Plymouth police arrested Joshua Marques, of East Falmouth, Monday after he allegedly attacked a woman while she was holding her 4-month-old daughter.
Plymouth Police responded to a report of a domestic disturbance on Sullivan Ave. Monday at 12:15 a.m., according to the Cape Cod Times. Plymouth police allege Marques, 31, grabbed the woman by the throat while she was holding her baby and threatened to kill her. Marques was charged with attempted murder, assaulting the infant, threatening to commit a crime, and malicious destruction of property under $250.
Attempted murder charges against Tiquwan Dickerson were dropped Thursday because the victim refused to cooperate.
Falmouth police arrested Dickerson, 23, in February for his alleged involvement in a February shooting at 19 Lakewood Drive, according to the Cape Cod Times. Police alleged Dickerson and David Landry, 24, of Mashpee shot the victim in the leg, abdomen and arm during an argument over $200 thousand of heroin. Dickerson still faces charges for carrying a firearm without a license; that charge comes from a traffic stop in October 2011. Charges against Landry were dismissed in May.