Laurel Man Charged With Stabbing Supervisor After Questions Over Work Attendance
LAUREL, Md. (AP) — Prince George’s County police say a Laurel man has been charged with stabbing his supervisor after being questioned about his attendance at work.
Police say Robert Pandohie Jr. is charged with first- and second-degree assault.
Officers were called Thursday evening to an apartment complex where Pandohie serves on the maintenance staff.
Police say Pandohie stabbed his supervisor with a knife multiple times after the supervisor approached him to discuss his job attendance. Officers recovered the knife, and police say the supervisor’s injuries aren’t life threatening.
It wasn’t clear if Pandohie had a lawyer, and no telephone listing for him could immediately be found.
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