A Rockville resident was charged with attempted murder of his estranged wife following an incident in Hagerstown, MD on Saturday, The Herald-Mail reports.
According to Washington County District Court records accessed online, Samir Lababidi, 49, of Hungerford Drive, was held on $750,000 bond on several charges—attempted second-degree murder; first- and second-degree assault; first- and fourth-degree burglary; malicious destruction of property; confining an unattended child; false imprisonment; and reckless endangerment.
Citing charging documents, the newspaper reports that Samir’s wife left Lababidi, a researcher with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and went to Hagerstown after they got into a fight. But Lababidi tracked her down in Hagerstown days later, where he allegedly held a knife to her face and threatened to kill her, The Herald-Mail reports.
>>> See: “Rockville man charged with attempted murder of estranged wife” at Herald-Mail.com.