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Six people arrested in Salisbury stabbing, investigation ongoing

SALISBURY, Md. - Police say that six people were arrested after a stabbing on Sunday morning in Salisbury.

According to Salisbury Police, officers responded to Waverly Drive and Middle Boulevard at 3:30 AM on Sunday morning, for the report of a stabbing victim. Officers met with the victim who had wounds to his lower abdomen.

Detectives worked from Sunday until Tuesday to try and find suspects and to obtain footage from the scene and area businesses. They learned that the victim was walking through Middle Boulevard and Waverly Drive when he was chased and attacked by multiple suspects in the area.

The suspects allegedly stole the victim's cell phone and cash. Detectives believe that the incident is domestic related and not a random attack. The victim is reportedly related to the suspects.

The victim was taken to Peninsula Regional Medical Center for serious but non life threatening injuries. The victim is in stable condition. Six suspects have been arrested and charged as adults. Police say that the investigation is still ongoing.

17-year-old Tre'Jaun McCready of Salisbury and 17-year-old Major Richardson of Salisbury were both charged with attempted first and second degree murder, first and second degree assault, armed robbery, theft and reckless endangerment. 16-year-old Kevin Seck of Salisbury, was charged with attempted first and second degree murder, first and second degree assault, reckless endangerment and wearing and carrying a deadly and dangerous weapon.

16-year-old Willie Hunter of Salisbury, was charged with wearing and carrying a dangerous, deadly weapon, reckless endangerment, attempted first and second degree murder and first and second degree assault. 17-year-old Earl Hodges of Salisbury, was charged with attempted first and second degree murder, first and second degree assault, reckless endangerment and wearing and carrying a dangerous, deadly weapon. 18-year-old Micah Martin of Salisbury, was charged with attempted first and second degree murder, first and second degree assault, reckless endangerment and wearing and carrying a dangerous deadly weapon.

During the briefing, officers also discussed that there have been a high number of vehicle thefts and thefts from vehicles around Camden Avenue. Police said that people have been leaving valuable items in their cars in plain sight and that people have been taking wallets and cash from cars.

Officers are urging the public to remove items from their car and to take their keys out of the ignition along with lock their cars. Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Solvers at 410-548-1776.


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