Timothy Barton was charged with attempted second-degree murder and assault in the first degree.
The man and woman are seen in the parking lot of the Trellis Center convenience store walking from a maroon Jeep and entering the store together. Police believe the man then became involved in an unknown altercation with the two victims inside the store, stabbing both before leaving with the woman.
The preliminary investigation reveals Williams went to the victim’s home this morning. The victim and suspect got into an argument which escalated into the stabbing. The victim and suspect had been in a romantic relationship. Williams was still in the home when officers arrived. She is charged with second degree murder and first degree assault.
Baynard has been a recent resident of the Maryland Prison System, living in a cell in Jessup, Md., until he was allowed probation. He was sentenced to prison after he entered a guilty plea to resisting arrest and interfering with an arrest in a deal with Talbot County States Attorney Scott Patterson which sent him away for three years but the deal included having two of the years suspended. Restitution in the amount of $772.14 was ordered in return for a charge of malicious destruction of property being dropped. His period of probation ends on Aug. 26, 2016.
ROCKVILLE, MD. — The suspect wanted in connection with yesterday’s stabbing at Rockville Station has been arrested.
Late yesterday, Metro Transit Police detectives obtained an arrest warrant for Reginald COOPER, 38, of Maryland.
Maryland State Police Sgt. Jeff Jones reports that on June 16, 2014 members from the Maryland State Apprehension Team (MSAT) located suspect Jamarr Sherman Mackall (22), DOB: 12/13/91 at a residence in Lusby, Calvert County, MD.
(WILLARDS, MD) 9/5/13–– State and local police are searching for a man wanted for the stabbing of an acquaintance that occurred early yesterday morning during …