Man arrested after firing shots in Nottingham area

Paul Matthew Hucik IIA man has been arrested and charged after firing shots in the Nottingham area last week.

On Wednesday, May 9, police responded to a call for shots fired in the 8500 block of Rhuddlan Road (21236).

A witness had taken down the license plate number of the suspected shooter, which helped officers locate the shooter’s vehicle at the registered owner’s home on Glamis Garth (21236).

K-9 units were dispatched to the scene to assist in the search for the suspect at the time of the call.

With the help of numerous witnesses accounts, police determined that the suspect had fired a gun while driving in the area.

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The suspect, identified as Paul Matthew Hucik II, 28, was arrested at 10:50 a.m. on May 9th.

Police do not believe he had any specific target. Hucik has been charged with reckless endangerment, destruction of property, and handgun violations.

He was initially held without bail at his first bail hearing and later released on his own recognizance at a bail review hearing on Thursday, May 10th.


Nottingham man arrested in connection with triple-stabbing at Rosedale motel

Timothy Lee NoblesA Nottingham man has been arrested in connection with a triple-stabbing at a local motel earlier this week.

Following the Tuesday stabbings at the El Rich Motel, detectives spent much of Tuesday and Wednesday on foot, canvassing the area for witnesses and leads on the possible identity of the suspect. By Thursday, police had identified the suspect, whom they located at a Royal Farm store on 62nd Street in Rosedale.

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Timothy Lee Nobles, 20, of Nottingham (21236), was arrested on Thursday morning. He has been charged with two counts of attempted first-degree murder, three counts of first-degree assault, three counts of second-degree assault, three counts of reckless endangerment, armed robbery, and theft under $1,000.

The three victims were in a room at the El Rich Motel at about 2:30 a.m. on Tuesday morning when Nobles knocked on the door. After an exchange with the men, Nobles pulled out a knife and began stabbing the three victims. He then fled the scene.

Nobles is being held without bail at the Baltimore County Detention Center.


Nottingham resident charged with attempted murder after running down man with SUV

Police GraphicA Nottingham man is facing attempted murder charges after ramming another man with his SUV over the weekend.

At about 5 p.m. on Saturday, February 18, the Aberdeen Police Department responded to the 600 block of Walker Street for a motor vehicle collision. An investigation revealed that a 41-year-old resident was hit by a vehicle allegedly operated by 38-year old George Elmer Wagner, III, of Nottingham.

Wagner and his brother came to the victim’s residence to confront the victim about an ongoing juvenile issue between Wagner’s nephew and the victim’s son. After a verbal argument, Wagner got into a Honda Pilot and drove away only to turn around and drive toward the victim.

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Wagner maneuvered the vehicle over a curb and onto a sidewalk where he struck the victim. Wagner and his brother then fled the scene.

The victim sustained multiple abrasions to his right hand and an injury to his right foot. Paramedics from the Aberdeen Fire Department responded to the scene however the victim refused transport to an emergency room.

The investigating officer did reach Wagner by phone however he refused to go to the police station for an interview. The officer obtained an arrest warrant Wagner.

He turned turned himself in that evening.

Wagner has been charged with attempted second-degree murder, first-degree assault, second-degree assault, and reckless endangerment.


Perry Hall man charged after trying to kill grandmother

alexander-carter-fieldsA Perry Hall man faces attempted murder charges after allegedly trying to kill his grandmother in Carroll County.

Alexander Carter Fields, 20, has been charged with attempted first-degree murder, first-degree assault, second-degree assault, reckless endangerment and attempting to injure with a dangerous weapon, according to online records.

Authorities say that, on September 20, officer responded to the Sykesville Apartments, where Fields had been staying with his grandparents.

In a statement to police, Fields’ grandmother said she had been napping when she awoke to find Fields standing over her, holding a knife to her throat.

The grandmother managed to get to another room and began screaming for help. Fields, meanwhile, headed into the kitchen, grabbed a butcher knife, and reportedly started slashing at the door of the room in which his grandmother was hiding, according to the Carroll County Times.

A male neighbor heard screams, came to the apartment (after calling 911) and convinced Fields to drop the knife, according to Patch.com.

Fields was arrested on Monday after being released from a local hospital. He is being held without bail at the Carroll County Detention Center.

Fields had been released from a mental hospital in Delaware the day before the Sykesville incident, according to ABC2News.  Just a few weeks prior, he had also bitten his mother and hit her eye with a shoe. He then threw rocks at the police car that responded to that incident.

On August 16, he was charged with second-degree assault and two counts of malicious destruction of property greater than $1,000.