Regional Recap, June 1, 2012

| June 1, 2012
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Officials: Harford County Man Kills Roommate, Eats His Body Parts. A former Morgan State University student admitted to dismembering his roommate and eating some of his body parts, the Harford County Sheriff’s Office said Thursday. According to charging documents, Alexander Kinyua, 21, killed his roommate, Kujoe Bonsafo Agyei-Kodie, 37, who was a native of Ghana, with a knife and then ate his heart and part of his brain.

Police Probe Sex Assault In Annapolis.  Police in Anne Arundel County said they’re investigating an alleged sex assault in Annapolis. The victim said she was walking along Generals Highway near Rams Head Bar on Saturday afternoon when she accepted a ride from a man in a gray pickup truck. She told police the man then stopped on the shoulder of the road and physically assaulted her. She was able to fight free and run from the vehicle, but she told police the man chased her and sexually assaulted her.

Thousands Lose Power In Annapolis.  Almost 2,000 people have lost power early Thursday afternoon in the Annapolis area. City officials said the outage started affecting several neighborhoods at about 12:20 p.m. by 12:45 p.m., almost 1,900 people lost power. At the height of the outage, as many as 3,300 customers lost power.

 MDE: Rains, Cooler Temps Could Slow Fish Kills. The weather could come to the rescue for fish in Maryland waters. Officials with the Maryland Department of the Environment said they believe recent rains and cooler temperatures could slow the recent fish kills, but they said it’s still too early to tell. MDE officials said the latest oxygen readings are getting higher, which is a good sign because a lack of oxygen caused by algae has been suffocating the fish, but levels have been dropping back down at night, so there’s no guarantee of positive results.

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