Week in Review: Attempted Murder Hoax, Morhaim on Marijuana, Lincoln in Reisterstown

Here's a roundup of this past week's top stories.

The alleged victims of an attempted murder made up their story, Baltimore County Police said.

A two vehicle crash left one dead in Owings Mills.

Del. Dan Morhaim sat down with Patch to talk about his priorities for this year’s general assembly and his hopes for local development.

It’s not always easy to research century-and-a-half old documents, but thanks to a savvy collector from Wisconsin, Reisterstown Patch can report that Abraham Lincoln likely signed a document that is at our own library.

Terror suspect was in court Thursday.

The following information was supplied by the Baltimore County Police Department's Franklin Precinct, which covers Reisterstown and Owings Mills. Arrests do not indicate convictions.

Suspects face armed robbery, theft, assault and gun charges stemming from the Jan. 11 robbery of Antony Jewelers.

When the Owings Mills restaurant opened at 4 p.m. Monday, a line stretched to the parking lot.

Santoni’s charity campaign, which began during its 25th Anniversary celebration in October, raised $25,000 for the Courage Lion Program, which was founded by Glyndon resident John Ramming.


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