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Weird News: Thanksgiving Fork Stabbing, A Defensive Mall Employee and a Toy Gun Robbery

Patch brings you the weirdest headlines of the week from around Maryland.

 

A Thanksgiving argument between siblings ended when a 27-year-old woman stabbed her half-brother in the neck with a "large serving fork," according to Annapolis Police.

Man Charged With Burning Abingdon Shrubs

Police say John Paul Akin Jr. admitted to setting two fires—one at the intersection of MD Route 24 and I-95 and the other outside a residence not far away—because of "personal issues" and anger, according to a release from the Maryland State Fire Marshal's Office.

Police: Mall Employee Kicks Stun Gun from Suspect

Howard County Police arrested a Prince George's County man on Monday night after he reportedly pulled a stun gun on a Mall in Columbia employee who confronted him after observing him attempt to steal watches from a display case in Lord and Taylor.

Police: Teen Tries to Rob Boy Using Toy Gun

Anne Arundel County police have arrested a young man from Severn after they say he pointed a toy handgun at a 12-year-old boy and demanded his jacket. 

Teen Charged with Starting Fire at Glen Burnie High School

Investigators announced Wednesday that they charged a 15-year-old male with setting a fire in Glen Burnie High School, according to the Anne Arundel County Fire Department.

Baltimore Man Charged With Impersonating Police Officer in Linthicum

Anne Arundel County police charged a Baltimore man Wednesday with impersonating a police officer, forcing a cab driver to stop and pounding on the cab with his fist.

Police Capture Masked Man as He Leaves Burglarized House

A masked man captured as he allegedly attempted to make a getaway from a burlgarized home now faces robbery, auto theft and other charges in multiple home break-in cases.

Editor's note: This Patch feature is published across many sites in Maryland.

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