Biggest Police, Fire Headlines from November
Patch reported on several police and fire incidents in November, including a cabbie that was assaulted and robbed along with a chimney fire.
Here’s a recap on some of the police and fire related stories published on Patch in November. To read more click on the link.
Police: Cab Driver Robbed, Assaulted in Severna Park
A cab driver was assaulted and robbed in the 600 block of Oak Lane in Severna Park at 2:15 a.m. on Nov. 25, according to Anne Arundel County Police.
Police Searching For Missing Millersville Teen
Many of you expressed your concern when a Millersville teen went missing from her home. A few days later, police reported that she was found safe and unharmed.
Police Charge Man in SP Home Burglary
Police charged a Severna Park man who they said ransacked and stole several items from a home on Cypress Road on Nov. 14. Police spokesman Justin Mulcahy said family members told police that the home belonged to a deceased relative.
Crews Battle Chimney Fire on Tuesday Night
On Nov. 13, Fire officials battled a chimney fire that spread to the roof and attic of a Severna Park home. Capt. Mike Pfaltzgraff of the Anne Arundel County Fire Department said it took about 45 firefighters approximately 40 minutes to get the fire under control.
‘Suspicious’ Severna Park Man Visits Sikh Shooting Site
A Severna Park man was detained at Oak Creek Sikh Temple, the site of an August mass shooting in Wisconsin, for suspicious behavior in November. He reportedly had boxes of ammunition in his car but was not arrested by police.