A second person has been charged in a Feb. 20 incident in which authorities say two men got into an argument that led to a stabbing and car crash in Gambrills.
The incident began when the driver and passenger of a 2002 Ford Explorer exchanged seats at an intersection, according to police. Ross B. Sudbrook, a passenger in a 2007 Chrysler PT Cruiser, got into an argument with the driver of the Explorer.
Sudbrook stabbed the Explorer’s driver — identified as Jeffrey N. Furlough, 44, of Brooklyn Park — according to police. They fought again after a chase that ended in a collision, police said.
Sudbrook was arrested and charged with first- and second-degree assault, reckless endangerment and carrying a dangerous weapon with the intent to injure shortly after the incident, police said. On Thursday evening, Furlough turned himself in, police said.
Furlough was charged with two counts each of first- and second-degree assault, according to police, who said he subdued Sudbrook until police arrived at the scene of the incident.
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