest were released Thursday by police. Police said they’ve responded to numerous complaints of destruction to homes and autos in the Gambrills and Crofton areas in April. Authorities said in several of the incidents vandals threw large landscaping bricks and boulders through car and house windows.

Anne Arundel County Police: 2 Suspected Drug Dealers Arrested. Two suspected drug dealers were arrested after an investigation that spanned two months, Anne Arundel County police said. During April and May, police said investigators learned two people were distributing cocaine in the Glen Burnie and Pasadena areas of Anne Arundel County. Police said detectives conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle on Route 10 South near Furnace Branch Road around 7 p.m. Monday, where they arrested the pair.

O’Malley Signs Controversial Gun Bill.  Gov. Martin O’Malley signed one of the toughest gun control measures in the country into law Thursday, but even before the ink dries, opponents aim to kill the bill — either through the courts or by referendum. A petition drive is underway to put the law before voters while other groups vow a court battle. “The (National Rifle Association) is going to choose forum shopping. They are going to look for a conservative right wing leaning judge,” Senate President Mike Miller said.

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