MoCo Headlines: Indecent Exposure Arrest and the Potomac's Poor Rating
A review of the past week's top headlines across Montgomery County.
Patch brings you the past week's top news from across our Montgomery County sites, including a stabbing in Friendship Heights, an indecent exposure, a fundraiser for Haiti and more.
The buzz of a gorgeous spring evening in Rockville Town Center on May 18 was pierced with the sirens of speeding police cruisers and running police officers. Patrons of the downtown business district were left wondering what was going on.
A 53-year-old man was apprehended in Washington, DC, on Thursday in connection with a stabbing that occurred at around 3 a.m. that day in Friendship Heights, Chevy Chase. Jose Antonio Hernandez, 24, was treated for a stab wound and a collapsed lung at a local hospital. The suspect, Phillip Enyeazi, was taken into custody.
Gary Giordano, the man suspected in the disappearance of a woman in Aruba, was arrested for indecent exposure in Annapolis last week.
The Town of Somerset's Girl Scouts collected $997.65 in a bake sale to raise money to build a house for a Haitian family living in a tent since the Jan. 2010 earthquake.
The North Potomac farm could be a part of the bus rapid transit network recently suggested by a county task force.
Two vie for Kensington's mayoral seat, while three vie for two council seats in the town's election next month.
Six months ago, the Potomac Conservancy gave our river a D grade. Now, American Rivers, a nationwide river protection organization, has ranked the Potomac the most endangered river in the country, but the real message of American Rivers’ recent pronouncement is not to believe everything you read.