N’Gai Naamone Lincoln Jr.

A central Maryland man charged in connection with a mini golf game gone bad will be sentenced next month after pleading guilty to a felony assault charge.

N’Gai Naamone Lincoln Jr., 23, of Havre de Grace, reportedly got into a fight with two other people around 7 p.m. on June 6 after a mini golf game at a course near 18th Street. The fight began, according to witnesses, on the golf course and moved to the parking lot on Kingfish Street. Reports said it began as close contact shoving and escalated to stabbing.

Lincoln reportedly stabbed Ronald Edward Alfones Turner and Cheyenne Carmen Maria Lopez during the altercation. Police said they found Turner on Kingfish Street bleeding from cuts in his back and hand. Lopez had a small cut on her right hand.

Lincoln initially left the scene but was later found and arrested after witnesses identified him as the person who stabbed Turner and Lopez. During a search of Lincoln, police found a black folding pocketknife with blood on it.

Lincoln was arrested and charged with two counts of first-degree assault, two counts of second-degree assault, two counts of reckless endangerment, and one count of fighting with a knife/weapon stemming from the incident.

On Nov. 8, according to records, Lincoln pleaded guilty to first-degree assault in Worcester County Circuit Court and will be sentenced Dec. 3. He remains in jail on $10,000 bail.

This story appears in the print edition of the OC Today on Nov. 19.

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