Regional Recap, June 9, 2011

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Car Hits Tree; As Many As 6 Hurt. Police in Anne Arundel County investigated a serious crash involving a vehicle that hit a tree Wednesday night.The crash was under investigation at Ridge Road and Furnace Avenue in Hanover, south of Interstate 895 and east of Interstate 195, just after 8 p.m.As many as six people were taken to Shock Trauma to be treated for serious, life-threatening injuries, police said.

Marylanders Possibly Exposed To Measles State health officials are warning the public that someone with measles may have exposed others in the past week to the highly contagious viral illness.The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene issued a statement Wednesday indicating that a person with measles traveled through the areas of Catonsville, the Eastern Shore and downtown Baltimore in the past week.

500 Pounds Of Untagged Fish Spur Charges. Two commercial fishermen have been charged with striped bass violations, Maryland Natural Resources Police said.Dolan Lee Hurley, 67, of Cambridge, has been charged with failing to tag striped bass within 200 yards of his net. Hurley was charged after officers found 500 pounds of untagged striped bass onboard a commercial vessel more than 1,000 yards from the net, NRP Police said.

Woman Sentenced In Massive Child Porn Case. A Middle River woman will spend three decades in prison for sexually exploiting children to make child pornography.Federal prosecutors announced Wednesday that Shannon Leigh Honea, 28, was sentenced by a federal judge to 30 years in prison followed by supervised release for life. Honea was also ordered to register as a sex offender.”Nothing that we say can really convey the horror of this case,” federal prosecutor Rod Rosenstein said in a statement.

 

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