An Argument Turns Violent At A Dundalk Pet Smart


Baltimore County Police say an argument between two males turned violent inside a Pet Smart in Dundalk.

The two men were in the pet department, when the argument broke out. The argument escalated with the men spitting on and throwing merchandise at each other. One of the men punched the other man, when he saw him reach into his pants pocket during the fight, according to the report.

Dundalk StabbingSixty-seven-year-old Duwade Marshall Moses of the 2700 block of Delk Court pulled a “folding knife” out of his pocket and stabbed the other man who has not been identified in the upper body.

Medics dispatched to the scene transported the victim to an area hospital. He is expected to survive his injuries. Moses was released on bond, according to the report.

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