McDonald’s Attacked In Ruthless Act

( After three people were stabbed in a McDonald’s, police franticly searched for a suspect.

Reports show that a day after three men were hurt in a stabbing at a downtown Silver Spring, Maryland, McDonald’s, police have caught the person who did it.

Authorities say the crime happened at the corner of Colesville Road and 2nd Avenue just before 7 a.m.

Local reporting revealed that when police from the Montgomery County Police Department got to McDonald’s on Tuesday morning, they found two men who had been stabbed. After the police arrived, a third man who had also been stabbed returned to the restaurant to report his injury.

Police explained to the local news outlet that the victims, who were only known to be three men, had injuries that did not appear to be life-threatening.

The suspect fled the scene before law enforcement arrived.

The following day, Theodore Andrew Brandy, 34, was arrested in connection with the stabbing at the fast food restaurant. A tip from an employee at a nearby business led to his arrest at the Brandy at City Place Mall.

Theodore Andrew Brandy has been charged with three counts of first-degree assault, three counts of attempted murder, and possession of a weapon.

No one knows what might have happened before the stabbing.

Authorities ask the public to call Montgomery County Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS if they have any information on the case. reports that for every 1,000 people living in Montgomery County, Maryland, there are 17 criminal acts per year. Most Montgomery County residents believe that the county’s west side is the safest.

The website reports that in Montgomery County, your chance of being a victim of a crime could be as high as 1 in 47 in the east and as low as 1 in 104 in the west.  Considering the population, there are about 4,397 crimes per year in the northwest parts of Montgomery County, Maryland. In a typical year, there are only 156 crimes in the southwest part of Montgomery County.