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This roundup of crime briefs from around the area isn't meant to be a comprehensive compilation of Maryland crime news, but a snapshot of some of the newsworthy incidents from across our region.

Here's a look at some of the crime that's happened recently in our coverage area:

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A 23-year-old man is accused of kicking two Annapolis police officers and spitting on another in a confrontation outside a downtown bar.

Anne Arundel police are searching for three teens who robbed an 24-year-old pizza delivery driver at gunpoint Saturday in Severn.

Two men were arrested in Towson when police found them leaving the scene of a home invasion.

Intruders were confronted breaking into a shed, in roundup of Towson area crime.

Baltimore County police have charged several more Baltimore teenagers in the beating of a Dundalk man outside his home last month, bringing the total for those charged in the incident to seven people 15 to 20 years old.

A Baltimore police officer is accused of stealing $3,000 after investigators set up a sting in a hotel room, federal prosecutors said in a complaint that was unsealed Thursday.

A Sykesville man has been charged with assault in connection with a May 2 road rage incident at the Eldersburg Walmart. The man allegedly attacked another vehicle with a hammer.
A Westminster man was arrested Friday for allegedly threatening someone with a machete a few days earlier.

Find daily arrest reports for Carroll County.

Two people were forced to disrobe and were robbed at gunpoint early Tuesday in Aberdeen, city police reported.

Aberdeen Police Department detectives continue trying to locate two people whom they say are suspect in a series of thefts of wallets and credit cards from customers at Panera Bread.

A 25-year-old Elkridge man was arrested by Howard County police in connection to a May 15 robbery spree in Columbia and Elkridge.

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Howard County Police charged two men this week with soliciting prostitutes online, and warned would-be johns that they are watching closely.

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