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Local Leads: 6/14/10

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    The Baltimore police officer facing a first-degree murder charge in the fatal shooting of an unarmed former Marine is expected to appear in court Monday, more than a day after his uncertain whereabouts triggered an intense search that ended when he surrendered with his attorney. Gahiji A. Tshamba will appear before a District Court judge for a bail review, authorities said. The 15-year police veteran was being held without bail, as is customary for first-degree murder charges in Maryland. (Baltimore Sun)

    Mahi Reddy just wanted to know how he could be first in line to get an electric car when the major automakers begin to roll them out. He joined the Electric Vehicle Association and did a little research on the technology. His Annapolis start-up, SemaConnect Inc., produces devices that aid in the plug-in vehicle charging. Reddy hopes the company will become an influential part of the industry as these cars flow into the mass market. (The Capital)

    Have a problem with pesky geese on your property? Want to get rid of them humanely? Call Cindy Ranneberger.
    Eight years ago, Ranneberger worked at a bank but wasn't happy with her job. By chance, she saw an ad looking for someone who liked dogs, could kayak and wanted to work outdoors. (Frederick News Post)