Simmons pleads guilty to second-degree murder in Bel Air Road rage killing, gets 30-years in prison


The Baltimore Sun reported on its website today that Michael Simmons, 20, pleaded guilty today to second-degree murder in the road rage stabbing death of 23-year-old Patrick Walker on May 23. The story said Simmons would receive a 30-year prison sentence.
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From the Sun’s story:

“According to prosecutors, Simmons was driving south on Bond Street in downtown Bel Air when he said Patrick John Walker cut him off. Simmons followed Walker a few blocks before the cars came to a stop sign on a little-used alley that empties onto Churchville Road.

Simmons got out of his vehicle and reached into the driver’s side window of Walker’s car, stabbing Walker repeatedly in the throat. It was the first homicide in Bel Air in more than 20 years.
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Simmons, of the 2900 block of Nelson Lane in Fallston, was arrested within minutes of the incident after witnesses spotted someone in blood-stained clothes. He was charged with first-degree murder.

But prosecutors, unsure whether there was enough evidence to prove the crime was premeditated, offered a second-degree charge as a plea. At today’s plea hearing, prosecutors said Simmons apologized to the family and said the incident was an accident.”