One stabbed, brother injured in Edgewood

A person was reported stabbed in Edgewood Tuesday night, according to the Harford County Sheriff's Office.

Sheriff's deputies responded to a call from the 800 block of Fishermans Lane at 10:17 p.m. for a stabbing, Edward Hopkins, spokesperson for the Harford County Sheriff's Office, said.

Philip Henerlein, 23, who lives at the residence, was found suffering from "non-threatening stab wounds," Hopkins said.

A second victim, Harold Jones, 30, Henerlein's brother, was reported to have been struck in the face, Hopkins said. Jones also lives at the residence.

According to police, both victims stated "that a black man, no further description, assaulted them in the apartment."

"There appears to be conflicting information," Hopkins said. "Detectives need to investigate further to determine what happened."

Henerlein was taken to Johns Hopkins Bayview Hospital in Baltimore, where he was listed in serious condition Tuesday night, according to Andy Doyle, spokesman for Joppa-Magnolia Volunteer Fire Company. Jones was not transported to the hospital.

Henerlein's condition was unavailable, though Hopkins said his wounds are not life-threatening.

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