By: David M. Higgins II

Waldorf, Md- On July 26, 2019, at approximately 2:30 a..m., police were called to an apartment on Promenade Place for an alleged stabbing.

When police arrived they found the victim “bleeding profusely from the left side of his neck, and family attempting to stop the bleeding with towels.” It was discovered the victim has been stabbed three times in total and a MEDEVAC was called in to transport the victim to Prince George’s County Hospital Center.

When interviewed, the family told police that the alleged stabbing was perpetrated by 25-year-old Javonte Deargo Muldrow, the victim’s brother. He is alleged to have stabbed his brother three times in the neck and it is not clear why.

According to the charging documents, the victim and defendant’s sister said the brother begins yelling at Muldrow and when she left her bedroom to find out what was happening, she found her brother on the floor bleeding.

The mother said she heard the commotion and when she went to see what happened, she saw Muldrow leave the apartment.

Muldrow has a history of mental illness and was released from incarceration in December 2017 from PG County, where he had to plead guilty to second-degree assault, and possession of a weapon with intent to injure charges. His mother stated in the charging documents that he has been refusing to take his medication. He has been living at the apartment on Promenade Place since his release.

The brother is currently at Prince George’s County Hospital Center where the victim is in critical, but stable condition.

Police found Muldrow on July 26, where is was placed into custody is and is currently being held on a no-bond status. His next hearing is scheduled for August 20, 2019

David M. Higgins II, Publisher/Editor

David M. Higgins was born in Baltimore and grew up in Southern Maryland. He has had a passion for journalism since high school. After spending many years in the Hospitality Industry he began working in...