Regional Recap, October 4, 2013

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Man Arrested In Smash And Grab Burglaries.  Anne Arundel County police said they arrested a man they believe is responsible for at least nine smash-and-grab burglaries throughout the county. Anne Arundel County Police Department received an alarm call from Parks Liquors at 454 East Bay Front Road in Deale around 10:30 p.m. Sept. 20. Officers arrived on scene and confirmed that a burglary took place at the business.

Comptroller Touts health Care Tax Credits.  The state comptroller rolled out on Thursday a new phase of his statewide initiative to help small businesses get health care tax credits. The effort began over the summer as a pilot program targeting small businesses in Howard County. The comptroller’s office has teamed up with the Maryland Health Care For All Coalition to get the word out.

No Charges Filed In Fatal Annapolis Parade Case.  Investigators on Thursday said no charges will be filed against the driver who unknowingly killed a 7-year-old child in the Annapolis Fourth of July parade. Police said Kyle Aldridge, 7, of Baltimore, was a passenger on a trailer that was being used as a float for the Annapolis Independence Day parade. The trailer was carrying a motorcycle that was used to simulate wheelies.

Woman In DC Chase Dies; Clues Sought.  After all the chaos and gunfire, still remains the question: Why did a woman with a young child try to drive into a blocked entrance near the White House? The woman, identified by law enforcement officials as 34-year-old Miriam Carey, was shot dead Thursday. But why? Investigators searched for clues at the woman’s Stamford, Conn., home into the evening, law enforcement sources said. Police and bomb squad units surrounded an apartment complex there. But authorities gave little official word on what was found
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