TRAPPE, Md.- Maryland State Police have arrested a Trappe man accused of trying to to kill the woman with whom he lived.
Police said that on Sunday, Feb. 10, troopers were called to 43-year-old Warren Aarin Blevins and 29-year-old Amy Shalaby's house in Trappe for a report of domestic assault.
Police said that at one point, Shalaby and Blevins were in their car when Shalaby tried to jump out. When troopers arrived in the area, they found that the vehicle had crashed into the side of the High's convenience store on Ocean Gateway.
Troopers said Shalaby was bleeding from several injuries when they found her hiding from Blevins behind a counter in the store.
Shalaby told troopers she feared for her life after allegedly Blevins assaulted her, so she left the house and lost control of her car, slamming into a guardrail and the High's store, according to police.
Police said that at somewhere along the way, Blevins was hanging onto Shalaby's car when he fell off of it.
Police said both had injuries and were transported to Easton Memorial Hospital for treatment.
Blevins was later transported to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, where he was guarded by troopers on an assault warrant pending his release.
Shalaby was treated for her injuries and released. Blevins was also issued a protective order to stay away from Shalaby. According to police reports, Shalaby claimed that in August of last year, Blevins choked her. Police also report that in November, Blevins allegedly stabbed Shalaby and most recently- on Feb. 7 of this year- he allegedly tried to burn her bed at their house. Police said these three assaults were not previously reported.
Blevins faces attempted murder, assault and other related charges upon his release from the hospital.
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