MAN CHARGED WITH DOMESTIC RELATED FIRST-DEGREE ASSAULT: On March 23 at 1:57 p.m., officers responded to a single family home in the 2500 block of Archway Lane in Bryans Road after a man called 911 to report a stabbing. When officers arrived, they located the man who had lacerations to his hands. They found his wife in the basement with multiple stab wounds. They were flown to two different hospitals and admitted with serious injuries. Detectives responded and after further investigation learned the woman’s husband suddenly attacked his wife while she was sleeping. He bound her ankles in shackles, handcuffed her, and then stabbed her repeatedly over the course of hours. He later called 911 and indicated he and his wife had been stabbed. Armando Quispe Rodriguez, 45, of Bryans Road, was arrested on March 26, immediately after he was released from the hospital. He was charged with attempted murder, first-degree assault, false imprisonment, and other related charges. His wife is still in serious condition. Det. J. Elliott is investigating.
ARGUMENT LEADS TO ASSAULT: On March 23 at 9:59 a.m., officers responded to a barbershop in the 2900 block of Shasho Place in Waldorf for the report of a stabbing. Investigation showed two employees of the shop were involved in an alteration with each other when they both produced knives and stabbed the other. One of the subjects fled to a nearby urgent care center and was subsequently transported to a hospital. The other subject fled to his house and later received treatment. None of the injuries were life threatening. The investigation is ongoing. Det. B. Buchanan is investigating.
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