Regional Recap, July 25, 2011

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Police Seek Man Who Pushed Woman Out Of Moving Vehicle.  Maryland State Police are looking for a man they said pushed his girlfriend out of a moving SUV on Interstate 95.Authorities have a warrant charging 36-year-old Dante Williams of Baltimore with attempted first-degree murder. Police said he is believed to be armed with a knife and is considered dangerous.Troopers said Williams was in an SUV traveling south Tuesday evening on I-95 with his girlfriend and his 14-month-old son. Officers said during an argument, Williams struck the woman in the eye.

Missing 7-Month Old Baby Found In DC. A missing 7-month-old Baltimore baby boy was found early Monday with his teen babysitter, who the boy’s family barely knew, in northeast Washington, D.C.Washington police spokesman Officer Anthony Clay said the baby, Ki’Yauhn Birch, and 16-year-old Jonae Boozer were found in the 4400 block of Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue early Monday morning.Clay said the baby was being evaluated by the fire department, and Boozer has been taken into custody.

Alcohol, Speed, Possible Factors In Anne Arundel Crash. Investigators are trying to determine if alcohol and speed were contributing factors in a fatal motorcycle crash in Anne Arundel County.Police identified the victim, who was pronounced dead at the scene, as James Alton Cockrell, 52, of Pasadena.The crash occurred Saturday on Nabbs Creek Road in Anne Arundel County.Cockrell was found in the woods next to a green 1998 custom-built motorcycle. Two other motorcycles were found in the wooded area adjacent to the eastbound lane of Nabbs Creek Road.

Possible Explosion Forces Firefighter Evacuation. About 100 firefighters were at the scene of a three-alarm fire in Baltimore City Saturday.Fire officials said the fire broke out at about 5:25 a.m. at Kaufman Products, a one-story warehouse-type building at 3811 Curtis Ave.After crews gained entry and began an interior attack, they heard what appeared to be an explosion, prompting the incident commander to order an immediate evacuation of all crews. One firefighter was treated at the scene for heat exhaustion, according to fire officials.Fire officials said the call was actually raised to four-alarms, but the fourth alarm manpower and equipment were not engaged in firefighting efforts.

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