Baltimore County Police Beat / Meaner than a junkyard dog! Truck driver cut the line, the fight ends with stabbing at the landfill

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Christopher Maurice Johnson, 35, punches the man in the face, beginning a physical fight. The video shows him stabbing the victim. Baltimore County Police

Baltimore County Police Beat / Meaner than a junkyard dog! Truck driver cut the line, the fight ends with stabbing at the landfill

COCKEYSVILLE, MD. – Baltimore County Police have charged a man with 1st Degree assault after stabbing another man at a Baltimore County landfill in Cockeysville on March 26, 2018.

Police were called to the Central Acceptance Facility at 10275 Beaver Dam Road just after 2 p.m. after a disagreement between men from two different junk removal companies led to one man stabbing another. The dispute stemmed from one truck cutting in front of the other truck to enter the dumping area first.

Surveillance video of a fight that led to a stabbing at the Central Acceptance Facility in Cockeysville, March 26, 2018.

Officer Schiner of Precinct 7 recovered surveillance video from the County landfill that shows the second truck back into the dumping area where the driver immediately engages in a verbal altercation with the other driver. The other driver, identified as Christopher Maurice Johnson, 35, of the 800 block of North Aisquith Street, 21202, punches the man in the face, beginning a physical fight. The passenger of the second truck, a 45-year-old man, ran to the assistance of his coworker and was subsequently stabbed in the abdomen by Johnson. He was transported to Sinai Trauma Center and is expected to survive his injury.

Johnson was arrested at the scene and charged with 1st and 2nd Degree Assault and Use of a Dangerous Weapon in the Commission of a Crime. He is held at the Baltimore County Detention Center on a no-bail status.

2 thoughts on “Baltimore County Police Beat / Meaner than a junkyard dog! Truck driver cut the line, the fight ends with stabbing at the landfill

  1. Another case of road rage that goes way too far even in Cockeysville which I always felt was low key but then it’d been ao g time since I lived nearby in Phoenix Md

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