Weird News: A Sex Video for Trial, ‘Fifty Shades’ in College and a Stolen Church Donation Jar

Patch rounds up weird news headlines from across Maryland.

Church Donation Jar Stolen: Howard County Crime Roundup

The donation jar was stolen and a filing cabinet was ransacked after an unknown person or persons broke into Full Gospel Baptist Church in Ellicott City.

Lawyers say the 16-year-old honor student was shown "intoxicated" in a video with her accused killer, according to news reports.

Area University to Offer 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Class in 2013

Undergraduate offering to be part of American Studies program at American University.

Group of Teens Robs Man of Beer in Brooklyn Park

Anne Arundel County police are seeking information about robbery late Monday in Brooklyn Park involving several juvenile suspects.

Blog Post: Everyone Has a Boss

A Catonsville developer is not legally prohibited from making campaign donations in the future but his spouse might have something to say about the matter.

Body Of Missing Clarksburg Man Found In DC

GAITHERSBURG—Police have confirmed the body of a man found in the ventilation shaft of an apartment building in Northwest Washington, DC, is that of a missing 23-year-old Clarksburg man. Read more on Gaithersburg Patch.

GAITHERSBURG—Sunday's home playoff games in Landover and Baltimore will bring in $2.5 million each, state comptroller Peter Franchot told The Washington Post. Read more on Gaithersburg Patch.

North Baltimore Crime: Eatery's Crab Meat Swiped Christmas Eve

A man stole a case of lump crab meat, valued at $229, from Paper Moon Café after a thief tricked a prep cook into giving it to him.

Editor’s Note: This feature appears on several Patch.com sites around Maryland.

naomi chavis January 06, 2013 at 09:01 PM
I LOVED the books of fifty shades. I can't wait until the next version comes out of the reverse rolls!!
winfredable January 07, 2013 at 06:41 AM
Good to read it and waiting for the next version.


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