Last week, police announced charges against a Crofton man who allegedly called in threats to his place of employment and another man reportedly exposed himself to a woman while riding his bike. It was a week full of big stories!
To ensure that you don't miss anything on Crofton Patch, here is a list of stories of interest from the past week. Click each bolded link to read the full story.
A report says residents complained about marijuana being grown in the 500 block of Watts Avenue, located near Arundel High School in Gambrills.
Reports say defibrillator was on hand but rescuers performed CPR to revive swimmer.
A report says a man approached a woman on Friday while she was on a walking path, but police were unable to locate him.
Charges against the Crofton man were announced during a press conference Wednesday by the state's attorney and police chief of Prince George's County.
Police said Neil Prescott of Crofton bought 16 firearms between May 2011 and July 2012. He passed all background checks and was permitted to buy more than one gun per month.
A judge ruled Thursday that the case against John R. Leopold, originally scheduled for next month, will not be heard until next year.
Court action delays changes to state's law that would have gone into effect next week until a hearing in October.
Patch has the rundown on tax-free shopping week in mid-August.