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Missing Swimmer Found

Annapolis, Maryland (May 28, 2012) – The Maryland Natural Resources Police have recovered the body of Brandon M. Greene, 21 from Edgewood, Md. Greene disappeared Sunday in the Chesapeake Bay ½ mile west of Howell Point when he jumped off the vessel to go swimming. Greene’s body was transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner for autopsy.

   May 28, 2012

Contact: Sgt. A.A. Windemuth
410-260-8003 office | 410-713-8449 cell

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