Philip Harrington was charged with first and second degree assault in a triple stabbing incident that happened at a nightclub in Fort Washington, Md. on April 2. (Courtesy Photo)
Prince George’s County Police say a man has been arrested after three people were stabbed at a nightclub in Fort Washington, Maryland April 4.
Police say, in a statement, that 33-year-old Philip Harrington of the District of Columbia was arrested and charged with three counts of first- and second-degree assault.
Officers responded to Martini’s Restaurant and Lounge on Cadi Drive around 2 a.m. after reports of a fight and stabbings.
Police found three adult victims, suffering from stabbing wounds, at the scene. Police say the victims included a club security guard who was stabbed as he was trying to break up the fight.
All three were taken to nearby hospitals in stable condition. Police say their injuries were not life-threatening.
It isn’t immediately clear if Harrington has an attorney.