On February 17, 2014, at approximately 3:06 p.m., officers from the Anne Arundel County Police Southern District responded to the1500 block of Flanders Lane in the Maryland Manor Mobile Home Park in reference to a possible assault and a hit and run.
Upon officers arrival and subsequent investigation, it was determined that a female, accompanied by her current boyfriend later identified as Stephen Bassford, responded to another address in the 1500 block of Flanders Lane Lot “G” to drop off a child that she has in common with Steven Wilson Jr., her estranged husband.
During the child exchange, a verbal altercation ensued between the female and Steven Wilson. The verbal altercation then turned physical. At that time, Bassford exited his vehicle with a baseball bat and struck Steven Wilson’s brother, Matthew Wilson, in the arm. Matthew Wilson then obtained a 2X4 and struck Bassford in the arm.
Both Bassford and the female then entered Bassford’s vehicle and attempted to leave the area. At this time Mr. Matthew Wilson struck the vehicle with the 2X4 shattering the driver’s side window. As Bassford was leaving, he struck two vehicles which were parked in the lot, a bystander and Matthew Wilson. The bystander, a female, was transported to Anne Arundel Medical Center with minor injuries. Bassford then left the mobile home park. He was located with the female near the Maryland Manor Mobile Home Park.
The female, 22 from Hughesville, that was with Bassford was transported to Bowie Medical Center for treatment. Domestic assault charges are pending against her.
- Stephen Guy Bassford, 32, of the 15300 block of Sunset Dr., Hughesville, MD, was placed under arrest for 1st and 2nd degree assault and traffic charges. He was transported to Anne Arundel Medical Center for injuries related to the assault.
- Steven Chester Wilson, 25, of the 1500 block of Flanders Lane, Harwood, MD was placed under arrest for 2nd degree Domestic assault charges.
- Matthew James Wilson, 22, of the 1500 block of Flanders Lane, Harwood, MD was placed under arrest 1st and 2nd degree assault charges.