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Glen Burnie Patch Week in Review

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

Patch takes a look back at stories that ran last week on the site. It was a busy news week in Glen Burnie with an emergency response training exercise at BWI, a local woman being featured on America's Most Wanted, a motorcycle crash and a drug arrest.

Here are some of the top headlines from May 1-6 in Glen Burnie (in no particular order).

  • Travelers at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport noticed a few more officers on Tuesday morning and afternoon as the airport was training its security force for possible emergencies.
  • A recent episode of America's Most Wanted featured Heather Jean Johnson, 31, following attempts to track her since she allegedly tried to kill her boyfriend in 1999.
  • On Thursday night, a man was crashed hison Interstate 97 in the Ferndale area, and was transported to Maryland Shock Trauma in Baltimore by ambulance with very serious injuries.
  • Patch brought you the who altruistically donated her kidney in a swap that saved the lives of two people she didn't know, Miller continues to educate people on living organ donation.
  • On Wednesday, while responding to a domestic violence call, Anne Arundel County full of cocaine, marijuana and assorted pills. Tiffany Jones, 33 was charged with first- and second-degree assault, and Raymond Sydnor, 38, was charged with multiple counts of possession of controlled dangerous substances with intent to distribute.

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

About this column: Each week we'll review the most viewed, most commented and most interesting stories from the week.

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