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Regional Recap, March 11, 2013

| March 11, 2013, 09:05 AM | 0 Comments

Online Editor For The Capital Accused Of Soliciting Sex.  The online news editor for an Annapolis newspaper has been charged with soliciting sex from someone he thought was a 14-year-old girl. George “Nick” Lundskow, the interactive media editor for The Annapolis Capital, was charged in Pennsylvania on Friday. Authorities said Lundskow tried to arrange sex with an undercover special agent posing in an Internet chat room as a 14-year-old girl. Authorities accuse Lundskow of using a webcam to send pictures in which he was exposing himself.

Police: Armed Teen Robs Man Of His Shoes In Mall Parking Lot. An armed 16-year-old boy stole the shoes off a man in a mall parking lot late Friday night, according to Anne Arundel County police. County police said officers were called minutes before 10 p.m. Friday to the Marley Station Mall parking lot, where they said a man’s shoes were taken at gunpoint. The victim gave the assailant his shoes and the man fled.

Man Dies In Fiery Head-On Collision. A car and a sport utility vehicle collided head-on early Saturday morning in southern Anne Arundel County, killing the car’s driver. Police said there was heavy damage to the front end of each vehicle on Chesapeake Road near Sansbury Road shortly before 5:45 a.m. Investigators said the driver of the car crossed the center line into the path of the oncoming SUV.

Anonymous Donor Makes Pet Adoptions Free. A gift from an anonymous donor makes pet adoptions free at Anne Arundel County Animal Control. Officials said from March 12 through March 16 all standard adoption fees will be paid for by the benefactor making pet adoptions free for approved adopters. Adopters will need to pass the screening process at Anne Arundel County Animal Control. Potential adopters should bring a leash and collar for dogs or a carrier for cats.

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