Man stabs his twin brother over cell phone, sheriff's say

Twin brothers argue over a missing cell phone, one picks up a knife and stabs the other, Prince George's County Sheriff say.

Sheriff's arrested Luthur Jenyuei-Asagaya of New Carrolton, MD on an arrest warrant for First Degree Assault.

According to the warrant, on December 23, in the 7700 block of Riverdale Road in New Carrolton, Jenyuei-Asagaya got into a verbal altercation with his twin brother over a missing cell phone that became physical. The warrant indicates that Jenyuei-Asagaya went into the kitchen where he grabbed a knife and attacked his brother causing several cuts and a laceration that required several stitches. The warrant further states that a family member intervened and took the knife from Jenyuei-Asagaya while attempting to calm him down. The police were called and Jenyuei-Asagaya fled the apartment by jumping off the balcony.

Upon receipt of the warrant, Deputies attempted to locate Jenyuei-Asagaya at several addresses and were able to locate him at a motel in the 3500 block of Old Annapolis Road in Laurel, MD. Deputies went Jenyuei-Asagaya's room where he was taken into custody without incident. Deputies also apprehended another individual in the room with Jenyuei-Asagaya who was wanted on a warrant for Failure to Appear (FTA) for Driving on a Suspended out of state license. Both were taken to the Prince George's County, MD Department of Corrections for processing.
 

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