Rockville man charged with attempted murder in McDonald’s stabbing

A Rockville, Maryland, man faces attempted murder and assault charges after a fight between two employees at a McDonald’s restaurant ended in a stabbing on Tuesday, Nov. 16.

Thirty-one-year-old Isiah Anthony Hollins was arrested Friday on charges of attempted first-degree murder, first- and second-degree assault and reckless endangerment for allegedly stabbing a man multiple times outside the McDonald’s at 1390 Rockville Pike.



Officers arrived at the scene Tuesday evening around 11 p.m. and found a man in the parking lot suffering from non life-threatening knife wounds to his face and arms, police said.

Detectives believe the fight started inside the restaurant and moved out to the lot, where the suspect pulled a knife from his vehicle and stabbed the victim repeatedly before driving off.

In a news release, the Rockville City Police Department said a warrant was issued for Hollins’ arrest on Nov. 17. He was located in Silver Spring two days later and taken into custody without incident by Montgomery County police.

Alejandro Alvarez

Alejandro Alvarez joined WTOP as a digital reporter and editor in June 2018. He is a writer and photojournalist focusing on politics, political activism and national affairs, with recent multimedia contributions to Reuters, MSNBC and PBS.

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