One Man Flown To Shock Trauma Following Stabbing

Police are looking for suspects.


Frederick, Md. (KM)  One person was flown to University of Maryland Shock Trauma in Baltimore early Saturday morning following a stabbing.

Frederick Police responded to the 200 block of North Market Street at around 2:11 AM, and found 32-year-old Michael Fluker suffering from several puncture wounds to his abdomen. Authorities say Fluker is expected to survive his injuries.

Detectives at the scene were able to interview Fluker and several witnesses who gave a vague description of three suspects. Two of them were black males; one was tall with a thin build and wearing all black winter clothing. The other was 5’6″, about 130 to 140 pounds also wearing all black winter clothing. Police say there’s no viable description of the third suspect.

All three got away in a dark colored sedan heading northbound on Market Street.

Anyone with information on this incident is asked to call Frederick Police at 301-600-2102. If citizens want to remain anonymous, they can call the Frederick Police Crime Tip Line at 301-600-TIPS {8477}; or send a text message to 240-674-TIPS {8477}, or an e-mail to [email protected].


By Kevin McManus