From the Aberdeen Police Department:
(Aberdeen, Maryland) January 16, 2010 – Four people including an off duty police officer remain at Shock Trauma in serious but stable condition all are suffering from various stab wounds. Investigators say a fight broke out between two men in the parking lot of the Diamond Club. One of the men produced a knife stabbing the other man, four others, including the off duty officer, were stabbed as they attempted to break up the fight.
Kibwa Cazemba Evans 31, of Baltimore has been arrested and will be charged with several counts of attempted murder and first and second-degree assault. Evans was injured in the incident and was transported to Bayview Hospital where he was treated and released.
The others victims are identified as follows:
– Roshon Harris 25 of Aberdeen- flown to Shock Trauma
– Bryan Joyner 29 of Baltimore- at Shock Trauma after being transferred from Harford Memorial Hospital
-Timothy Daughton 35 of Perryman- at Shock Trauma after being transferred from Harford Memorial Hospital
– Terrance Coleman 28 of Elkton- treated at Union Hospital in Elkton and released
– Off duty officer- Todd Duncan 43, a 3 year veteran of the department- flown to Shock Trauma
At about 1:50 AM an off duty Aberdeen officer, working secondary employment at the Clarion Hotel, requested assistance for a disturbance at the Diamond Club, 980 Hospitality Way, in Aberdeen.
Arriving officers found the off duty officer and several other people suffering from stab wounds. At this time the officer and one civilian have been transported to Shock Trauma, six others, including the suspect, are being treated for various injuries, four at Harford Memorial Hospital; one at Bayview and one civilian that arrived by personal vehicle at Union Hospital in Elkton, the extent of their injuries are unknown.
Assistance was received for the Maryland Sate Police, Harford County Sheriff’s Department and the Bel Air Police. The injured were transported by paramedics from Maryland State Police aviation, Aberdeen Fire Department, Level Fire Company and the Havre de Grace Ambulance Corps.