Severn woman admits to stabbing man in her home


A 40-year-old Severn woman admitted in Circuit Court yesterday to stabbing a man on May 21 during an argument in front of her Severn home.

Carolyn E. Green, of the 1800 block of Arwell Court, pleaded guilty to assault and battery before Judge Raymond G. Thieme Jr.

He set sentencing for Dec. 6.

Warren W. Davis III, assistant state's attorney, said that Wyatt Tyrone Evans, 30, of the 4500 block of Akron St., Temple Hills, approached Ms. Green's daughter and his daughter just after 8 p.m. May 21 and tried to break up an argument between them.

Ms. Green saw the dispute, came out of her house, argued with Mr. Evans and stabbed him five times in the back and upper arm, Mr. Davis said.

Mr. Evans drove himself to North Arundel Hospital, where he was treated for minor injuries.

County police said that before the attack, Ms. Green's daughter had complained to her mother that Mr. Evans had touched her, and that complaint sparked the dispute between the victim's daughter and the defendant's daughter.

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