March 23, 2022 | Daily briefs | Aggressed postman. Home invasion and arson. Annapolis Restaurant Week. Competition!


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Annapolis Police investigate the assault on a postman. Anne Arundel County Police arrested a woman in connection with a home invasion and attempted arson. The AG released body camera video of the incident where a county officer shot and killed a Crofton man. Hogan endorsed Schulz. The Green Expo is this weekend. A winner of our contest to guess the headliner of Bands in the Sand. And a new contest for a gift card to Rams Head courtesy of the Downtown Annapolis Partnership and Annapolis Restaurant Week!

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Hello, today is Wednesday March 23, 2022 and THIS is your eye on Annapolis Daily briefs.

It’s a full sprint for me for the next week as I speak to a group of filmmakers for the Annapolis Film Festival. We’ll be releasing shooting modules for some great movies, so you want to stay tuned. And tickets and passes now… Alright, let’s get straight to today’s news, shall we?

I really hate having to start these early stories with the Annapolis Police investigate. But they are. This time a postman was delivering his route on Monday in the 1900 block of Copeland Street and was assaulted. He was attacked by a stranger for an unknown reason, punched in the face and had an earring ripped off. The victim said the suspect fled in a vehicle before police arrived. It’s a block from where a 17-year-old was shot on St. Patrick’s Day.

And in the county, the Anne Arundel County Police arrested a 30-year-old Brooklyn woman and charged her with trespassing and attempted arson on Rupert Circle in Brooklyn. Apparently the woman (presumably a mother) had a beef with a minor who had been involved in an assault on her child. She first poured motor oil on the front steps and attempted to set them on fire. Engine oil does not burn easily. When that failed, she forced her way into the house and was pushed back when the occupants sprayed her with pepper spray. They obviously knew who she was, so the police located her, arrested her and charged her.

And take a look at the story we posted yesterday afternoon. The Attorney General’s Office released the body camera footage of the incident where a Anne Arundel County Police officer shot and killed a Crofton man. Publication has been delayed due to the investigation and interviews with witnesses who may be influenced if it is published sooner. It’s a long video…nearly 30 minutes and it’s graphic. I debated posting it, but I think it’s important to see what happens when an incident goes south. I’m not sure if this determines who is right or wrong, but it’s interesting to see what happens from a body camera perspective. I repeat, it is graphic, there is blood, violence and, as we know, someone is dead.

OK onto better things – politics. Ha! Well, it’s no surprise, but Governor Hogan has officially endorsed his former Secretary of Labor and Commerce, Kelly Schulz, for the governorship. In making the endorsement, Hogan said “if you approve of the way we’ve run Maryland, then Kelly Schulz is your choice for governor.” In response, Schulz said his “campaign is about making sure Maryland remains safe, stable, and prosperous while focusing on the issues that Marylanders really care about.” Schulz is basically the only serious gubernatorial candidate on the Republican side. Delegate Dan Cox and Robin Ficker are also in the running.

This Saturday.. the Davidsonville Green Expo is taking place at farm gardens from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The best part, it’s free! If you like to live an eco-friendly life, stop by Homestead on Central Ave!

the Maryland Chicken Wing Festival is back in town on April 2 at the fairgrounds and it gets better every year. So if you like wings, head over to and buy some. Our discount code expires Friday at midnight, so if you want $5 off every ticket you buy before March 25, get them and use the code is 5 EYE 22.5 as in dollars, EYE as in Annapolis and 22 like this year!

Also on Saturday, at noon, our spotlight on local businesses. This week changing pattern psychotherapy (and no, Tex didn’t get me in one visit) and NEXT week – Liquor Mart and Deli.

And as we close. It is always Annapolis Restaurant Week and we have another gift card to offer! But first congratulations to Eric (hope I’m pronouncing it right) Suchy who won the Fed House Card – No one got the proper headliner. – we’ve had the Wailers before – but it’s not them either. So kudos to Eric. And thanks for all the suggestions… we had the obligatory U2 and Paul McCartney, the Beach Boys… all unlikely in my opinion, but maybe one day! Some I’d like to see… Weezer and Green Day — they’d be fun. Someone mentioned the Reagan years – and I’m sure they opened up, but they can be seen everywhere all the time. But the two guesses I’d pay dearly to see… just to watch the puckered Annapolitan reaction… AC-DC and Cardi B! HA! But let’s give our friends at Rams Head a $50 gift card today – good at any location or on stage. I’m having lunch with them today in Annapolis! Email me at [email protected] and tell me the date the first full Daily News Brief was published. Send it before 6 p.m. tonight and I’ll choose a random winner from the correct answers! Good luck and thanks again to the Downtown Annapolis Partnership for organizing Annapolis Restaurant Week for providing the maps!

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