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Top 5: Indecent Exposure Arrest, 2 Three-Alarm Fires

Patch looks back at some of the stories from the past week on Glen Burnie Patch.

The week started with a pair of three-alarm fires and wrapped up with police charging a teen with indecent exposure.

Here are some of the top headlines from April 16-22 in Glen Burnie (in no particular order).

  • Glen Burnie started the week with reported within 12 hours on Tuesday. A and a deck fire that afternoon caused damage to three townhomes in the Fox Chase neighborhood.
  • On Friday, police reported the arrest of a 15-year-old Glen Burnie boy who was charged in connection with .
  • In honor of National Volunteering Week, Patch highlighted county organizations looking for volunteers. See a roundup of our week-long coverage to learn about organizations such as and .
  • Gov. Martin O'Malley reported Thursday that the blue crab population in Maryland reached a 19-year high. I shared with Facebook readers my fear at state deportation since I'm one of few Marylanders I know who don't like to pick crabs. It was good to learn that I'm not alone!
  • , a Northeast senior who committed to play field hockey at Limestone College. Congrats Julianna!

What was your favorite story this week? Tell us in the comments!

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