Regional Recap, March 26, 2011

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Batman Pulled Over In Lamborghini In Maryland. Vigilante justice may get a free pass from the police department of Gotham City, but not on the streets of Montgomery County.Photos snapped by Montgomery County police this week show the driver of a Lamborghini stepping out of his vehicle dressed as Batman.The caped crusader had an improperly registered rear license plate, police said. It appears the bat logo is not recognized as a legitimate plate.

Trayvon Martin Topic Of Local Sermons. Sanford, Fla., is nearly 900 miles away from Baltimore, but the distance didn’t stop local pastors from including Trayvon Martin in their sermons.Like many churches across the state and country, parishioners at Empowerment Temple AME Church in northwest Baltimore wore hooded sweatshirts to their Sunday service.”If hoods make you a suspect, then all of us are guilty,” said Rev. Jamal Bryant.

Firefighter Hurt In Anne Arundel County Blaze. Three people escaped a two-alarm fire without injury in Anne Arundel CountySunday. A firefighter was not as lucky, said officials.The Anne Arundel County Fire Department said firefighters responded at about 11:50 a.m. to a home in the 300 block of Green Aspen Court. The home is located in the Shipley’s Choice community in Severna Park.When crews arrived, they saw smoke pouring out of a sun room window.A 20-year-old firefighter suffered first-and second-degree burns to the ears and neck.

From Sweet To Elite: Maryland Beats Texas A&M. Laurin Mincy had 21 points and 12 rebounds to help Maryland rally past Texas A&M 81-74 on Sunday in the semifinals of the Raleigh Regional of the NCAA tournament.Alyssa Thomas added 21 points and nine rebounds for the second-seeded Terrapins (31-4), who trailed by 18 points in the first half and by 11 midway through the second half. But Maryland fought its way back and held the defending national champion Aggies (24-11) to just one basket in the final 7 1/2 minutes.

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