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Baltimore police say no 'noteworthy' crime tied to St. Patrick's Day

Baltimore police say no 'noteworthy' crime tied to St. Patrick's Day

David Johnson of Fells Point said he and his wife were awakened about 2 a.m. Sunday to the sound of revelers' voices in front of their home. He said his wife asked the group if they could quiet down. When the couple awoke later that morning, they found two large planters at the front stoop smashed, the soil spilling onto the sidewalk. "I guess their response was to smash our planters," said Johnson, who said he reported the incident to Baltimore police. "They came out and took a report," he said, "but I think the chances of catching these guys is not great." Johnson chalked the incident up to people perhaps celebrating St. Patrick's Day, which he...

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