LAUREL, Md. (AP) — Prince George's County police say a Laurel man has been charged with stabbing his supervisor after being questioned about his attendance at work.
Police say Robert Pandohie Jr. is charged with first- and second-degree assault.
Officers were called Thursday evening to an apartment complex where Pandohie serves on the maintenance staff.
Police say Pandohie stabbed his supervisor with a knife multiple times after the supervisor approached him to discuss his job attendance. Officers recovered the knife, and police say the supervisor's injuries aren't life-threatening.
It wasn't clear if Pandohie had a lawyer, and no telephone listing for him could immediately be found.