Third Suspect Nabbed for Attempted First Degree Murder
(Bel Air, Md. – May 8, 2006) — Investigators with the Harford County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division have arrested the third suspected wanted in connection with Sunday nights assault and attempted murder in Abingdon. Matthew Dewight Tingler, 23, was arrested outside his home on Oakway Court in Joppa late this afternoon. Tingler faces numerous charges related to the assault on Marc Edward Travers who remains hospitalized at Shock Trauma in Baltimore.
Following his arrest processing, Tingler will be arraigned before a Harford County District Court Commissioner later tonight.
Richard Charles Schofield, 23 of Edgewood and Charles Christopher Fruhling, 22, also of Edgewood have been charged in connection with the assault and attempted first degree murder of Mr. Travers. Both men are currently being held in the Harford County Detention Center on $1 million bond and without bond respectively.
The investigation of the incident is continuing.