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Police: Suspect Turns Himself in for Assault

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RIDGLEY, Md. – A Ridgely man is charged with assaulting a female victim with a knife on Wednesday, according to the Caroline County Sheriff's Office.

During an argument, the victim says Thurman Ford III attacked her with a knife. She had cuts to her hands.

Police say she was taken to Queen Anne's County Hospital and released.

According to the sheriff's office, Ford turned himself in.

He is charged with first degree assault and was detained on $25,000 bond.

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