Regional Recap, June 28, 2011

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Man Critically Injured In Anne Arundel Crash.  A Pasadena man was ejected from his vehicle and critically injured in an early-morning crash.Anne Arundel County police said the crash occurred about 12:10 a.m. Monday in the 1800 block of Generals Highway.The victim was identified as Alexander Vincent Mack, 20.Police said Mack’s 1998 Jeep Cherokee was traveling south when it crossed the yellow line into the northbound lane and left the roadway.

Husband, Wife Bound By Police Impersonators. City police are investigating a home invasion in which three people bound a husband and wife in handcuffs and shot the man in the neck.Detective Kevin Brown said Monday’s incident occurred just after 5 a.m. in the 1500 block of Medford Avenue in the Ednor Gardens section of Baltimore.The culprits, according to Brown, yelled the word “police” and kicked open the door of the home.

Knee Replacements Used To Identify Body Found In Park. A man whose body was found in a state park has been identified not through fingerprints, but through knee replacements, Maryland State Police said Monday.Police said the body of John H. Hagegeorge, 55, was found April 9 in the Baltimore County area of Patapsco Valley State Park.Searchers found the body during a large-scale search for Phylicia Barnes, the North Carolina teen who went missing in late December and was eventually found in a Maryland river.

Police Find Mom, Child Dead In Parkville Motel. Police in Baltimore County are investigating the deaths of a mother and her 4-year-old daughter in Parkville.Investigators said they were called to the Welcome Inn in the 8700 block of Loch Bend Road at about 4:15 p.m. Monday as part of a routine welfare check.”The victims had not been seen for several days, so officers came to check on them,” said Detective Cathy Batton of the Baltimore County police.When police arrived, they found the bodies of 25-year-old Alicia Avery and her 4-year-old daughter, Darielle Parker, in a room at the inn.”This case is being investigated by our homicide unit,” Batton said.Foul play is suspected. Officials are waiting on the results of an autopsy at the Medical Examiner’s Office to find out how the two died.

 

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