1 Stabbed, 1 Hit By Car At White Marsh Night Club
Police said injuries were not life threatening for two people injured during an incident at a White Marsh night club New Year's Day.
It was a violent start to the year at Sunset Beach Bar & Grill in White Marsh, when one person was stabbed and another hit by a car outside the night club during the early hours of Sunday morning.
Around 2:02 a.m., one person was stabbed at the club in the 11400 block of Pulaski Highway, according to Sgt. Bruce Aris with Baltimore County Police.
Another person was hit by a car, and Aris said the two events appear to be related.
Both people sustained injuries, but those injuries are not believed to be life-threatening, according to Aris.
No one has been charged in connection with the crimes.
Motive for the violence and the identities of the victims were not available Sunday afternoon.
This is not the first stabbing at the club within the past few months.
A Parkville man has been arrested and charged in connection with a Nov. 20 triple stabbing at the same night club, Patch reported.