.

Steakhouse Stabbing and Road Rage: Crofton's Top Stories from September

Patch continues to count down the top stories from 2013.

Debbie Jenkins of Crofton invented "Talk2Me" signs to help drivers communicate without getting into fights. (Credit: Tim Lemke)
Debbie Jenkins of Crofton invented "Talk2Me" signs to help drivers communicate without getting into fights. (Credit: Tim Lemke)
From now through New Year's Day, Patch is counting down the most-read and most interesting stories in the Crofton area. Today, we take a look at the top stories from September. 

One Arrested in Stabbing at Fuji Steakhouse - A fight erupted in the kitchen of the Gambrills eatery, with one man charged with attempted murder after he allegedly went after another employee with a knife. The suspect later pleaded guilty. 

Mad at Another Driver? Try Flashing These Cards - Debbie Jenkins invented a new product to cut down on instances of road rage. The Talk2Me flash cards feature sayings like "Hang Up!" "What's Your Number" and "Call 911."

Crofton Man Sentenced to 25 Years in Kiddie Porn Case - Prosecutors said Anthony Mastrogiovanni sexually exploited more than 30 boys in an effort to make child pornography.

Left on 'Michigan U' Legal, Not Recommended - In response to a reader inquiry, Patch asked state highway officials whether you could make a left onto Route 3 against a red light. As it turns out, you can in some instances, but it's not advisable. 

What Other Local Restaurants Could Use a Refresh? - After news of Bob Evans getting an upgrade, we asked readers which other local eateries could be in need of a facelift. 

Boards

More »
Got a question? Something on your mind? Talk to your community, directly.
Note Article
Just a short thought to get the word out quickly about anything in your neighborhood.
Share something with your neighbors.What's on your mind?What's on your mind?Make an announcement, speak your mind, or sell somethingPost something