Top 5 most viewed stories this week

Tragedy rules this week's most viewed stories. A startling incident at a Lansdowne home caught on cell phone camera, the death of a Morgan State football player and a drug-fueled chase across two Maryland counties were among the most viewed stories this week on abc2news.com. 

Scroll below to see the most viewed story this week, and an uplifting bonus story. 

 

5) Hospitalized Morgan State player dies after 'becoming disoriented' at practice

Morgan State University freshman football player Marquese Meadow died from a heat stroke  suffered during a team workout. He became disoriented at practice and died several days later while in the hospital.

“I didn’t understand how this happened. He was a healthy kid,” Meadow’s mother said. (MORE )

4) County police searching for Lansdowne homeowner after barricade situation

Police had to force their way into a Lansdowne home Wednesday morning. Officers found a man in the home suffering from stab wounds outside of the home.

Police are now looking for Rony Leonel Deleon in connection with the stabbing. Police are also searching for Damaris Noemi Chavez-Calderon, the woman who owned the home. She has been missing since the  altercation.

3) Fatal Rosedale stabbing victims were targeted, police said

Police said Charles Mitter and Tyray Wise were fatally stabbed to death inside their Rosedale apartment. Police said they were targeted.

2) Suspect dies after police chase spanning 2 counties

A man, with a face covered in cocaine, led police on a chase across Harford and Baltimore counties. Arvel Douglas Williams crashed into the back of a police cruiser, but the wreck isn’t what killed him.

Harford County sheriff’s deputies restrained the Williams, who suffered a medical emergency while in police custody. Officials believe the combination of drugs in his system or the altercation with authorities contributed to his death.

An autopsy is pending.

1) FBI now involved in search for missing Cecil County teens

The people closest to Ricardo Levenberry have gone from seeing and talking to him everyday to no contact for the past week.

"You don't even know where to look. There's no signs of even where we could look for him. And that's what just hurts me because I don't know if somebody is torturing him, or if he's dead, or if he's going to come back home," Destinie Ortiz, Levenberry's girlfriend, said.

BONUS: Sal Schittino was nearly stabbed to death by a group of four in Federal Hill. Hear what he had to say in this exclusive interview with ABC2 News

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