Report of mice at Parkville retirement community
The state health department is investigating a report of mice at a Parkville retirement community, according to department officials. The Oak Crest Retirement Community first received a complaint about mice in its Nottingham Gardens building from a resident’s family member on Aug. 31, according to Dan Dunne, a spokesman for the community. The Maryland Department of Health’s Office of Health Care Quality received a complaint about mice Oct. 3, according to Brittany Fowler, a spokeswoman for the state health department. The state health department’s investigation is ongoing, Fowler said in an email. Dunne, however, said health department officials visited the campus Wednesday and indicated there was no mouse infestation. inside fled and told officers the group had broken into her apartment. Police said three men — T’reiko Medley, 19, a 17-year-old and a 16-year-old — eventually surrendered to police without incident.