Regional Recap, April 5, 2012

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Attorney Cannot Confirm MegaMillions Ticket Even Exists. A woman claims to have the winning Mega Millions ticket sold in Maryland– but few have seen it, including her lawyer.Mirlande Wilson claimed she has the winning Mega Millions ticket worth $105 million. At a press conference held at her attorney’s office Wednesday, Wilson not only kept the ticket out of sight, but she also declined comment. She did, however, talk on her cellphone during the press conference.

Two Sought In Jessup Shooting.  Police in Anne Arundel County are looking for two men who detectives said forced their way into a Jessup man’s home and shot him.The incident happened on March 20 at about 11:15 p.m. at a home in the 7800 block of Sellner Road.Police are looking for Brandon Durell Johnson, 23, of Severn; and Kaliq Uqdah, 20, of Baltimore.Detectives said the 45-year-old victim opened his door to Johnson and Uqdah, who forced their way inside, shot the victim and then ran away.

Sex Offender Charged In Three Peeping Tom Incidents. Anne Arundel County police have arrested and charged a registered sex offender in multiple peeping Tom incidents at a Glen Burnie Panera Bread store in the 6600 block of Ritchie Highway.Michael Nicholas Villa, 50, of no fixed address, was arrested Tuesday. The first incident was reported on March 5, when a 19-year-old woman told officers that she was in a stall in the bathroom when she saw a man’s hand reach under the partition with a cellphone in an attempt to videotape her.

Batman Visits Children At Baltimore Hospital. The Batmobile may have been stopped by police but that didn’t stop Batman from visiting children at a Baltimore hospital.

 

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