Riviera Beach Stabbing

| January 16, 2011 | 0 Comments

UPDATE 11:00 am 01/17/2011: From the Anne Arundel County Police Department:

On January 16, 2011 at approximately 1624 hours, officers responded to 62 Bar Harbor Road Pasadena, Maryland, for a reported stabbing that had just occurred.  Officers found 55-year-old Robert Lee Still, of 62 Bar Harbor Road, suffering from non-life threatening stab wounds.  Still was transported for treatment to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in stable condition.

Mr. Still told officers that he and 29-year-old Jesse Lee Allgaier, of the same address, became involved in a dispute inside the residence.  Still stated the argument turned physical when Allgaier attacked him with a knife and stabbed him in the upper body.  Allgaier fled the residence before police officers arrived, but he was apprehended a short time later in the 8500 block of Ft. Smallwood Road.  Allgairs suffered non-life threatening injuries to his upper body as a result of the altercation, and was transported to Maryland Shock Trauma Center for treatment as well.  Allgaier was later released into police custody.  The investigation remains active at this time, but no additional information is being released at this time.

UPDATE 08:20 am 01/17/2011: The Baltimore Sun is reporting that there was one injury and the victim is expected to survive. The Capital is reporting that there were two injuries and both are in shock-trauma with life threatening injuries.

The Anne Arundel County Fire Department is on the scene of a stabbing at 62 bar Harbor Road in the Riviera Beach section of Pasdena.  The patient is suffering from life threatening injuries and is being transported to Shock-Trauma via helicopter.

Further details surrounding the stabbing are currently unavailable.
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