2 Md. Men Accused Of Fighting Outside Fundraiser

PRINCESS ANNE, Md. (AP) — Two Somerset County men are accused of brawling outside a bar that was holding a fundraiser.

Police say George R. Jones and Philip Hopkins Murray, both of Princess Anne, face charges including disorderly conduct and second-degree assault. They were released on $15,000 bond Wednesday from the Somerset County Detention Center and are scheduled for trial on June 30.

Police say the two men fought Tuesday night in the parking lot of Peaky’s Restaurant in Princess Anne. The fight caused injuries that required medical attention.

The fight was not connected to the fundraiser, which was held on behalf of a farmer who was injured in a recent accident.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

  • sheriff

    That’s what Red necks do when they consume alcohol. Stupid brutes with the brain the size of a marble.

  • Mary Jane

    I guess you would know Sheriff.


    You are right Mary Jane.

  • Kay

    Sheriff is actually right this time!!! I am from the Eastern Shore and Princess Anne is full of REDNECKS.

  • whatnow

    At least rednecks stick to themselves. You wont have to worry about getting shot by one because you had the nerve to go to the grocery store at 9:00 at night.

blog comments powered by Disqus
Track Weather On The Go With Our App!

Listen Live