Man survives 12 stab wounds suspect is charged

October 04, 1994

Police are still trying to determine why Gregory S. Luckett, 34, of the 1100 block of Ramblewood Road was stabbed 12 times Saturday night.

Officers found Mr. Luckett at an apartment in the 1400 block of Middletown Road where he had gone after being stabbed at a nearby antenna tower, police said. He was treated at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center and released Sunday, police said.

Gilbert Eric Daniels, 34, has been charged with assault with intent to murder, police said. Mr. Daniels, also known as "Boonie," was arrested at 9 p.m. Sunday at his mother's house in the 1400 block of Middletown Road, police said.

Youths shoot at truck in Whispering Woods

County police are looking for 10 youths who shot at an Arnold man's truck Friday night as he drove through the Whispering Woods community, officials said.

Larry Alan English, 25, told police he was driving his 1987 Nissan truck on Whispering Woods Drive toward Riverboat Court around 9 p.m. when he stopped for some youths who would not let him pass. When one of the youths threw an unknown object at the truck, Mr. English got out and confronted the youths, police said.

One of the youths got into Mr. English's truck and put it into gear. Mr. English said he gave chase and was able to regain possession of his truck, then heard four shots as he drove down Old Pine Court. One bullet went through the truck's rear window and narrowly missed striking Mr. English in the head, police said.

2 teen-agers rob man at gunpoint at phone

An Arnold man was robbed Sunday morning as he stood at a pay phone outside a convenience store on East College Parkway, county police said.

Aron Matthew McLeod, 21, was using the phone shortly after 4 a.m. when two youths walked up to him. One of them pointed a chrome-plated automatic handgun at him and told him to surrender all of his money, police said.

Mr. McLeod gave the youths his wallet, which contained no money. The youths ran west on College Parkway. Patrol and K-9 units searched the area but could not find the robbers, police said.

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