MURDER USA:  Armando Quispe Rodriquez burned the midnight oil stabbing his wife; convicted

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MURDER USA:  Armando Quispe Rodriquez burned the midnight oil stabbing his wife; now convicted

Armando Quispe Rodriguez convicted of attempted first-degree murder.

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LA PLATA, MD—Tony Covington, State’s Attorney for Charles County, announced that on Wednesday, August 21, 2019, Charles County Circuit Court Judge Amy J. Bragunier sentenced Armando Quispe Rodriguez, 46 of Bryans Road, to life suspend all but 30 years for the Attempted First-Degree Murder of Keyia Rodriguez. After completion of his sentence, Rodriguez will be placed on supervised probation for a period of 5 years.

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On March 23, 2018, officers responded to a residence in the 2500 block of Archway Lane in Bryans Road for the report of a stabbing. Upon arrival, officers made contact with defendant Rodriguez in front of the residence where they observed several lacerations on both of his hands. During a search of the residence, officers discovered the victim, who was incoherent and bound to the basement stairs, suffering from several stab wounds to her upper body. The victim had a pool of blood around her, and the walls of the basement were also covered with blood. Officers located handcuffs near the victim as well. Due to the grave nature of her injuries, the victim was transported to an area trauma center for treatment. Fortunately, she survived.

An investigation revealed that during the morning hours of March 23rd, Rodriguez began hitting and stabbing the victim as she slept. A struggle ensued as the victim tried to escape. Her attempts were unsuccessful. Rodriguez then handcuffed the victim to a railing in the basement and bound the victim’s ankles. Rodriguez continuously assaulted and threatened the victim over an extended period. In addition to hitting the victim and stabbing her, Rodriguez put a plastic bag over her face and a belt around her neck in order to suffocate her. He eventually called 911 and unlocked the handcuffs but kept the victim’s ankles bound.

During the horrific ordeal, the victim was stabbed 22 times.

Rodriguez told officers that it was a domestic situation and admitted that he was responsible for the victim’s injuries. He also told officers where the knife used to stab the victim could be located.

Prior to his incarceration, Rodriguez was a Prince George’s County correctional officer.

“No person – no woman – should be left for dead on a railing due to marital issues. [The defendant’s] anger almost killed the victim – his wife and the mother of his children. The State is asking for justice to be served in this case.”

During sentencing, Assistant State’s Attorney Sarah Freeman addressed the judge, “We know that this is not the first time that the defendant’s anger had gotten to him. Anger has been in his history, though unreported.” She said further, “No person – no woman – should be left for dead on a railing due to marital issues. [The defendant’s] anger almost killed the victim – his wife and the mother of his children. The State is asking for justice to be served in this case.”

Before sentencing the defendant, Judge Bragunier told him, “You were violent with the [victim] in the past. The children were afraid of you. You say you are not a murderer, but that’s only by the grace of God because on that day, that’s what you intended to do.”

BRYANS ROAD, MD. – A Prince Georges’ County Corrections officer may soon join inmates on the other side of cell bars should he be convicted of attempted first-degree murder and eight other criminal charges associated with his night-long torture of his wife.

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Police say he bagged her head, cuffed and shackled her, and stabbed her more than two dozen times.

Police say he bagged her head, cuffed and shackled her, and stabbed her more than two dozen times.

It was definitely torture, said Charles County Sheriff Spokeswoman Diane Richardson.

The Charles County Grand Jury issued indictments against Armando Quispe Rodriguez on April 6, 2018.

Charles County Sheriff Troy Berry reported that on March 23, 2018, at 1:57 p.m., officers responded to a single-family home at 2580 Archway Lane in Bryans Road after a man called 911 to report a stabbing.

When officers arrived, they located the man who had lacerations to his hands. They found his wife in the basement with multiple stab wounds.

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They were flown to two different hospitals and admitted with serious injuries. Detectives responded and after further investigation learned the woman’s husband suddenly attacked his wife while she was sleeping.

He bound her ankles in shackles, handcuffed her, and then stabbed her repeatedly over the course of hours.

He bound her ankles in shackles, handcuffed her, and then stabbed her repeatedly over the course of hours.

Police say that Rodriquez later called 911 and indicated he and his wife had been stabbed. Armando Quispe Rodriguez, 45, of Bryans Road, was arrested on March 26, immediately after he was released from the hospital.

Rodriquez was charged with attempted murder, first-degree assault, false imprisonment, and other related charges. His wife is still in serious condition. Attorney Thomas Mooney of Upper Marlboro is representing Rodriquez and a court appearance was set for May 4, 2018, but later canceled.

Motions in the case were filed on April 24, 2018, by Mooney demanding inspection of evidence and other discovery as well as a motion to exclude evidence in the horrific crime that set new levels of brutality in the murderous memories of Maryland crime.

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