State trooper charged with cutting his wife BALTIMORE CITY

June 25, 1993|By Staff report

BALTIMORE -- A State Trooper assigned to the Waterloo Barracks was arrested early today and charged with cutting his wife with a knife during a domestic argument in their Aisquith Street home.

Charged with aggravated assault and possession of a deadly weapon is Trooper First Class Jeffrey D. Green, 32, of the 800 block of Aisquith St.

He faced a bail review hearing today.

City police said the couple was arguing shortly after 6 p.m. yesterday when the wife, Connie Green, 28, was cut on the left foot.

Police who responded to the house to investigate an injured person ordered an ambulance, which took the woman to Johns Hopkins Hospital.

There, physicians closed the wound with 18 stitches.

When police escorted the woman back home, they were unable to enter the house because the locks had been changed, police said.

As they prepared to enter a second floor window with a ladder, the husband opened the front door. He was arrested without incident.

Police were investigating why the officers who first arrived on the scene did not arrest the Trooper.

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