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Posted at 4:03 PM ET, 11/28/2010

Body found near Laurel Park

By The Associated Press

Police say a man's body was found in the woods across from the entrance to the Laurel Park racetrack.

Anne Arundel County police Lt. Michael Brothers says a person in the woods came across the body around 10:30 Sunday morning and called police.

Brothers says the body was found about 400 yards from the road in an area where homeless people are known to camp.

The man had suffered apparent head trauma, and homicide detectives are investigating. Police haven't identified the body.

By The Associated Press  | November 28, 2010; 4:03 PM ET
Categories:  Anne Arundel  
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Comments

Our homeless are often veterans who have served our country well but left to their own devises concerning their memories. PTSD is a serious ailment and many homeless people have it.
I cannot wait for OBAMACARE to help us take care of the most vulnerable among us. And, YES there are drugs and trauma therapy methods that work.
Mental health is not a gift but a human right.

Posted by: LibertySpinner | November 28, 2010 10:08 PM | Report abuse

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