A Quincy man who tried to stab a T bus driver through a bus window held onto the bus as the driver hit the accelerator to get away from him, Transit Police report.
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. Read more.
WHDH reports the stabbing were at 24 Turquoise Way around 3 a.m. on Saturday.
Around 11:20 p.m. outside 850 Mass. Ave. Injuries not considered life threatening.
Around 9:50 p.m., on some steps leading out of the Downtown Crossing T stop. Police found him at Summer and Hawley streets.
In the chest, around 11 p.m. A suspect was captured not long after at Washington and Vernon streets.
Around 1:45 p.m., at Malcolm X Boulevard and Shawmut Avenue, Stanley Staco reports.
In the back and stomach on Inwood Street, around 7:20 p.m., Scan Boston reports.
Four hours after two men left the Common in ambulances with stab wounds yesterday, a third man was stabbed in an unrelated incident near the same location along Tremont Street the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.
Around 5:40 p.m., one in the stomach, near the park-ranger station. The homicide unit was summoned because of the severity of that victim's injuries. The area around Brewer Fountain was also taped off.
At least one suspect is in custody.
Police continue to investigate a June 9 incident outside Patron, 138 Brighton Ave., in which one patron stabbed another. Read more.
UPDATE: Victim identified as Nathaniel Dix.
Stephen White, 61, is scheduled for arraignment in Dorchester Municipal Court today on charges he fatally stabbed an acquaintance in the area of Columbia Road and Intervale Street, the Suffolk County Districct Attorney's office reports.
Around 12:45 a.m. at 280 Martin Luther King Blvd.
In the arm and upper back, possibly in the area of Cortes Street around 11:45 p.m., Friday. Injuries not considered life threatening.
Police did not initially find the victim, but instead found a long blood trail that took them into the South End.
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