Regional Recap, October 30, 2013

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School Investigates Cases Of Cyberbullying.  An Annapolis High School student took a photo of another student without his or her knowledge, and the photo ended up on social media, Anne Arundel County Public Schools spokesman Bob Mosier told 11 News. The student texted the picture along with an inappropriate comment to several students, and the photo ended up on a social media site, Mosier said.

Delegate Don Dwyer Involved In Car Accident.  Anne Arundel County Delegate Don Dwyer was involved in a car crash in Pasadena on Tuesday morning, but police said it wasn’t his fault.  Police said Misti Lynn Boggs, 29, of Glen Burnie, ran a red light along Magothy Bridge Road near Route 100, striking Dwyer’s car around 11 a.m.

Delegate Honored For Helping To Keep Young Drivers Safe.  Outgoing state Delegate James Malone was honored Tuesday for his dedication to keeping the state’s youngest drivers safe. He’s considered by many Maryland officials to be the driving force behind big changes on state roads over the past two decades. Leaders of the Maryland Teen Safe Driving Coalition are calling Malone a champion for road safety.

Operation Eagle Progression Nets 37 Distracted Drivers.  The Anne Arundel County Police Department announced results from their latest distracted driving campaign. Thousands of accidents occur every year in the state of Maryland as a result of some form of distracted driving behavior. Police said although all forms of distracted driving are dangerous, the use of handheld cellphones, specifically texting and web surfing, causes drivers to take their eyes off the road more than any other form of distracted driving.

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