Regional Recap, November 27, 2012

| November 27, 2012
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Man, 77, Killed After Stepping Into Path Of SUV. A pedestrian was killed Monday afternoon after police said he walked into the path of an SUV in Linthicum. The collision happened around 5:15 p.m. Monday along Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard near Edgewood Road. Anne Arundel County police said a man in a Ford Explorer was driving in the furthest right lane of the boulevard when Nelson Bert Lehnert, 77, of Linthicum, stepped off the curb and into his path.

Woman, 3-Year-Old Killed In Wrong-Way I-695 Crash. A woman and a young girl were killed and two others were seriously injured late Sunday night along the Outer Loop of the Beltway after police said a driver going the wrong way on the highway crashed head-on into an SUV. Emergency crews were called to the Curtis Creek Drawbridge around 10 p.m. Sunday.

Police: Man Abused 2-Week-Old Daughter. A Baltimore City father is behind bars on accusations that he abused his 2-week-old daughter. Andre Littlejohn, 23, faces multiple child abuse and assault charges. Charging documents listed the baby as suffering multiple rib fractures, as well as bruising all over the body and injuries that were consistent with burns on her genitals.

Man Killed In Towson Apartment Shooting. Baltimore County police have identified a man who died after a shooting east of Towson University and near the Country Club of Maryland. Police said 27-year-old Alsawab Sawab died Sunday night after he was taken to Sinai Hospital. Officers were called to the 7000 block of Lachlan Circle around 6:55 p.m. Sunday. A resident in the area called to report a man who had been shot. When police arrived they found Sawab with multiple gunshot wounds.

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