Police Charge Second Man in 'Road Rage' Case
Jeffrey Furlough of Baltimore was arrested after he reportedly forced another car off the road after being stabbed on Maryland Route 3.
Anne Arundel County police have arrested a second man in connection with a car accident and stabbing Monday on Maryland Route 3.
Police said in a press release that they arrested Jeffrey Neil Furlough, 44, of the 100 block of West Jeffrey Street in Baltimore for his involvement in the incident that left two cars in a ditch near the Honda Powersports store in Gambrills.
The commotion on Route 3 northbound started at about 4 p.m. Monday, with Furlough behind the wheel of a Ford Explorer. Police said he got into a verbal altercation with Brandon Ross Sudbrook, who was the passenger in a Chrysler PT Cruiser.
After Furlough reportedly confronted Sudbrook on the roadway, Sudbrook stabbed him.
Police said that in response, Furlough drove his Explorer into the PT Cruiser, resulting in both cars careening into a ditch. The two men then fought, and Furlough eventually subdued Sudbrook until police arrived.
Both Furlough and Sudbrook were transported to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, but their injuries were not serious.
Family members told Patch that Furlough had been married earlier in the day.
Police charged Sudbrook on Tuesday with assault and other related crimes. After consulting with the States Attorney's Office, they obtained a warrant for Furlough's arrest. Furlough turned himself into police Thursday evening, and he was held on two counts of first-degree assault and two counts of second-degree assault.