Amontae Cunningham Obituary, Death – According to a press statement that was distributed by the Montgomery County police department on Friday, the man who was stabbed to death after getting into a dispute with another passenger on a Metrobus in Wheaton has been identified. The argument that led to the stabbing occurred on the Metrobus. Amontae Robert Cunningham, 28 years old, was allegedly the victim of a stabbing that took place on Wednesday in the 11300 block of Amherst Avenue, as stated by the police. The location was in front of a parking structure that belonged to the county.
After some time had passed, the authorities found out that Cunningham had been a passenger on a Metrobus and had gotten into an argument with another male passenger, according to the police. This information came to light after the authorities had been given some time to investigate. According to the statements made by the authorities, Cunningham was stabbed by the other man after he got off the bus close to the parking garage. The other man had allegedly followed Cunningham after he got off the bus. Cunningham was sent to a local hospital, but shortly after his arrival, a medical professional proclaimed him to be deceased.
However, the authorities have not offered a description of the person they are seeking for, thus it is unclear who the perpetrator is. Please contact Crime Solvers of Montgomery County at the toll-free number 866-411-TIPS if you have any information regarding this criminal offense. There is a reward of up to $10,000 available for information that leads to the arrest of the offender, and you could be eligible for it if you have any of that information. Callers are given the opportunity to remain anonymous if they so choose.