Baltimore man found guilty of assault in 2010 Aberdeen stabbing

The man charged with stabbing four people, including an off-duty police officer, at the Diamond Club in Aberdeen last year was found guilty of second-degree and first-degree assault by the Harford County Circuit Court last week.

Kibwa Cazemba Evans, 33, of the 900 block of Saint Dunstans Road in Baltimore, was arrested in connection with a Jan. 16, 2010, stabbing case outside the club at the Clarion Hotel in Aberdeen.

Evans was charged with five counts of attempted second-degree murder, five counts of first-degree assault, four counts of second-degree assault, second-degree assault against a law enforcement officer and having a dangerous weapon with intent to injure.

He was found guilty last Friday of second-degree assault against Aberdeen Police Officer Todd Duncan and first-degree assault against Roshon Harris, of Aberdeen, and Timothy Daughton, of Perryman. Evans will be sentenced at a later date.

At about 1:40 a.m. on Jan. 16, Evans pulled a knife and stabbed one of two men involved in a fight in the parking lot of the Diamond Club.

He also stabbed four other people, including Duncan, a three-year Aberdeen police veteran, as they tried to break up the fight.

Duncan was off-duty at the time and working as a security guard at the Clarion Hotel.

He and two other people were taken to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore and ultimately released.

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