Crime, Emergency Response

Perry Hall gas station robbed again, dog stolen during Middle River home invasion

Police are investigating several robberies that were reported this week. At about 6:45 p.m. on Wednesday, December 12, a man met potential buyers of marijuana on Fitzgerald Court in Carney (21234) and was robbed at gunpoint by the two suspects. The suspects stole the victim’s cell phone and the marijuana they were potentially buying. The suspects fled in a vehicle. …


Emergency Response, Lost and Found

Missing 86-year-old was last seen on Belair Road

Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing woman. Betty Brannan, 86, was last seen driving her green Saturn View – with Maryland tag 16090HT – in the 7900-block of Belair Road. Advertisement Family and friends are concerned about Betty Brannan’s well-being. Betty Brannan is five-feet, six inches tall and weighs approximately 224 pounds. She was last …


Robberies reported in Parkville, Nottingham

Police are investigating robbery, an attempted robbery, and a burglary that were reported over the weekend. At just after 5 a.m. on Saturday, December 8, two individuals threatened and robbed a man of two cell phones, a bracelet, a Raven’s t-shirt, and a bus pass in the 7900-block of Harford Road in Parkville (21234). The suspects then fled the scene. Advertisement Sometime between 6:30 …

Meringue Cake Studio opens for business

Meringue Cake Studio is officially open for business. The shop, which used to be located above Conrad’s, held a grand opening on Saturday, December 8, 2018, at their new location in the Perry Hall Crossing shopping center. The bakery serves, breakfast, desserts, quiche, coffee, tea, and cake. The shop is owned by Jose & Theresa Zaragoza and Elizabeth Neale. Meringue …

Councilman Marks names 2018 ‘Fifth District Citizens of the Year’

Baltimore County Councilman David Marks announced on Thursday he recipients of the Fifth District Citizens of the Year award for 2018. Councilman Marks created the Citizens of the Year program in 2011 to recognize outstanding community service or acts of valor by residents of the Fifth County Council district, which stretches from Towson to Kingsville. The Residents of Linwen Way On …