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Regional Recap, May 16, 2013


Anne Arundel’s Chief Law Enforcement Officer Retires. Anne Arundel County’s chief law enforcement officer State’s Attorney Frank Weathersbee on Wednesday announced his retirement from the position to accept an appointment by Gov. Martin O’Malley. “Frank Weathersbee brings more than 40 years’ experience as a prosecutor to the Maryland Parole Commission,” O’Malley. ”

3 Teens Arrested In Series Of Pasadena BurglariesAnne Arundel County police said they’ve arrested three teenagers in connection with a series of burglaries in the Pasadena area. Officers told 11 News they were called to a robbery in progress at a home in the 7700 block of Suitt Drive around 1:15 p.m. Monday. When they got there, they searched the home but didn’t find anyone.

Man Sentenced For Repeatedly Raping Teen. A Baltimore man has been sentenced for repeatedly raping a 13-year-old girl in a vacant home. A judge has decided to send Alvin Ray Wright Sr. to four life terms, plus 25 years in prison for the attack, which happened in October 2011 at home near the 800 block of North Caroline Street. Police said that’s where Wright beat and sexually assaulted the victim.

Stolen Historic Documents Returned To Baltimore. The FBI and national archive officials are in the process of returning thousands of historical documents to their original owners, including owners in Baltimore. The documents were stolen nearly two years ago by a pair of thieves who were eventually caught red-handed. Barry Landau and Jason Savedoff pleaded guilty to stealing more than 10,000 historical documents. The pair is serving prison time while those documents are making their way back to their rightful owners, including the Maryland Historical Society.

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