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Slain man identified; name of drowning victim sought

Police have identified the victim of a fatal shooting early Wednesday in the 1600 block of E. Oliver St. in East Baltimore as Larnell Darrell Burrus, 24, of no fixed address.

Investigators were still trying to identify the man who jumped into the Inner Harbor about noon Wednesday and drowned after trying to steal a taxicab outside the Sheraton Inner Harbor, police spokeswoman Sherri Albrecht said yesterday. Police said they threw flotation devices at the man, who had jumped in the water near the 300 block of Light St., but he did not try to grab them.

Police were awaiting toxicology results to determine whether the man was under the influence at the time of the drowning, Albrecht said.

Man indicted in slaying of college student

A city grand jury indicted Nathaniel Boyd Fedd on Wednesday in the May 26 killing of a Polytechnic Institute graduate and star athlete.

Fedd, 29, whose last known address was on Myrtle Avenue in West Baltimore, is charged with first-degree murder in the shooting of Rio-Jarell Tatum, 19, in a holdup. Fedd was also indicted on charges of robbery with a deadly weapon and attempted murder of a person who was with Tatum.

Tatum and his friend were attacked and robbed on North Paca Street as they were on their way to a nightclub. Tatum had just returned home from his freshman year at Pennsylvania State University. Fedd's arraignment is scheduled for Aug. 8.

In Baltimore County

Jermaine Lewis sponsors community benefit event

BORING - Jermaine Lewis, former wide receiver with the Baltimore Ravens, will sponsor his "Community Outreach Huddle" on Sunday at the Boring Volunteer Fire Department on Old Hanover Road.

The event, which begins at 1 p.m., will include an all-you-can-eat buffet, autograph signings by Lewis and members of the Ravens, activities and giveaways. Admission is free for children, $10 for adults.

Proceeds will be donated to the Geronimo Lewis Foundation and will be used to fund programs that help underprivileged children.

Lansdowne fire company begins its carnival today

LANSDOWNE - The Lansdowne Volunteer Fire Company is presenting its annual carnival today through July 13 at Lansdowne High School, 3800 Lansdowne Road.

The carnival features rides, food and games, a car show tomorrow and a community parade Sunday. Carnival hours are 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 7 p.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday, and 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday.

Admission is free, but attendees must pay for rides. Information: 410-242-1093.

Carillon recitals planned on Friday nights at school

OWINGS MILLS - Carillonneurs from the United States and abroad will present recitals on McDonogh School's 48-bell carillon from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. on five Fridays, beginning today and continuing through Aug. 2.

The recitals, free and open to the public, will be at the school's Tagart Memorial Chapel, in the center of the campus, 8600 McDonogh Road. The bell tower will be open for tours after the programs today, July 12, July 26 and Aug. 2.

Visitors are invited to bring lawn chairs, blankets and picnics, and children will be allowed to use the playground behind the lower school. If case of rain, seating will be available in the chapel. Information: 410- 363-0600.

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