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Regional Recap, August 17, 2011

| August 17, 2011, 09:05 AM | 0 Comments

Man Disappears While Crabbing. A man disappeared Tuesday in a creek off the West River in Anne Arundel County south of Annapolis.According to the Maryland Natural Resources police, officers are searching for Dean Dixon, 52, of Harwood, who they said disappeared in the Tenthouse Creek at about 3 p.m. Tuesday in the area of the 4700 block of Bayfield Road in Galesville.

Teen Flash Mob Steals From 7-Eleven. A flash mob took over a convenience store in Germantown, Montgomery County recently, taking whatever they wanted.About three dozen people were caught on video walking into the 7-Eleven and stealing candy, sodas, ice cream and other items.Police are investigating and said so far, they’ve identified four people involved.

Former Raven, Jermaine Lewis, Charged In Crash. Baltimore County police said former Ravens wide receiver Jermaine Lewis, 36, has been charged in a Monday evening traffic accident.Charging documents stated that an officer responding to calls about a white Dodge Charger that hit a fire department sign without stopping went to Lewis’ Reisterstown home, where the car was parked, and the officer found Lewis on the couch.Witnesses told officers they saw the Charger driving erratically on Old Hanover Road for several miles. Police said when they found Lewis, he reeked of alcohol and had blood-shot eyes.

2.4M Gallons Of Sewer Overflow Spills Into River. An estimated 2.4 million gallons of sewer overflow spilled Tuesday into the Back River, according to the Baltimore City Department of Public Works.The sewer overflow spilled Sunday shortly before 12:30 p.m. for more than two hours after heavy rainfall in the area.DPW officials said the storms coupled with construction upgrades at the plant led to the overflow. Healht officials are monitoring the waters.

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