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Keyword: stabbing

Update (July 29, 2020 7:00 p.m.):

On July 27 just before 11:30 p.m. police responded to the unit block of Acorn Circle, 21286 for a call of a fight. Upon arriving, officers discovered that all of the subjects had left the scene and six of them went to local hospitals.

The preliminary investigation revealed that several people were involved in an argument over a video that resulted in six people being stabbed. Everyone involved was known to each other and this was an isolated incident. One victim is still in the hospital in stable condition. The remaining five have been released from the hospital.

Jahmon Graham (15) of the unit block of Acorn Circle, 21286 was charged as an adult with attempted first and second-degree murder as well as first and second-degree assault.  Mary Wilson (20) of the 1000 block of East Biddle St., 21202 was charged with first and second-degree assault. Krystal McKeever (32) of the unit block of Acorn Circle, 21286 was charged with attempted second-degree murder, first-degree assault and second degree assault.

Graham and McKeever were released on their own recognizance after a bail review hearing. Wilson has since been released after posting a $15,000.00 bail.

Original (July 28, 2020 2:43 p.m.):

Several People Stabbed in Towson After a Fight

On July 27 just before 11:30 p.m. police responded to the unit block of Acorn Circle, 21286 for a call of a fight. Upon arriving, officers discovered that all of the subjects had left the scene and six of them went to local hospitals.

The preliminary investigation revealed that several subjects who are known to each other were involved in an argument over a video that resulted in the stabbing. Afterward, everyone who was injured transported themselves to local hospitals. Several suspects have been arrested and their information will be released pending criminal charges.

Detectives from the Baltimore County Police Violent Crimes Unit are investigating the circumstances surrounding the stabbing and ask anyone who may have additional information to call 410-307-2020. Callers may remain anonymous.

booking photo of Micheal Anthony YoungBaltimore County Police are investigating a stabbing in Gwynn Oak yesterday morning that left a man hospitalized.

Just before 5 a.m. police responded to the 3600 block of Campfield Road, 21207 for a call of a stabbing. Responding officers discovered an adult man outside the home suffering from trauma to the upper body. He was transported to a local hospital with life-threatening injuries.

Officers located the suspect, identified as Michael Anthony Young (29) of the 2900 block of Allendale Road, 21216, walking nearby. He was arrested and treated at an area hospital for minor injuries before being released back into police custody. 

The investigation determined that the victim invited the suspect to his home where they began arguing. The argument escalated when Young stabbed the victim in the upper body with a sharp edged weapon several times. The victim fled the home to seek help while Young left the location on foot, where he was apprehended by responding officers.

Young is charged with attempted first degree murder, first degree assault, second degree assault and having a dangerous weapon with the intent to injure. He is held on no bail status at the Baltimore County Detention Center pending a bail review hearing.

Detectives from the Pikesville Precinct Investigative Services Team are continuing the investigating into this incident. Anyone with additional information is asked to contact detectives by calling 410-887-1279. Callers may remain anonymous.

Booking photo of Reginald Eugene CooperUPDATE (May 13, 2020 1:45 p.m.):

Police have charged Reginald Eugene Cooper (40) of the 4200 block of Maple Path Circle, 21236 in yesterday's assault on his 11-year-old son.

Cooper was behaving bizarrely yesterday morning when he stopped a neighbor outside and told her to go into his house to check on his son. When she did so, Cooper returned and threatened to kill his son, striking him with a screwdriver and causing a puncture wound. He assaulted the neighbor when she tried to leave to get help. The boy fled the home where another neighbor saw him bleeding and tried to render first aid. Cooper approached and assaulted her, as well as a third neighbor after demanding entry into the man's home.

When the first officer arrived he was directed by witnesses to Cooper, who did not comply with commands and assaulted the officer. Cooper was taken into custody and transported to an area hospital as a precaution based on his behavior, treated and released. The officer was also transported to an area hospital, treated and released. The boy remains hospitalized in stable condition.

Cooper is charged with the following: 

  • Attempted first degree murder
  • Attempted second degree murder
  • First degree assault
  • Five counts of second degree assault
  • First degree child abuse
  • Second degree child abuse
  • Use of a dangerous weapon with intent to injure

Cooper is held on no bail status pending a bail review hearing.

Original Release (May 12, 2020 11:05 a.m.):

Police are investigating after a child was injured this morning in a domestic related assault.

Officers were called to the 4200 block of Maple Path Circle, 21236 at 10:28 a.m. when the boy, 11, ran to a neighbor's house seeking help after his father struck him with an object that caused a puncture wound to his upper body. The suspect fought with arriving officers, causing a non-life-threatening injury to one officer before he was taken into custody.

The boy was transported to an area hospital in unknown condition. The officer was also transported to an area hospital for treatment. The identity of the suspect is withheld pending formal charges.

The BCoPD reminds the public that if you are a victim of domestic violence and are in immediate danger, please call 911. Resources and information about domestic violence are also available online.

 
 
Revised June 27, 2017