The Regional Recap, September 2, 2009

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Regional News From WBAL-TVwbaltv

Police Search For Suspect In Robbery, Sex Assault. Baltimore County police are looking for a man who robbed two women at an ATM on two different occasions and assaulted one of them.

Hundreds Attend Health Care Reform Debate. Those who oppose or who are just plain concerned about health care reform proposals floating in Washington rallied by the hundreds in Timonium.A group calling itself Patients First organized the Tuesday night event.A new CNN poll found that 53 percent of Americans do not approve of President Barack Obama’s handling of health care reform.

Rapist ID’d Through Sweat Gets 100 Years. A rapist whose sweat led to his arrest has been sentenced to 100 years in prison. Glenn Raynor was arrested more than two years after the attack, which occurred in Bel Air in April 2006.

MD Court Reverses Decision On Ehrlich Employee. A Maryland court has affirmed a state agency’s decision shortly after Democratic Gov. Martin O’Malley took office to fire an employee who had been hired under Republican Gov. Robert Ehrlich. The Court of Special Appeals, Maryland’s intermediate appellate court, reversed an administrative law judge’s ruling that Gregory Maddalone was wrongly fired by the state Department of Transportation.

Inmate Alleges Beating By Police. Prince George’s County police are investigating allegations that police beat an inmate while they were questioning him.Spokesman Maj. Andy Ellis said authorities have launched an internal probe into inmate Amnio Grier’s allegations that homicide detectives on Aug. 11 slammed his head against a table while he was handcuffed to a wall.

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