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Police Investigating Stabbing Death of Man in Colgate

The victim, a man in his early 20s, was found dead in the basement of a Scarsdale Road home.

Baltimore County Police Department homicide detectives are investigating what appears to be the stabbing death of a man in his early 20s.

Police responded to the 400 block of Scarsdale Road in Colgate at about 6:20 a.m. Aug. 20 for a report of an injured person, according to spokeswoman Elise Armacost.

When they arrived, police officials found the victim, who has not yet been positively identified, dead in the basement of the house.

Detectives are not certain what the victim's relationship is to the other people in the home, according to Armacost. Officers who speak Spanish were called to assist with language issues.

Detectives are investigating a large crime scene that extends about four blocks from the home where the crime occurred, according to Armacost; evidence was dropped throughout the four-block area.

marcie smith August 22, 2012 at 12:42 AM
I needhelp i live on wynbrook rd. that day everything happen my dog was either taken from my yard or got out. she is a miniature yorkie she currently shaved and is tan, grey, and black.. she need her medication.. i cant live without her so if u live around colgate please keep a look out for her. u can call 443-449-0907. also i ask the min market off easter ave if i can put her picture on there door and they told me flat out right they do not help andtold me to live and never come back what with this we help him stay in bussien then turn around and say they cant help.. all i like is for my dog to comehome with me...PLEASE also sry but Buzz right
Martin Lemus August 22, 2012 at 04:34 AM
And no Buzz, the cancer in the neighborhood s are the police and elected officials who claim to want to help but do nothing. Just like it says in the article YOU posted. They seek help and dont receive it bc the people who we are supposed to help are worried about making the good areas stay good instead of helping the struggling areas get better.
Buzz Beeler August 22, 2012 at 01:13 PM
Marcie, he best way to find your dog is to place as many signs of a picture of your pet in fast food stores, and canvas the neighborhood with those same pictures If you have some photos of your pet, send them to me and I'll put them up on Patch with your information. I would also contact the precinct and have them put a note in roll call so the post cars can keep an eye out. Just let me know what you want to do? I was just talking to a close friend who is watching his son's dog and has become very attached to this dog. I hope I can help you and you find your dog. At least now by coming on Patch a lot of people will be looking.
Buzz Beeler August 22, 2012 at 01:29 PM
Martin, I can't argue on that fact. The sad part is we the people elect our officials and the last turn out in this district was one of the lowest on record. That too is part of destabilization. When the poeple lose interest in the community a lot of things go wrong.
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