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Four Arrested After Alleged Confrontation In Salisbury

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23-year-old Tyshika Stanley, of Salisbury, MD 23-year-old Tyshika Stanley, of Salisbury, MD
45-year-old Sarah Harmon, of Salisbury, MD 45-year-old Sarah Harmon, of Salisbury, MD
21-year-old Te Shombre Taylor, of Salisbury, MD 21-year-old Te Shombre Taylor, of Salisbury, MD

SALISBURY, Md. - Four Salisbury residents have been arrested, after allegedly assaulting a person in their Salisbury home. The Wicomico County Sheriff's Office says on Tuesday, around 3:30 PM, they arrived at a home on South Westover Drive, where they found a man who had been cut with a knife.

An investigation showed that 26-year-old Lamar Trotter, 23-year-old Tyshika Stanley, and 45-year-old Sarah Harmon went to the home, uninvited, to speak to the resident, 21-year-old Te Shombre Taylor. Police say an argument broke out between Taylor and Trotter, during which Taylor grabbed a knife, and started swinging it around, injuring Trotter.

Trotter, Stanley, and Harmon were arrested for allegedly entering the residence uninvited, and were charged with 4th degree burglary. While Taylor was arrested for allegedly cutting Trotter with the knife, and was charged with 1st degree assault. All four are being held at the Detention Center on bond.

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