A 26-year-old Brooklyn man was listed in serious but stable condition Friday at Shock Trauma Hospital in Baltimore after being stabbed in the chest and buttocks.
John Christian Quillen, of the 200 block Sycamore Road, was injured Thursday during a domestic dispute at his home, a county police report says.
The incident occurred at 8:05 p.m., police say, when Quillen was stabbed twice with a 10-inch kitchen knife. He was flown to Shock Trauma and underwent surgery Friday morning.
His next-door neighbor, Kyline Ann Connor, 28, was charged with attempted murder and assault.
POLICE FIND BODY IN BURNED CAR
An unidentified man was found dead Thursday night after his car caught fire behind a store located at Ritchie Highway and Townsend Avenue in Brooklyn.
A police officer on patrol noticed the fire at 9:08 p.m. to the rear of the Box and Save. He called the fire department and then unsuccessfully tried to put out the blaze with a fire extinguisher.
After firefighters arrived and doused the flames, officials found a badly burned body in the front seat. Police said the investigation is continuing and it may take some time to identify the body.
GLEN BURNIE PAIR ARRESTED AFTER STOP
Two Glen Burnie men were arrested on drug charges Friday morning after the car they were riding in was stopped for a routine traffic violation.
Michael Samuel Buclous, 27, of the 1000 block Genine Drive, and Randy Lee Henseley, 25, of the 100 block Thomas Road, were charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance with intent to distribute.
A police report says that after the traffic stop, an officer could smell a strong odor of PCP on the Buclous' breath. Buclous was the driver, the report says.
Police also found a cooler in the trunk of the car containing 23 bags of suspected PCP, police say. The report says the drugs could have a street value of $1,200.