Aberdeen Man, 37, Charged With Murder After Stabbing

January 06, 1991|By Alan J. Craver | Alan J. Craver,Staff writer

An Aberdeen man charged with the stabbing death of another Aberdeen man has been scheduled for a preliminary hearing in Harford District Court on Jan. 25.

Ronald L. Huff, 37, has been charged with first-degree murder and assault with intent to murder by Aberdeen police inconnection with the Dec. 26 slaying of Kenneth Hueitt, 23.

Police said that, according to witnesses, Huff went to Hueitt's apartment in the 100 block of Hanover Street, pulled out a knife and stabbed him once in the chest, a police report filed in District Courtshows.

Huff then fled from the Washington Park apartment and leftthe area, police said. He was later arrested at his home in the 500 block of Plaza Court.

Hueitt was taken to Harford Memorial Hospital, where he died at 11:40 p.m. -- about one hour after the stabbing was reported.

Members of Washington Park's residential security patrol unit saw Huff at the apartment complex earlier on the day of the stabbing, Aberdeen Police Chief John R. Jolley said.

Jolley added that the department has not found the knife used to stab Hueitt. Investigators believe the assailant threw the knife into a wooded area near Washington Park while fleeing the scene.

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