Germantown insurance agent sentenced for defrauding 77 people

Germantown insurance agent sentenced for defrauding 77 people

Plus: Little Miner Taco feeding children during COVID-19 pandemic; Woodland Drive temporary neighborhood greenway begins Friday

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Germantown insurance agent sentenced for defrauding 77 people

A Germantown man was sentenced Thursday on one count of felony theft in connection to his work as an insurance agent.

While working in his own agency, Kevin Prescott Dunn, 36, “used his position of trust to steal premium monies” valued at $200,000 from at least 77 victims, according to Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh’s office. [Montgomery Community Media]

Little Miner Taco feeding children during COVID-19 pandemic

A taco restaurant is making sure no child goes hungry.

When the coronavirus pandemic hit, the owner of Little Miner Taco in Brentwood and Pike & Rose bought a food truck and is allowing kids of all ages to eat for free. [WJZ]

Woodland Drive temporary neighborhood greenway begins Friday

Woodland Drive in Silver Spring will be transformed into a more friendly roadway for pedestrians, bicyclists and other non-vehicular users starting Friday.

It’s the newest addition to a program that encourages vehicles and other users to share the roads. [Montgomery County]

Today’s weather

Fog early, then partly cloudy, with a high around 77 and a low around 60

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