- Associated Press - Monday, July 20, 2015

BALTIMORE (AP) - The Baltimore police officer who was stabbed over the weekend after responding to a domestic incident has been released from the hospital.

Police announced the unidentified officer was released Sunday after having been taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center in serious but stable condition Saturday morning.

Police say 20-year-old James Goss stabbed the officer several times in the face and upper body. Goss has been charged with attempted murder.

Authorities say Goss and a woman he had been dating were arguing over the keys to her apartment when Goss punched the woman in the face and placed her in a chokehold.

The department did not name the officer, but said the 15-year veteran is married and has a young daughter.


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