Man Stabbed During Charles Village Robbery

He was stabbed in the shoulder as he was trying to flee.

A man was stabbed when he tried to get away from a robber in Charles Village—though he didn't initially notice it.

According to Baltimore police, at 8 p.m., Feb. 11, a man was walking in the 2500 block of Guilford Avenue when a robber grabbed him.

The robber then told the man: "Where’s it at? Give it up."

The robber then searched the man and took his cellphone and ID.

At that point, the man tried to pull away from the robber. When that happened the man was struck on his shoulder.

But the man continued to run from the scene and boarded a bus. Once he was on the bus, the man realized that he was stabbed when the robber struck him on the shoulder.

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Seal Team 2 February 27, 2013 at 02:33 PM
If conceal carry permits were allowed to the average law abiding citizen the odds of a Criminal robbing a guy walking down the street would drop drasticly becuase the threat to the criminal of getting shot by the person he is trying to rob for $20 dollars would be a drastic deterant because we all know as much as BCPD tries they cant protect us. and the courts wont make the punishments enough of a deterant to petty crimes so we the walkers & bike riders of the streets of baltimore need to be armed and create our own deterant to the criminal. If one ever aproaches me he will have a big surprise. I am a CCP holder and I will shoot to kill if the situation will alow me to do so with in the laws confines of the threat presented to me by the criminal. If he has a Weapon he will DIE! If not it will take him 6 monthe to heal in the hospitol after I get done with him........I believe in re applying force with a 10 times multiplier. some one hits you hit them back ten times and ten times harder. They shoot at you, shoot them ten times. Send a Message that will put fear in the criminal. Make the crime not worth the punisment.
Steve February 27, 2013 at 03:59 PM
If the victim in this instance was carrying a gun then more than likely the robber would have stolen that from him too.
Seal Team 2 February 27, 2013 at 04:24 PM
I would hope if he was as every one I know who carries would be skilled enough to know how to use it to defend himself. If you cant defend yourself with out losing your weapon than maybe you should choose to not posses one, That is each individuals choice but dont dont stop those of us who do know how to use them from being able to carry them. One day it may be your life that gets saved by one of us being present.


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