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Regional Recap, October 19, 2011

Woman Robbed, Assaulted By Group Of Men In Odenton. Anne Arundel County police said a woman was robbed and assaulted by a group of men early Tuesday.A 27-year-old woman told officers that she walking on Greyswood Road shortly before 3 a.m. when she was approached by several men.She said one of the men pointed a handgun at her and demanded her sweatshirt, jacket and shoes. She complied, but began to struggle with the men when they tried to take her wallet, police said.The woman, whose name wasn’t released, was hit in the face by one of the men. The culprits then fled the scene, according to police.

Laurel Man Claims $2.8 Million Dollar Lottery PayoutA Laurel man has claimed the latest Multi-Match jackpot. Maryland Lottery officials said Friday’s drawing had an estimated annuity value of $2.8 million, with a cash option of $2.1 million. The 61-year-old winner chose the cash option.Lottery officials didn’t release his name. The winning ticket was sold at Finish Line Liquor store on Ft. Meade Road in Laurel. The winning numbers were 04, 05, 06, 12, 24 and 30.

Man Sought In Rape Of 13-Year Old. Baltimore police are investigating the rape of a 13-year-old girl.Police said the incident happened about 9 p.m. Monday in the 800 block of N. Caroline Street.The victim told police she was walking from a friend’s house to a store and was almost there when a man approached her, forced her into a vacant building and raped her before running away.

Police Find Remains Believed To Be Boy, 11. Police said they believe remains found Tuesday are those of a missing boy whose mother was found slain a week prior. Montgomery County police discovered the remains of a young black boy at about 9:11 a.m. Tuesday in a wooded area of the county. Montgomery County Police Chief Thomas Manger said officers believe it is the body of 11-year-old William McQuain, whose mother was found dead last week.

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