2 Men Charged In Towson Bar Stabbing
TOWSON, Md. (AP) — Baltimore County Police have charged two men after a man was stabbed during a bar fight in Towson.
Police announced the charges Sunday related to the fight at the Charles Village Pub that injured others a day earlier.
When a man tried to intervene in an argument between Nicholas Jarrad Jones of Baltimore and a woman, police say Jones, 22, stabbed the man multiple times. Then, police say, Robert Lee Blackshire II of Towson assaulted the man’s friend. Two bystanders, a man and a woman, were also hurt.
Jones and Blackshire were arrested at the scene. Jones is charged with attempted first-degree murder and first-degree assault and is being held without bail. Blackshire, 21, is charged with second-degree assault.
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