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Mystery Train, Copper Thieves and Sex Abuse: Odenton's Top Stories from November

Patch continues its countdown of the top stories of 2013.

Police said thieves used this equipment to try and steal copper from a BGE pole in Odenton (Credit: AACOPD)
Police said thieves used this equipment to try and steal copper from a BGE pole in Odenton (Credit: AACOPD)
From now through New Year's Day, Patch is counting down the most-read and most interesting stories in the Odenton-Severn area. Today, we take a look at the top stories from November. 

Train Rests on Old Tracks in Odenton - A Norfolk Southern Train was routed off the main line onto tracks that many people in Odenton thought were defunct. The sight brought out many curious residents and business owners.

Copper Thieves Cause Power Outages in Odenton - Police arrested four people on charges of theft and destruction of property, claiming that they tried to steal copper from BGE pole. The thefts led to power outages for hundreds of Odenton residents. 

Severn Man Arrested in Fort Meade Sex Abuse Case - Fort Meade officials said the man was a Youth Center worker for many years, and is accused of showing pornographic images to children. Officials held two town hall meetings with law enforcement and parents. 

Man Murdered in Harmans, Suspect at LargePolice said Rene Filsfdelfo Leiva-Archila may have been targeted by someone responding to a Craigslist ad. 

Norm Myers Dies - The longtime community leader and business man was 75. He had recently had a stretch of Annapolis Road dedicated in his honor.  

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