A South End man faces charges on both sides of the river for trying to carve up people during robberies over the weekend in both Downtown Crossing and Harvard Square.
Boston Police today arrested Davongie Stone, 20, of the South End, on charges he plunged a knife into a man during a robbery around 12:40 a.m. on Sunday at Washington and Winter streets.
Police say officers spotted Stone walking near Boston Common around 2:30 p.m. today and arrested him on charges of assault with intent to murder, armed robbery and intent to rob while armed.
Cambridge Police, meanwhile, said Stone is the guy responsible for slicing two men during separate robberies in Harvard Square Friday night.
He faces charges of armed assault with intent to murder for those cases, police say.
In the Harvard Square attacks, Stone was accompanied by three or four other men, Cambridge Police say, adding they are continuing to look for them.