Three Arrested And Charged In Connection To Edgewood Stabbing Incident
HARFORD COUNTY - Three individuals have been detained and charged by the Harford County police in relation to a stabbing in Edgewood on the evening of June 2, according to police.
Police responded to the 1600 block of Swallow Crest Drive around 9:00 PM following reports of a stabbing. On arrival, the police found a man, identified as 39-year-old William Merrill McKinney of Edgewood, suffering from several stab injuries to his upper body.
Police said that Immediate lifesaving efforts were carried out by the deputies on the scene, followed by further treatment from medical personnel. McKinney was then airlifted to a nearby trauma center, where he was reported to be in critical but stable condition.
Investigators began door-to-door inquiries in the Swallow Crest Drive area seeking potential witnesses, and forensic teams were dispatched to gather physical evidence to support the ongoing investigation.
According to officials, preliminary investigation findings suggest this was an isolated event, and detectives confirmed no ongoing risk to the public.
Tremayne Foster, 25, Daniel Mason, 34, both from Edgewood, and Tyron Brown-White, 33, from Nottingham, have been charged with various offenses, including first and second-degree assault and attempted second-degree murder.
Additional charges for Mason include armed robbery and robbery. All three are currently being held at the Harford County Detention Center without bail.
The victim, McKinney, is expected to recover from his injuries, officials clarified.
The Harford County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division urges anyone with information about the crime or possible video footage of the incident to contact Detective Thumma at 443-567-7201.
Anonymous tips can be submitted through the Metro Crime Stoppers Tip Line at 1-866-7Lockup.
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