Weird News: Attack of the Owls, a Flash Mob Gone Wrong, Zombie Invasion
Patch brings you the top Maryland Weird News headlines of the week.
A man lugging a five-gallon water jug full of coins and bills dropped the jug as police approached but failed to elude officers and is now charged with housebreaking, according to Prince George's County Police.
A string of kick-in burglaries around Howard County have led police to ask residents to be vigilant.
The haunted house which opens Sept. 28 will include a morgue, and 70 zombies in mock offices and laboratories.
Dancing—and a little disarray—filled University of Maryland's McKeldin Mall on Wednesday.
It sounds like a scene out of an Alfred Hitchcock movie. Some suburban joggers have recently reported seeing and being attacked by owls, WTOP reports.
What would you do if you heard the screen door slam at 3 a.m.?
Paul Jerome Holt, 34, was responsible for at least nine burglaries, and took over $80,000 worth of equipment, WUSA 9 reported.
A man pleaded guilty in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court on Thursday of attempting to kill his mother with a hammer in their Annapolis home.
Police charged a 39-year-old Shady Side woman with attempted second-degree murder in connection with the incident.
Occupants were laying flooring with flammable glue when a flame ignited it, a fire official said at the scene.