By Patch Staff
A morning metro ride may have been unique for several commuters, when a woman gave birth on a Metro platform Thursday morning. Read more on Bowie Patch.
The man was involved in a robbery with a second man in which they threw a hot cup of coffee at a convenience store cashier. Read more on Columbia Patch.
A fashionable Bentley automobile was spotted Monday afternoon in a decidedly unfashionable position: getting towed away from a hydrant in downtown Bethesda. Read more on Bethesda-Chevy Chase Patch.
A large moving truck flipped over Tuesday morning on the I-95 offramp to northbound U.S. Route 1 in College Park. No injuries were reported in the accident. Read more on College Park Patch.
Army and Air Force installations will no longer sell adult magazines including Playboy, citing cost-cutting measures. But more family-friendly magazines including Spongebob Comics are also gone. Read more in Odenton-Severn Patch.
Thieves Smash Car into Gas Station Window, Grab ATM
Police are investigating the smash-and-grab in Fort Washington. Read more on Upper Marlboro Patch.
Police: Pasadena Man Shoots Girlfriend's Small Dog
Anne Arundel County police arrested a Pasadena man after he shot and killed his girlfriend's newly-adopted dog. Read more on Anne Arundel Patch.