Glen Burnie man stabbed in bar fightA Glen Burnie man told...

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June 25, 1992

Glen Burnie man stabbed in bar fight

A Glen Burnie man told police he was stabbed early Saturday morning during a fight with another man over a girlfriend.

According to the police report, Matthew Whitacre, 23, of the 200 block of Maine Ave., was inside the Precinct Bar on Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard when an unidentified man began talking to his girlfriend.

Whitacre told the man not speak to his girlfriend and began arguing with him.

At 2:50 a.m., Whitacre and his girlfriend were leaving the bar when the man began beating him and stabbed him in the back, the police report said.

Whitacre was treated at North Arundel Hospital. He told police he did not know his attacker's name.

He described his assailant as a white man, with long brown hair and blue or green eyes. He was wearing a tan shirt and jeans.

Glen Burnie:

6400 block of Graften Garth Court: June 20, entry gained through the door. Television and money taken. Total loss: $210.

Severn:

1700 block of Richfield Drive: June 21, entry gained through the door. Appliances and other property taken. Total loss: $6,150.

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