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Homicide count goes to 214 as victim in Remington shooting dies

Remington shooting victim dies, Baltimore homicide count goes to 214

A 20-year-old man shot Thursday in the 2700 block of Huntingdon Ave. in Remington has died, police said Friday, raising Baltimore's homicide count to 214 for the year.

Raykwon Young argued with another man, who shot him in the head and fled west on 27th Street, police said.

Police also announced the identities of two earlier homicide victims.

Richard Joseph Dabbs, Jr., 45, was identified as the man found shot dead in a vacant home in the 1500 block of Traction St. on Wednesday. Thelonious Monk, 28, was shot and killed Wednesday in the 500 block of S. Catherine St.

Dabbs was the city's 211th homicide victim; there were 211 homicides in all of last year.

Police also announced an arrest in a nonfatal stabbing in Morrell Park last month.

Phillip Windsor, 29, was arrested Thursday and charged with first-degree attempted murder in a stabbing amid a dispute July 24 in the 2400 block of Washington Blvd., police said. He was being held at Central Booking without bail.

Windsor did not have a lawyer listed in court records.

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