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Chevy Chase Landlord Faces Charges For Peeping On Tenants — Police say Dennis Alan Van Dusen hid cameras to secretly record three tenants in his Ridgewood Avenue house while they were nude or intimate with their boyfriends. He faces a March 4 trial and civil suits from two of the women and one of their boyfriends. [Washington Post] Montgomery County Can't Take Over Pepco Power Lines — The county attorney says the Maryland General Assembly would have to vote to allow Montgomery to revoke Pepco's franchise over the electrical grid. Taking over some of the power lines and creating some form of public electric utility has been suggested as a solution to reliability issues. [Washington Examiner] Whitman Wins Jazz Festival Competition — The Walt Whitman High School jazz band took home first place and a $1,000 cash prize for its performance at the Mid-Atlantic Jazz Festival last weekend in Rockville. The Whitman band improved on its second place showing from the 2012 competition against 11 other high school bands from the Mid-Atlantic. [h/t Amy Marie Moore] Flickr photo by WKV

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