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FBI Arrests Two For Cartier Store Smash and Grab – Federal investigators nabbed two men they say stole 13 watches valued at $131,000 on April 30 from the Cartier store in Chevy Chase. Court records say Walter Andrew Douglas, 33, of Washington, D.C. and Floyd Davis, 43, of Washington, D.C., were connected to the Cartier robbery and several others at similar luxury stores in Northern Virginia. [The Gazette]

Local Food Truck Gets Some BBQ Love – Curley’s Q BBQ, a Montgomery County food truck that makes frequent stops in Bethesda, made a list of the best barbecue joints in Washington. [DCist]

Little Falls Cleanup This Weekend – The Little Falls Watershed Alliance is hosting two events Saturday, both starting at 10 a.m. and running until noon. A group of volunteers will meet at the west end of Norwood Park (4700 Norwood Dr.) to remove weeds and invasive vines from the Little Falls Stream Valley Park. Another group will meet at the gravel parking lot at the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue and Little Falls Parkway to clean up Little Falls Parkway and the adjacent creek. Both events are pre-approved for MCPS SSL hours. [Little Falls Watershed Alliance]

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