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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Evan Baxter
Two people were charged with murder in the slayings of two children, their mother and their aunt — all of whom were found in a trash-filled apartment above a detached garage at a suburban Maryland home, police said Saturday.
Hollywood tried to make a sequel to a Jim Carrey movie once before without the famed rubber man, and we got the appalling "Son of the Mask." "Evan Almighty" is another story, and a biblical one to boot. The new comedy, a sequel-of-sorts to the 2003 hit "Bruce Almighty," has the good fortune of starring established funnyman Steve Carell.
Bellard and Gilmer apparently were connected to Brooks and Mwasiti Sikyala through the sale of marijuana, though police may learn more as the investigation continues, officer Evan Baxter said.
Evan writes off the godly visions as his overactive imagination.