On November 18, 2010, at approximately 3:21 p.m., officers from the Northern District responded to Baltimore Washington Medical Center for a reported stabbing and attempt robbery that occurred earlier at another location.
Upon arrival, officers spoke with the 50-year-old male victim from Glen Burnie, who advised that he was assaulted by three unknown suspects as he was walking near the Discount Cigarette located in the 7900 block of B&A Boulevard in Glen Burnie. The suspects approached the victim and asked him for money, but the victim relayed that he didn’t have any money. At that time, the suspects responded by pushing the victim. One of the suspects brandished a knife, swung it at the victim and struck him multiple times in the abdomen area. The suspects then fled on foot toward Albert Drive. The victim suffered minor lacerations from the incident. Several officers responded to the area to search for the suspects, but were unable to locate them.
Suspect #1: Black male, approximately 17-19 years old, 5’10” with a medium build and braided hair, last seen wearing a black shirt, a black jacket, black jeans and white shoes
Suspect #2: Black male, approximately 17-19 years old, 5’7” with a medium build, last seen wearing a green shirt, a black jacket, black pants and white shoes
Suspect #3: Black male, approximately 17-19 years old, 5’7” with a heavy build, last seen wearing a white jacket, a black shirt, black jeans and black shoesAndrew had almost the exact same thing happen to him at the same location a few weeks before he died; he wasn't stabbed but the assailants did have a knife. Here is a look at the scene:
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