QUEENSTOWN, Md. - Troopers are investigating a stabbing, after they say a man was stabbed by an unknown person at a home, in Queen Anne's County.
Maryland State Police say on Monday, shortly after 5:00 PM, the Centreville Barrack received a 911 call about a person who had been stabbed multiple times at a home, in the 100 block of Taylors Road, in Queenstown. Investigators apparently met with the victim, had been taken to University of Maryland Shore Emergency Center, in Queenstown.
Troopers learned from the victim, who was being discharged from the hospital, that a man came to the home and demanded someone come out to meet him. The victim then reportedly went outside and confronted the man who is described as having shoulder-length dreadlocks. According to MSP, a physical altercation began, at which time the victim was hit several times in the head and mouth and was bit in his upper right arm. At that point, the man reportedly displayed what appeared to be a small pocket knife and began stabbing the victim on the left side of his upper body. The man then apparently sped off in what was described as a black or dark blue two-door vehicle that turned left at the stop sign.
Although there were several people in the home, authorities say none of them could provide any assistance with identifying the unknown suspect.
Investigators have not yet identified the man they say is responsible for the stabbing. This incident remains under investigation by MSP.
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