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Regional Recap, June 13, 2012

| June 13, 2012, 09:05 AM | 0 Comments

Teens Throw Bottle Bomb At 6-Year Old Girl. Officers from Anne Arundel County’s Eastern District said they arrested two juveniles after a bottle bomb was thrown at a 6-year-old girl at an elementary school. The incident happened at Sunset Elementary School in the 8500 block of Fort Smallwood Road in Pasadena at about 6:30 p.m. on Monday.

Man Victim Of Strong Arm Robbery In Glen Burnie.  Authorities said a pizza delivery man was the victim of a strong-arm robbery in Glen Burnie.Police were called to the 400 block of Norvelle Court at about 10 p.m. after a 26-year-old man reported two men approached his vehicle following a pizza delivery. The victim told police the pair punched and pushed him to the ground before stealing an undisclosed amount of money and fleeing on foot.

Obama Visits, Raises Funds In Baltimore.  President Barack Obama stopped in Baltimore on Tuesday to raise funds for his re-election bid and talk with supporters about the biggest issue of this year’s presidential campaign — fixing the economy. The president appeared at a fundraising event at the Hyatt Regency Hotel at the Inner Harbor. According to a Democratic official, nearly 600 people attended the Hyatt event, which cost donors between $250 and $10,000. Obama spoke at the event for about 30 minutes.

How To Get To Sailabration, Avoid Delays. Excitement is building for Baltimore’s Star Spangled Sailabration that will take place on sea and in the air beginning Wednesday. But for anyone trying to get around downtown on land, organizers said to leave home early, arrive at events early and plan ahead. More than  200,000 people are expected throughout the event,  11 News reporter Rob Roblin said.

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