Re­port of mice at Parkville re­tire­ment com­mu­nity

Baltimore Sun - - MARYLAND NATION & WORLD -

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.

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