Regional Recap, April 2, 2012

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Fatal Shooting Occurs Near Recent Fatal Stabbing. Dorian Booie is still grieving the death of her fiance, Ramonda Young, who was fatally stabbed in her Pumphrey neighborhood on Wednesday.”I just try to stay strong,” Booie said. “I’m just trying to stay strong for the kids.”Less than a week after Young was stabbed on Berlin Avenue, Booie is dealing with another murder in the neighborhood.”I just heard the gun shots and I got down. I heard cars speeding off and when I went to the door to see what happened I saw a man laying in the street and I called 911,” Booie recalled.

MD Megamillions Ticket Hits Jackpot. Someone in Baltimore County has a couple million reasons to be happy. A lucky Mega Millions ticket holder in Baltimore County hit the historic $640 million Mega Millions jackpot.Maryland Lottery spokeswoman Carole Everett told WBAL-TV 11 News shortly after 12:30 a.m. Saturday that one ticket purchased in Baltimore County hit the jackpot. Lottery officials later confirmed that the winning ticket of randomly-drawn numbers was sold early Friday night at the 7-Eleven store in the 8000 block of Liberty Road in Milford Mill.

Crash Shuts Down Route 3 In Odenton. A crash in Anne Arundel County shut down northbound Route 3 in the Odenton area Friday afternoon.Authorities closed the northbound lanes near Stephens Church Road after one vehicle rear-ended another.The driver who rear-ended the other car was taken to Baltimore-Washington Medical Center with serious injuries.

Severely Injured Bait Dog Gets New Home. Nearly two months after being found bloodied on the side of the road in Anne Arundel County, a possible bait dog has a new home.11 News reported on the plight of the dog nicknamed Rocky Road in February.Police said he was suffering from gaping wounds to his face, ears and head, and they were so bad that animal control officers considered euthanizing him.

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