Two weekend stabbing incidents reported in Anne Arundel County

Three injured, one seriously, in Glen Burnie and Brooklyn Park

May 29, 2012|By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun

Three people were injured, one of them seriously, in two stabbing incidents this weekend in Anne Arundel County, police said.

Timothy Lee Styles, 44, of Annapolis, was charged in a double stabbing in Glen Burnie. He is accused of stabbing his 37-year-old girlfriend and her 18-year-old son.

Styles became combative and was subdued with a Taser when Anne Arundel County Police responded to an apartment in the 300 block of Highland Drive at 10 p.m. Saturday, officials said.

The female victim was taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center and the male victim was taken to Baltimore Washington Medical Center. Both victims were treated and released. Police did not release the victims' names.

Police also charged Lorenzo Derrick Hall, 19, of Glen Burnie, with a handgun violation. Hall is a friend of the male stabbing victim and fired a handgun into the air once, police said.

A separate stabbing was reported about 4 p.m. Sunday near 6th and Cross streets in Brooklyn Park. County police officers found a 17-year-old with multiple stab wounds. The victim told police he was walking down 6th Street when a male suspect stepped out of a vehicle and demanded money.

The suspect took a pack of cigarettes and a knife from the victim's pockets and attempted to take his cell phone, but the victim resisted, police said. The suspect stabbed the victim with a box-cutter knife and entered the vehicle, possibly a green Buick sedan, and fled toward Brooklyn Homes in Baltimore, police said.

The victim was taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center with possible life-threatening injuries.

Police are looking for the suspect, who the victim said is in his late 20s or early 30s, about 6 feet tall, 180 to 200 pounds, with dark skin and a chin-strap beard. Police are also looking for the driver of the vehicle.

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