Bel Air police have arrested a man wanted in connection with a stabbing that wounded two people in a parking lot outside the Dark Horse Saloon Dec. 1.
Tyron Lee Fuqua, 33, of the 1800 block of North Wolfe Street in Baltimore, was picked up Friday in Baltimore City by the Baltimore Police Department, according to a Bel Air Police Department news release. Fuqua is being held at the Harford County Detention Center on a no bond indictment, according to the release.
Fuqua has been charged with two counts of first-degree assault and three counts of second-degree assault, according to Maryland electronic court records.
Two men were stabbed during a in the parking lot outside the Dark Horse on South Main Street, according to Bel Air Police, who said at the time a fight started inside the establishment and spilled out onto the lot. One of the victims suffered wounds to the neck, the other to his back, police said.
Fuqua was identified through witnesses and surveillance footage taken inside the Dark Horse. A warrant was issued Jan. 4 for his arrest, according to court records.