Weird News: Human Hand Found, a Sneaker Robbery and Violence at Walmart

Patch rounds up weird news headlines from the week.

Police Confirm Human Hand Found in Reisterstown

Baltimore County Police confirmed that a human hand was found on a Reisterstown property on Wednesday.

Sneaker Robbery at Gunpoint in Columbia

Two teens forced their way into an apartment in Columbia and stole two pairs of shoes, according to police.

Authorities in Anne Arundel County say a man was shot early Wednesday morning outside of the Laurel/Maryland City Walmart Supercenter.

Diamond Ring Lost by Mervis Diamond Matriarch

Masha Mervis, matriarch of Mervis Diamonds, recently lost a ring that her late husband, Morris, gave her on their 50th wedding anniversary, said Jonathan Mervis, the couple’s grandson. Masha Mervis noticed that the ring was missing as she shopped at Comfort One Shoes on Rockville Pike in Rockville.

Police: Burglars Stashed Stolen Goods in Rolling Suitcases

Two men were arrested last week after leaving the scene of a burglary at the Baltimore Yacht Club Road in Essex with two rolling suitcases.

Essex Couple Arrested After Resident Finds Them in Basement

Two Essex residents were arrested and charged with burglary last week after a man found them in his basement in a home on the unit block of Goeller Avenue in Essex around 10 p.m. on Nov. 7.

Police: Man Dragged Girlfriend Through Bonfire

Man allegedly drags girlfriend through a bonfire, according to police.

Fred Foo November 18, 2012 at 09:58 PM
When the lead article in the largest font on the page begins "Weird News: ...", you're just phoning it in and it's time to shut this site down. And time for me to stop visiting it. Bye.
Buzz Beeler November 19, 2012 at 02:38 AM
Fred; I'll fill in for ya. I'm still here. I would describe this as some weird news. Fred will be back during those times of boredom. I don't find anything normal in crime to begin with.
Karen November 19, 2012 at 01:47 PM
That is true. Seems like there is less local, actual CATONSVILLE news. Penny was so involved in the community. This is like reading Star magazine in the checkout line.
Buck Harmon November 20, 2012 at 01:48 PM


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