One Juvenile Stabbed And Another Arrested After Stabbing Inside Havre De Grace Restaurant – CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) – Havre de Grace police arrested a young man for allegedly stabbing another minor inside a posh restaurant on the Pulaski highway on Monday, according to authorities.

Officers found the minor with stab wounds related to the stabbing at around 3:50 p.m.

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He was taken to hospital to receive treatment for his injuries, police said.

The person is in stable condition at this time, according to authorities.

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Havre de Grace officers observed several minors fleeing the stabbing site. Police said one of them matched the suspect’s description.

The person fled from police before they could arrest him, according to authorities. Police say they are being charged as adults with first- and second-degree assault, possession of a dangerous weapon with intent to cause injury, reckless endangerment and resistance to arrest. , the police said.

The assault is under investigation. Officials are hoping to determine the motives of the juvenile facing criminal charges.

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Anyone with information about the attack can contact Detective Sgt. Harmel at 410-939-2121.

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