Reward Offered For Info On Who Shot Cat. The Humane Society is offering a reward for information leading to the person who shot a cat with an arrow in Anne Arundel County. Officials said a homeowner found Xena, the cat, near Riva Road in Davidsonville last week with a two-foot-long arrow from a crossbow in her neck. Xena survived the attack and is now recovering at the Rude Ranch Animal Rescue and will eventually be available for adoption.
Anne Arundel Seniors Rake In $127M In Scholarship Dollars. Schools may be out for the summer, but they’re still counting scholarship money in Anne Arundel County. Students in this year’s graduating class were offered more than $127 million. In fact, students at one school were offered nearly $22 million. Millions of scholarship dollars offered to members of the class of 2013 came on the heels of lots of planning and hard work.
Police: Man Used Business As Front For Prostitution. A man using a party promotion business as a front for human trafficking was among three people arrested in a prostitution bust, Anne Arundel County police said. Detectives said they found an online advertisement under the Baltimore adult services escort section “Backpage” that contained photos of a young-looking woman.
Knife-Wielding Robber Holds Up Glen Burnie Store. Anne Arundel County police said they are looking for a knife-wielding robber. Officers were called to the 7-Eleven Store in the 7100 block of Ritchie Highway in Glen Burnie for a report of a robbery around 12:50 a.m. Monday. An employee told police that a man came into the store, displayed a knife and demanded money. The robber took cash and fled on foot north on Crain Highway.