HAGERSTOWN — A man charged in an Oct. 6 stabbing was out of the hospital Monday and in the Washington County Detention Center.
Colin Wesley Williams, 18, was hospitalized Thursday when his original bail review was scheduled. On Monday, he appeared in Washington County District Court by a closed-circuit-television link from the detention center and Judge Dana Moylan Wright set his bail at $750,000.
Charging documents filed by Hagerstown police and the detention center list Williams’ address as 821 W. Washington St., although court records listed a Bronx, N.Y., address when he was charged with malicious destruction of property in August and a Sept. 2 traffic citation.
Williams is charged with attempted first- and second-degree murder, first- and second-degree assault, reckless endangerment and possession of a deadly weapon with intent to injure in an Oct. 6 stabbing, court records said. The victim, Malik Scott, told police he was stabbed near the intersection of West Franklin and High streets, the charging document said.
Scott and another male, Kenyon Bey, told officers they had been approached by a male and female on bicycles, the charging document said. The female pulled a knife and approached Bey, and he told police he punched her several times before he and Scott fled.
Bey and Scott encountered the male and female again a short time later, and Scott was stabbed, court records said.
Last week, police would not confirm if Williams was the person shot Oct. 17 downtown, or if there was a connection between the Oct. 6 stabbing and the shooting. The attempted-murder charges against Williams were filed Oct. 18, according to court records.
On Monday, police were still looking for 16-year-old Dennis Marshall Jr. of Hagerstown in connection with the shooting.