ANNE ARUNDEL POLICE BEAT / REDNECK RAMPAGE: Raising Cain in Knife Fight; North Carolina Man Wins Round One in Bar Closing Melee
Next Round Will Go to the Judge
GLEN BURNIE, MD. – They teach those mountain men of North Carolina how to handle themselves with a bear and the only weapon available is a knife, just ask Daniel Boone. For Thomas Ray Cain of Murphy, North Carolina, whipping a couple of Glen Burnie bozos was a piece of cake. According to Anne Arundel Police, Cain raised his blade and sent three local yokels to hospitals.
It all started on Feb. 24, 2018, at about 3 am, when nothing much good ever happens.
The location, according to police, of the melee was in the parking lot between the Extended Stay America Motel and the Sidelines Sports Bar and Grill at 100 Chesapeake Center Court, Glen Burnie, Md.
Police say that big mouths began chattering, fists were flying and finally, blood began spurting – as that is the nature of fist fights being won by the guy who brought a knife or a gun.
During the altercation, three participants who couldn’t duck, weave or bob when confronted by a hillbilly sustained non-life-threatening cuts/stab wounds.
Due to the nature of the criminal charges, Cain is being given an extended stay in the Anne Arundel County Hoosegow as bail was denied, given that he fileted three and is a resident of another state, making him a reasonable bet to be a flight risk.
During the altercation, three participants who couldn’t duck, weave or bob when confronted by a hillbilly sustained non-life-threatening cuts/stab wounds. All victims were transported to local hospitals where they were treated and released.
An arrest warrant was obtained by Anne Arundel sleuths and on February 27, 2018, at approximately 1:00 a.m., Thomas Ray Cain, of 512 Snow Hill Church Road, Murphy, North Carolina, was taken into custody. He has been charged with 1st-degree assault, 2nd-degree assault, reckless endangerment, disorderly conduct, and other related charges.
- Thomas Ray Cain was convicted of DWI in his home county of Cherokee in North Carolina on Nov. 3, 2015. He was sentenced to probation for two years. His driver’s license was revoked on Oct. 31, 2013.
- Cherokee County Court records show that Cain was convicted of larceny on Dec. 21, 2011 and given a suspended sentence and parole.