Top Five Stories: Primaries, Robberies and New Orleans

A look at the biggest stories last week in Odenton and Severn.

Happy Easter, everyone! Another week is in the books. We began last week with some election news, followed a few crime stories and stopped to talk to an eager chef. It was a good week. Click on these links to get caught up.

Most polling places in the area reported just a few hundred voters for the primary elections Tuesday. Mitt Romney emerged as the top vote-getter in the Republican primary for U.S. President. Sen. Ben Cardin (D-MD) and Sen. John Sarbanes (D-MD) held off challengers for their seats.

Police arrested Dwight Kearney, 19, of Carriage Court in Severn, after they said he and another man approached two teens and accosted them Monday night. Police said they are investigating the whereabouts of the second suspect and have identified a person of interest.

Anne Arundel County police said they're looking for two men who they say were involved in a shooting of a Jessup man in his apartment last month. Police have obtained warrants for the arrest of Brandon Durell Johnson, of Severn, and Kaliq Uqdah, of Baltimore.

We sat down with chef Rusy Evers, who will open the New Orleans Kitchen and French Market on Telegraph Road later this month. She hopes to turn it into a hot spot for po' boys. It is impossible to read this story without getting hungry.

The historic made its way slowly to the southwest, as house movers picked it up and moved it to make way for a new Walgreens store. It is the in the last month in Odenton.


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