Silver Spring Man Held Without Bond After Stabbing Employee of Max’s Café in Wheaton

by Patrick Herron

Per Montgomery County Police:
A Silver Spring man is in jail, charged with first-degree assault, following a stabbing outside of a deli on University Blvd in Silver Spring. On Thursday, July 14, 2022, at approximately 12:38 p.m., 4th District officers were called to Max’s Kosher Café on the 2300 block of University Blvd for a stabbing.

During the course of the investigation, officers learned that the suspect, 32-year-old Bryant Whack, had been inside the deli panhandling, when he allegedly stole a tip jar from the counter and walked out. The victim, an employee of the café, followed Whack outside and confronted him. Whack sprayed the victim with pepper spray, stabbed the victim and then left the location. A lookout was placed with a description of Whack.

4th District Community Action Team (DCAT) officers observed a male matching Whack’s description running behind a Laundromat on the 11300 block of Georgia Ave. DCAT apprehended the person and identified him as the suspect, Bryant Whack. Whack was taken into custody and transported to the Central Processing Unit where he is being held without bond. The adult male victim was transported to an area hospital in serious condition.



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Jeremy July 17, 2022 - 2:25 pm

I worked at Max’s for about a year and a half roughly 6 or 7 years ago. I was a cashier.


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