City woman faces charge in stabbing

January 01, 2001

City woman faces charge in stabbing

By LAURA ERNDE / Staff Writer

A Hagerstown woman was charged with attempted murder New Year's Day after a teenager was stabbed in the leg in front of her Jonathan Street home, Hagerstown Police said.

The victim, Ivern Janette Noble, 16, was in serious but stable condition at Washington County Hospital on Monday.

Julie Ann Park, 21, of 716 W. Franklin St., was charged with attempted murder, reckless endangerment, first- and second-degree assault and carrying a concealed weapon, police said.

The incident was the second attempted murder in Hagerstown over the long holiday weekend.

Hagerstown Police made no arrests Monday in the New Year's Eve shooting of Eric Dameron Campbell.

Campbell was shot several times and found lying in the front doorway of his home at 439 N. Mulberry St. shortly after 5 a.m. Sunday, police said.

Campbell was taken to Washington County Hospital, where he remained hospitalized Monday although his life was no longer in danger, police said.


Noble, too, was out of danger, Hoover said Monday afternoon.

She was stabbed some time before 4:45 a.m. Monday, when police responded to Washington County Hospital to investigate.

The hospital treated Noble for a stab wound to her upper leg that pierced her femoral artery, putting her at risk of bleeding to death, said Hagerstown Police Detective Steve Hoover.

Earlier that morning, Noble and several of her friends got into a fight with the occupants of a green sport utility vehicle outside her 310 N. Jonathan St. home, police said.

After the stabbing, the suspect and her friends drove away, police said.

Patrol officers stopped the suspected vehicle at Franklin and Locust streets in Hagerstown and took Park into custody, police said.

Park was being held on $100,000 bond at Washington County Detention Center on Monday.

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