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Precinct 3 - Franklin

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Keyword: first degree assault

The victim and suspect have been involved in an ongoing dispute over the fact they both have children by the same father.  At 7:30 p.m., the victim was at the BP Station when she was attacked by the suspect, who stabbed her in the hand, arms and over her eye, receiving multiple lacerations. Victim was treated at a local hospital. Suspect was arrested.

Around 11:45 p.m., several subjects became involved in a heated argument. The verbal argument became physical and the suspect pulled out a large knife and attempted to stab several people. At some point one of the female parties was cut on the leg.  The suspect also forcibly stole a cell phone as one of the victims attempted to call police. The suspects fled the scene and were stopped by police as they were leaving the neighborhood. The suspect responsible for the assault, robbery and stabbing was immediately arrested. The driver of the vehicle was arrested after he assaulted the police officers on the scene.

At 10:37 p.m., officers responded at the request of an off-duty MTA officer. The officer stated that he had just exited the Euro Liquors when he observed the female suspect approach a male on the parking lot in a hostile manner. The female pushed the male against the building and held a shiny object to his neck. The MTA officer noticed that the object was a large knife. The MTA officer ordered the suspect to drop the knife and she complied. The victim left the scene prior to police arrival. The suspect was arrested and the knife was recovered. The incident was verified by store video.

At 7:35 p.m., officers responded to the Patient First in reference to two stabbing victims being treated. The two patients were suffering from stab wounds to the mid body. The victims were taken to area hospitals. Investigation revealed that an altercation took place at the Sunoco station, 10800 Block of  Reisterstown Road. Two suspects exited their vehicle at the Sunoco and assaulted the victims. The nature of the dispute is unknown. The suspects were located and taken into custody.

At 6:50 p.m. two juveniles became involved in a dispute. An adult suspect grabbed of the juveniles and took him to an address on  Shirley Manor Road. The suspect then told the other juvenile to punch the juvenile victim in the face. When the mother of the juvenile victim went to the location, she was hit in the head with a bat. The has been one suspect taken into custody.

At 10:35 a.m., the victim was sitting in his car when he was approached by two suspects. One of the suspects was carrying an AR15 type rifle. The suspects demanded that the victim give them everything he had. The victim then drove off at which time, the suspect with the rifle fired one shot at the victim but the victim was not hit. The suspects were later located and taken into custody.

At 4:24 p.m., the victim went to the location to collect on a drug debt. The victim and the suspect got into an argument, during which the suspect cut the victim with a knife. The victim then ran from the scene.

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