Regional Recap, September 1, 2010

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83-Year-Old Woman Sexually Assaulted In Own Home. Anne Arundel police said a masked man sexually assaulted an 83-year-old woman after he broke into her home in Glen Burnie.It happened about 1:15 a.m. Monday. The man fled the home after the attack. Police searched the area with dogs but could not find him.Police describe him as white, in his early 20s, with a large build. He was wearing long pants and a black hooded sweatshirt.Anyone with information should call the Sex Crimes Unit at 410-222-3416.

MD To Hold Early Voting For First Time. As early voting begins in Maryland this week for the first time, political observers question how much impact it will have on voter turnout during the primary and general elections.Maryland voters will be able to cast ballots on Friday — 11 days before the Sept. 14 primary.Michael Cain, director of the Center for the Study of Democracy at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, said while early voting tends to increase voter turnout in a state when it is first implemented, he doesn’t expect it will have a large impact on its own.

Police Release Images Of Serial Robbery Suspect. Anne Arundel County police said they believe a man wanted in connection with a gas station robbery may also be responsible for two other robberies.Police said the man robbed a Citgo gas station in the 700 block of North Hammonds Ferry Road in Linthicum shortly before 6:30 a.m. last Wednesday. The man used a black handgun to demand money from the register, then fled in a light blue Jeep Cherokee after the cashier gave him the money, according to police.

Anne Arundel Neighbors Renovate Struggling Family’s Home.  An Anne Arundel County family who has dealt with a son’s life-threatening stroke and a father serving overseas received a special gift from the community on Tuesday.A nonprofit organization and volunteers from around the community helped the Barry family in Gambrills renovate their home on Christmas Lane at no cost.Danny Barry, 22, suffered a stroke when he was 8 after a diabetic crisis, leaving him disabled, his family told 11 News. His mother said that for a long time, it didn’t look like he would make it.

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