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Man Charged With Attempted Murder In Crisfield

Posted: Aug 14, 2018 12:09 PM Updated:

CRISFIELD, Md.- A man is being held on attempted murder charges in Somerset County after attacking two people with a knife, according to police. 

Crisfield police said officers allegedly witnessed Arron Lee Mavae Pinkney struggling with two other people while attempting to cut them with a knife.

The incident happened Aug. 14 on Richardson Avenue, police said. 

Both victims were taken to the hospital where they received treatment for cuts to their fingers, but they were later released, according to police. 

Pinkney was subdued and taken into custody. He was ordered held on two counts of attempted murder, two counts each of first- and second-degree assault, and several other related charges. He's being held without bail at the Somerset County Detention Center.

Family members told officers that Pinkey suffers from mental illness and had an episode, police said. 

The knife Crisfield police say Arron Lee Mavae Pinkney used in the assault. (Photo credit: Crisfield PD)
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