Li Chen of DC charged with attempted second degree murder at Md. steakhouse

9:50 AM, Sep 5, 2013   |    comments
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GAMBRILLS, Md. (WUSA9) --  One man is charged after he cut his co-worker with a knife at a steakhouse in Anne Arundel County, say police.

Police say on Wednesday afternoon at the Fuji Steakhouse in the 1400 block of South Main Chapel Way in Gambrills a man was cut in the head, leg and arm during a fight. Two employees got into an altercation inside the steakhouse concerning food, according to police. According to police, the victim struck 26-year-old Li Chen of Washington D.C. with a frying pan. Chen struck back with a cooking knife, hitting his co-worker in the head. During the fight, Chen also allegedly cut his co-worker's leg and arm.

The co-worker was transported to Baltimore Washington Medical Center for treatment of his injuries, say police.

Police say Chen was charged with Attempted Second Degree Murder, First and Second Degree Assault and Reckless Endangerment. Police say potential charges are pending against the victim as well.


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