A look at the stories that made the biggest splash this week around Prince George's County.
DC Fire Lieutenant Charged With Stealing Hay From Upper Marlboro Man
DC Fire and EMS Lt. Kellene Davis is facing charges after she allegedly attached a chain to a pickup truck, ripped off the doors of a shed, and stole almost 20 bales of hay in Upper Marlboro. If convicted, she faces up to 15 years in jail.
Police Warn Residents to Look Out for Fake Lottery Scams
A New Carrollton woman was reportedly conned into withdrawing $8,000 for someone claiming to be from Publishers Clearing House.
Greenbelt Housing Co-op Passes Non-Smoking Directive
GHI housing co-op members give their board the nod to come up with a proposal that would allow them to decide row by row to deny smoking.
College Park Bicycles Sponsors Charity Cyclist, Former Employee
College Park Bicycles is the main sponsor for Wade Dauberman, a former employee who is cycling from Florida to Pennsylvania to raise funds for the Scleroderma Foundation and to raise awareness about the disease that killed his father. This week, Dauberman made a pit stop during his approximately 1,500-mile trek, at College Park Bicycles.
Bowie Sells Land to Harmony Place Developers
The Bowie City Council voted Monday night to sell one acre of land to the developers of Harmony Place for $25,000. The additional acre of land sold by the city is necessary for the developers to meet tree conservation requirements.
Concordia School To Shut Down After 68 Years
After 68 years of educating area children, the Concordia Lutheran School in Hyattsville will be shutting down at the end of this school year.