Exxon Shooting; Fatal 543 Accident
County Democrats were denied a say in redistricting while paint spilled into a local creek.
This was a busy week for Harford County authorities with the shooting at the Bel Air Exxon and a tragic car accident on Maryland Route 543. Also this week, a judge threw out a lawsuit from Harford County's Democrats while police were busy with a number of other cases.
1. Man Shot in Chest at Bel Air Exxon
2. 1 Bel Air Resident Died, 3 Hospitalized in Accident
3. Judge Throws Out Democrats's Redistricting Commission Lawsuit
Harford County Democrats will not be included in the upcoming county redistricting after their law suit was not accepted by a judge. The County Republicans had voted in February not to include Democrats in the redistricting.
4. Paint Spilled into Creek Along MA & PA Heritage Trail
The Harford County Hazardous Materials Response Team determined that white paint found in a drainage creek along the MA & PA Heritage Trail came from a group of painters washing their brushes into a drain on Broadway.
5. Man Accused of Robbery with Sawed-Off Shotgun
An Edgewood man was charged with a numerous offenses after a July 15 incident involving a sawed-off shotgun.
Other Top Stories
Another local motorcycle crash hospitalized two local residents.
The new Wegmans at the Boulevard at Box Hill has begun hiring for 350 part-time positions.
A Bel Air man was accused of assaulting two of his brothers.
A fire in Fallston caused $500,000 worth of a damage and sent a firefighter to the hospital.
An arrest was made for vehicle arson in Street after a man allegedly lit the car of his ex-girlfriend's acquaintance on fire.
An accident involving a disabled vehicle at I-95 and Route 24 sent a sheriff's deputy to the hospital.