A 24-year-old man is facing attempted murder charges after stabbing two individuals inside a Montgomery Mall garage Thursday afternoon.
Montgomery County Police say David B. Goldberg of Potomac, Md., almost struck another vehicle at a stop sign on a road that circles Bethesda's Westfield Montgomery Mall just after 2 p.m.
The other driver parked in the mall's garage near the Sears store and was walking with his passenger when Goldberg allegedly tried to run them down, but they got out of the way and Goldberg struck another vehicle.
Goldberg -- whose 2-year-old daughter was in his car at the time -- got out and allegedly stabbed the man in the back, arm and face and stabbed a woman in the stomach. Witnesses told News4 Goldberg then got back into his car and drove away but broke down on the roof of a nearby parking garage.
The driver of the other car, a 31-year-old man, is expected to be OK. His passenger, a 28-year-old woman, has serious injuries.
Investigators recovered a knife with a 5-inch blade.
Goldberg has been charged with two counts of attempted first-degree murder, two counts of first-degree assault and two counts of aggravated second-degree assault. Police say he's behind bars without bond.
Dennis Hines, who walks at the mall regularly for exercise, came out to find the two people injured and his own Buick LeSabre dented in the incident.
Police told Hines that his car was hit by the suspect as he fled the scene. "He left an oil slick all the way through this parking lot, so he wasn't going far," Hines said. "I've never experienced anything over here like this."
Goldberg is separated from his wife. They share custody of the 2-year-old girl.
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