A man found wounded outside St. Thomas Aquinas Church told police a mugger had stabbed him several blocks away. Police Officer Rachel McGuire said the department got a radio call at 9:35 p.m. Thursday for a stabbing. The victim told cops a man approached him as if to rob him in front of a store at South and Rosemary. There was a tussle and the man said he felt a pain.
Transit Police say a Wednesday incident at the Forest Hills Station busway was not school-related. About 2 p.m. on Wednesday, someone stabbed a 25-year-old man in the side of the head, MBTA Police report. The victim was taken by ambulance to a hospital. On Friday, T police announced they had arrested Enrique Feliz, 20, of Dorchester, and charged him with assault and battery with intent to murder. Lt. Richard Sullivan stressed that the altercation had nothing to do with school.
UPDATE: T service to Jackson Square has resumed. ~~~~~
On Tuesday afternoon, officials closed the subway portion of Jackson Square T while police investigated a double stabbing. Orange Line riders are being asked to take the 22 Bus from Roxbury Crossing if they need to stop in Jackson. #MBTA Orange Line: Jackson Sq. Station Closed due to police action.
Police say a man cut during a fight in the North End subdued the Jamaica Plain man who allegedly stabbed him. Police arrested John Driscoll, 29, of JP after police say he stabbed a 25-year-old Waltham man, according to the Boston Herald. The victim's wounds aren't life threatening, reports NECN. Driscoll himself suffered minor injuries in the incident. The stabbing took place just after midnight on Sunday at Hanover and Blackstone streets, reports Fox 25. Universal Hub has a photo from the crime scene.