Here are the five top local stories you read on Lake Ridge Patch in April:
Police Discover Marijuana During Lake Ridge House Fire. Police reportedly discovered marijuana in a Lake Ridge house after a structure fire was extinguished in a neighboring home on Aztec Place, Prince William County Police Dennis Jensen said.
Occoquan's Garden Kitchen Under New Ownership. The restaurant's name was changed to The Secret Garden Cafe now that former owners Shar and Marie Claire Kundu have retired.
Police: Four Arrested in Lake Ridge Burglary Investigation. Police charged four Maryland men with burglary and grand larceny after a Lake Ridge homeowner reported the loss of an $800 watch, Prince William County Police spokesperson Jonathan Perok said.
Supervisor Mike May Asks Trader Joe's to Come to Woodbridge Area. Without fail, when Patch publishes an article on a new vacancy in the Woodbridge area, the most popular reader question is, "Can we get a Trader Joe's in that spot?"
10 Students in School Bus Accident at Old Bridge and Occoquan. A PWCS bus was carrying 10 students this afternoon when it was involved in a collision at the intersection of Old Bridge Road and Occoquan Road, possibly with another vehicle.
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