Human Skull Found, Harlem Shake for Science, Police on Un-Candid Camera: MD Weird News
Patch brings you the top Weird News headlines of the week in Maryland.
Students in a Gaithersburg High School environmental science class created a dance video to Baauer’s “Harlem Shake.”
An FBI agent testified that Gilberto Valle targeted a former University of Maryland classmate, NBC Washington reported.
Jarred Parr posted a video of the encounter on YouTube.
Montgomery County police say the scammer has phoned residents in Rockville, Aspen Hill and Montgomery Village.
A Laurel man pleaded guilty Tuesday to a failed carjacking attempt against a local pastor. Police say the attempt went awry when the pastor was able to wrestle the gun away from the suspect.
Authorities say human remains were recovered last weekend from the woods near Maryland City after a pair of birdwatchers spotted what appeared to be a skull.
The Johns Hopkins at Keswick north and south buildings will be open on Thursday.
Two pit pulls roamed the Edgemere and Fort Howard communities for more than five hours after attacking their owner earlier in the day Feb. 22. Police located one dog and shot and killed it after t continued to display aggressive behavior. The second dog was found and captured by animal control officials.
Bystanders reported a shooting outside Burger King in Bel Air Monday evening, but police later learned the weapon involved was a BB gun, not a handgun.
The fire appears to have stemmed from a building housing Chesapeake Sprinkler, a manufacturer of fire protection equipment in Odenton.
One person faces attempted murder charges in Howard County.