Two Women Charged for Brutal Beating of Elderly Man in Beltsville

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BELTSVILLE, MD – The Prince George’s County Police Department has arrested two romantically engaged women in connection with a recent assault on a senior citizen in Beltsville.

“The suspects are 25-year-old Julias Wright of Fort Washington and 44-year-old Christina Felder of Beltsville. The victim, a man in his 80s, remains hospitalized in critical but stable condition,” police reported.

According to the initial police report, on June 27:30 pm, the PGPD was notified of an assault in a residential parking lot in the 11300 block of Cherry Hill Road. The assault was captured on surveillance video. In the video, a suspect is repeatedly seen striking the victim, who suffered critical injuries.

“Through various investigative techniques, to include information from the public, the suspects were identified. Investigators then obtained warrants for their arrests. The PGPD’s fugitive unit located the suspects in a Howard County hotel on Friday,” police said. “The preliminary investigation suggests Felder and the victim got into a dispute that turned physical over damage to Felder’s car potentially caused by the victim when he opened his car door. Felder then called Wright to the scene. When Wright arrived, he assaulted the victim. The suspects are in a relationship.”

Wright is charged with first and second-degree assault and reckless endangerment. Felder is also charged with first and second-degree assault and the solicitation of assault in the second degree.

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