Fights end with stabbings on Beacon Hill and in Downtown Crossing
Boston Police report three men were stabbed in two altercations early Sunday.
Police say around 1:30 a.m., two men were stabbed following a fight with a larger group of men at 74 Beacon St. One victim, 24, was stabbed in the shoulder; the other, 25, in the back. Both are expected to survive, police say:
The victims stated they got into a dispute with several suspects. The suspects are described as 4 Hispanic males in their twenties wearing fitted baseball caps accompanied by 1 well-dressed female.
Also sometime early Sunday, a man, 34, was stabbed several times in the chest and groin at Tremont and Winter streets, police say:
The victim stated he was stabbed during an argument with an unknown Hispanic male suspect. Suspect fled after the incident.