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Regional Recap, December 4, 2012

| December 04, 2012, 09:05 AM | 0 Comments

Water main Breaks Close Anne Arundel Roads. Two water main breaks, one in Odenton and one in Severna Park, have shut down some Anne Arundel County roads Tuesday morning. The 12-inch water main break in Odenton was reported overnight at Odenton Road and Stoney Hill Court. DPW crews are also working to fix a smaller main break on Swinton Way at St. Bee’s Drive in Severna Park.

Boy Attacked By Bulldogs At Aunt’s Home. A 7-year-old Anne Arundel County boy is recovering after being attacked by a pair of dogs in Pasadena over the weekend. Officials told 11 News that the boy’s aunt called police around 5:30 p.m. Saturday, telling them her boyfriend’s two American bulldogs attacked the child at their home in the 3400 block of Barnsley Court.

Drug Arrests In Brooklyn Park.  Anne Arundel County police said they arrested three people in connection with illegal drugs. Authorities said during surveillance, undercover detectives approached the two women in the area of Ritchie Highway and Hammonds Lane in Brooklyn Park on Wednesday. Police said two women sold undercover detectives crack cocaine and offered prostitution services.

Maryland Zoo Introduces New Giraffe, Lioness. Visitors to the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore can now check out two its newest additions: a baby giraffe and lioness. Kesi is a 2-year-old reticulated giraffe, and Badu is a 2-year-old African lioness. “We are very happy to welcome these two animals to our zoo,” said zoo President Don Hutchinson. “Each will help create a new dynamic with their respective herd or pride, and we hope that our visitors will enjoy learning about them and their species during their visits to the zoo.

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