From the Aberdeen Police Department:
After a week-long Circuit Court trial, Kibwa Evans of Baltimore was found guilty of several charges relating to the January 16, 2010 stabbing outside the Diamond Club at the Clarion Hotel in Aberdeen. Several people including an off duty police officer were stabbed during the incident.
Evans was found guilty of second-degree assault of Officer Todd Duncan and first-degree assault of two civilians, Roshon Harris and Timothy Daughten. Evans will be sentenced at a later date.
On January 16, 2010 at about 1:50 a.m., 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.
Investigators said 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. Four people, including the off duty police officer, were taken to Shock Trauma in serious but stable condition after suffering from various stab wounds during the incident.
Evans, who was also injured in the incident and transported to Bayview Hospital for treatment, was arrested and charged with several counts of attempted murder and first and second-degree assault.
The others victims were Roshon Harris of Aberdeen, Bryan Joyner of Baltimore, Timothy Daughton of Perryman, Terrance Coleman of Elkton, and off duty officer Duncan.