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2 More Charged in Ocean City Stabbing

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Christopher Alexander Jones Christopher Alexander Jones
Darian Lamar Waters Darian Lamar Waters

OCEAN CITY, Md. (WBOC/AP) - Police have charged two more suspects in a stabbing at an Ocean City convenience store.

Officers were called to a 7-11 on Coastal Highway last month because of a fight and later charged 24-year-old Brandon Maurice Hudson with assault.

Police now say their investigation has led them to charge two more people, 38-year-old Christopher Alexander Jones of Salisbury and 25-year-old Darian Lamar Waters of Snow Hill. Jones is charged with two counts of second-degree assault and Waters is charged with one count of second-degree assault.

Both suspects are expected to appear at a later date in Ocean City District Court in reference to these new charges.

 

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