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Week in Review: Car Drives Into Store, Student Charged After Making Gun Joke

Patch catches you up on this past week's top stories.

Car Crashes into Store, Woman Injured
A 72-year-old customer was injured when a car drove into Fashion Bug in Reisterstown.

Forbush School Student Charged After Joke About Gun
A 15-year-old was charged with disorderly conduct and disturbing school activities after saying he had a gun at the Forbush School at Glyndon. The students did not have a gun.

Police: Grandson Suspected in Double Homicide, Found in Oklahoma
Matthew Long, the 31-year-old grandson who has been missing after his grandparents were found dead in their Sudbrook Park home, is in a hospital.

Paralympic Gold Medalist Honored By Fellow McDonogh Students
Ian Silverman, a junior at McDonogh School, was greeted by his classmates in a surprise ceremony to honor him for winning the gold medal in the 400-meter freestyle swimming event at the Paralympic Games in London.

Suspect in Police-Involved Shooting Identified
Steven David Gary, 45, of the 700 block of Cloudyfold Drive in Pikesville, remains under guard at a hospital after Sept. 12 shooting in Catonsville.

Police: Commercial Robbery Trend is First in Two Years
The Baltimore County Police Franklin Precinct, which covers Owings Mills and Reisterstown, has not seen a commercial robbery trend like the current one in two years.

Car Was ‘Straight In’ Through Front of Fashion Bug
A car that drove through the front of Fashion Bug in Reisterstown Saturday was completely inside the store, employees of nearby businesses said.

Judge to Reconsider Gladden's Bail Following Mental Evaluation
The teen indicted in shooting at Perry Hall High School has 30 days to re-apply for bail.

Music on Main Street Kicks Off Sept. 21
The Reisterstown Improvement Association presents Music On Main Street, which kicks off on Friday, Sept. 21, at Franklin Middle School with Wylde Fire.

Police Blotter: Two Attempted Robberies, Car, Four-Wheeler, Golf Clubs Stolen
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.

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