A Westminster man is being held without bond after he assaulted another man at 88 W. Main St. on Monday night, Westminster police said.
Isaiah Green was arrested and charged with first- and second-degree assault, affray — or fighting in a public place that disturbs the peace — and resisting arrest, according to online court records.
According to the statement of probable cause, Green hit the man in the face with a closed fist twice and proceeded to stomp on the man’s face in the babylon parking lot, at Carroll and Main streets. When police arrived, the man was unconscious and unresponsive on the ground, with blood coming from his mouth and face.
A large group that had gathered began to disperse when responding officers arrived at the parking lot and activated their emergency lights and siren, according to the statement.
When Green was questioned, according to the statement, he had a cut on one of his knuckles that was slightly swollen. He attempted to leave despite being told multiple times he was being detained.
A bystander claimed Green confessed to the assault by telling her, “I did it, [the man] is disrespectful, and he deserved it,” according to the statement.
Green yelled for bystanders to record the incident and proceeded to strip down to his underwear after being repeatedly told not to, according to the statement. Green resisted arrest, police say, causing multiple officers to step in to help restrain and cuff him.
The man was flown to the Shock Trauma center in Baltimore for treatment to his head injuries. His condition was not known Tuesday afternoon.
Green was still being held without bond after a bail review Wednesday. A court date for Green was scheduled for May 31.