Regional Recap, March 25, 2010

| March 25, 2010 | 0 Comments

Regional News From WBAL-TVwbaltv

1 Charged, 1 Sentenced In Separate Cold Case RapesAnne Arundel County police said they have solved a rape case from nearly seven years ago using DNA.Donnell Thomas Lee Bellamy, 30, was charged with first-degree rape in the attack of a 13-year-old girl.The victim was walking home from a friend’s house in Severn in July 2003 when she was attacked.Investigators said DNA recently linked Bellamy to the crime. He was tracked to Wisconsin, where he was taken into custody.

Ehrlich Aides: ‘No Comment’ On Campaign Announcement. Aides to former Gov. Bob Ehrlich would not comment on a report that Ehrlich will announce a run for governor this year.”We’re not going to comment on any report specifying a date. The governor is grateful for the interest, and will make his plans known in the future,” spokesman Henry Falwell told WBAL Radio on Wednesday.

College Enrollment Projections Not As High As Expected. More Maryland students are expected to head off to college over the next 10 years, but not nearly as many as the Board of Regents would like to see.For many students, college is still one of the best tickets for a job in the real world, but a shaky economy has forced the University System of Maryland, which oversees 13 campuses, to become moderate when it comes to predicting enrollment over the next decade.

School’s Chocolate Milk Tainted With Hand Sanitizer. A Frederick dairy processor is acknowledging that it mistakenly sent chocolate milk tainted with a nontoxic chemical solution to a middle school.The Frederick News-Post reported Wednesday that two students who drank the milk complained of feeling queasy.James Vona, of Dairy Maid Dairy, said the solution is a sanitizing rinse that milk processors are required to use when switching from dispensing one type of milk to another. Such solutions may contain iodine or bleach.

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