Regional Recap, June 7, 2010

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Unidentified Man’s Body Found In Back Creek. Police are seeking the public’s help to identify a man whose body was found in Back Creek on Sunday.Maryland Natural Resources police said the person is described as a black man in his 20s, who was wearing shorts, socks and shoes.The body was taken to the Medical Examiner’s Office for an autopsy.If you have information regarding this investigation, contact the DNR police by dialing 410-260-8888.

Car Hits, Kills Pedestrian In Anne Arundel CountyA car in Anne Arundel County hit and killed a pedestrian Saturday night.Officers went to the area of Rt. 648 south and Ferndale Road in Ferndale and found the vehicle and pedestrian involved just before 10 p.m.Police said a 2005 Volkswagen four-door vehicle driven by Joseph McPherson, 21, of Arnold, Md., was traveling southbound on Rt. 648 near Ferndale Road. They said the pedestrian appeared to be crossing on a crosswalk from the east side of Rt. 648 to the west side of Rt. 648 at Ferndale Road.

Annapolis Girl, 2, Found Dead In Her Bed. An autopsy was scheduled Sunday after a 2-year-old Annapolis girl was found dead in her bed.Police went to a home in the 1900 block of Copeland Street on Saturday at about 7:11 a.m.When they arrived, they found the girl dead in her bedroom. Her cause of death has yet to be determined, police said.They said the incident remains under investigation, and information will be released as it becomes available.

Southern MD Bears Brunt Of Storms.  Severe storms passed through Maryland on Sunday, prompting a tornado watch for much of the afternoon.A tornado watch had encompassed every county in the state except for Allegany. By 6 p.m., the tornado watch remained in effect only for Calvert and St. Mary’s counties in southern Maryland, but even that was canceled shortly after 7 p.m. All day, a tornado watch extended from West Virginia into southern New England.

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