Records state that charges of first- and second-degree assault, reckless endangerment, handgun on person and use of a handgun in the commission of a violent crime against Reginald Bishop, 23, of 111 Elizabeth St., Apt. 8, were forwarded to Washington County Circuit Court.
Two charges against Bishop - firearms possession with a felony conviction and illegal possession of a regulated firearm - were dismissed Thursday.
Hagerstown Police Department investigators alleged Bishop placed a gun, which was not loaded, to Toni Hayes' head on Jan. 13 at a Noland Village apartment and pulled the trigger several times. Police said Bishop and Toni Hayes were involved in an argument after 9 a.m.
Bishop was later found inside a Noland Drive apartment, where he was arrested without incident, police said.
City man faces drug, resisting charges
Police arrested a Hagerstown man Wednesday in connection with drug activity on South Prospect Street, court records state.
The Hagerstown Police Department charged Marshall Adams, 24, of 238 N. Locust St., with possession of crack cocaine, possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, malicious destruction of property, resisting arrest and second-degree escape, records state.
Police allege Adams threw something after running from police in the first block of South Prospect Street. Police said officers found a cigarette pack with a crack pipe and crack cocaine and a bag of marijuana nearby.
Police also allege Adams ran from police while officers attempted to handcuff him and began kicking during another attempt to handcuff him moments later. Adams allegedly kicked out a rear window of a police car and tried to escape, police said.
Adams was being held Thursday night at the Washington County Detention Center in lieu of $80,000 bond, a detention center spokeswoman said.
Injured firefighters released from hospital
BOONSBORO - Two firefighters who suffered injuries during a Boonsboro fire Wednesday were treated at Washington County Hospital and released, a hospital spokeswoman said.
The 4:34 p.m. fire at 20027 Toms Road, north of Boonsboro, caused $140,000 in structural damage and $30,000 worth of damage to contents inside the home, according to a news release from the Maryland State Fire Marshal's Office.
Firefighter Richard Brown injured his shoulder and Capt. Pat Warner received cuts to the hand. Brown was released from the hospital early Wednesday evening. A hospital spokeswoman was unable to say when Warner was released.
The news release said the fire was discovered by Geannie Thompson, who lives at the home with her husband, Vaughn Thompson. Thompson suffered minor burns to her hands while trying to remove a burning pan from the stove, the news release said.
A family member said Thompson had been heating grease just before the fire began.
The news release said Thompson was treated at Washington County Hospital for minor burns to her hands. A hospital spokeswoman said Thompson was not listed in the hospital computer system.
The fire, ruled accidental by investigators, quickly spread through the one-story, wood-framed rancher, according to the news release.
Police: Heart attack leads to Pa. crash
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Borough police say a Chambersburg man suffered a fatal heart attack that led to a Tuesday evening accident in which two other people were injured.
Christian Banzhof, 69, of 709 Cumberland Ave., was pronounced dead at Chambersburg Hospital following the 6:56 p.m. crash, police said. Banzhof was driving on Apple Blossom Way when the heart attack occurred and his vehicle struck a parked car in which Gerald White of Mount Union, Pa., was sitting.
Banzhof's passenger, Josephine Digiacomantonio of 402 Apple Blossom Way, and White both had moderate injuries and were admitted to Chambersburg Hospital, police said. She was listed in satisfactory condition Thursday night, a hospital spokeswoman said.
White has been discharged from the hospital, the spokeswoman said.
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