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Germantown Man Arrested In Connection with Stabbing

A Germantown man has been charged with First Degree Assault in connection with what police are calling a domestic-related stabbing in Germantown on Saturday morning, April 22.

   According to Montgomery County Police spokesman Officer Rick Goodale, police were called to the 12600 block of Grey Eagle Court in Germantown at about 8:45 am on Saturday, April 22. “The neighbors called police because they heard the domestic dispute happening,” said Goodale.

   Detectives have charged Damien Osiris Frazier, Sr., 37, of Quail Woods Drive in Germantown. He is being held without bond and remains in the hospital under police guard. “Detectives obtained a warrant for him, and a District Court Commissioner was brought to the hospital to serve it on him,” said Goodale. “He is being guarded by either a Montgomery County Police officer or the sheriff's officer at the hospital.”    

   Upon arriving at the apartment on Grey Eagle Court, 5th District Officer discovered an adult male, Damien Frazier, Sr., suffering from wounds which he incurred after jumping out of the third-story bedroom window. Inside the apartment, MCPD officers found an unidentified adult female suffering from multiple stab wounds.

   Officers called Montgomery County Fire Rescue Service which arrived and transported both injured parties to local hospitals suffering Priority 1 traumatic injuries. According to Goodale, both the victim and Frazier, Sr. are expected to live.

   According to Maryland Judiciary Case Search, in April of 2001, Frazier Sr. pleaded guilty in Montgomery County Circuit Court to possession of a controlled dangerous substance and transporting a handgun by vehicle, he was sentenced to 15 months in the Montgomery County Corrections Center. In March 2003, he was found in violation of the terms of his parole and sentenced to 33 months in the corrections center.

 

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