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UPDATE: Glen Burnie Stabbing Now Homicide

| August 28, 2009, 12:30 PM | 6 Comments

Victim Dies, Police Need Witnesses

From the Anne Arundel County police Department:

On August 27, 2009, at approximately 5:36 p.m. officers from the Northern District responded to a report of a sick or injured person in the area of Ordnance Road and Stahl Point Road in Glen Burnie.

The caller advised that an unresponsive male was in a Ford Explorer that was stopped on the eastbound shoulder of the road. Consequently, police and paramedics were dispatched to the area.

When the police and paramedics arrived on the scene, they discovered a 48-year-old male subject slumped in the vehicle and suffering from trauma to his chest area. The victim was transported to Harbor Hospital in critical condition with life-threatening injuries and he later died from the injuries.

The victim has been identified as Andrew Joseph Giancoli, 48, of 218 Harlem Road, Pasadena MD.

The Anne Arundel County Police Department is currently interviewing witnesses. There are no charges placed at this time and the investigation continues. Anyone with additional information is asked to contact Detective Carney at 410-222-3458.

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  1. jay says:

    Andy was a good friend and this was a real crappy way for him to die. If anyone has info please call the police.

  2. Eye Spy says:

    We are hearing that the police are speaking with “a person of interest”. Hopefully it is the person that did it!

  3. cristy says:

    Andy was a wonderful person that would have did anything for anyone. It would have had to take a real piece of shit scumbag, coward to do something like that to him. I can not wait for who ever is responsible for this senceless act to meet their maker, and rot in hell!

  4. Rita says:

    Andy was a great guy…i have been to the nascar and drag races with him also to his home for several cookouts..he and my daughter crissy &nikki…were wonderful friends..i hope the police find the scum that did this..no life deserves taking !!!

  5. Eye Spy says:

    I do not know him, but I completely agree that no one deserves to die like that and hopefully the people responsible are caught and really receive the punishment they deserve!

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